Fewer than one out of three (28%) of the speaking characters (both real and animated) are female.
More than four out of five (83%) of the films’ narrators are male.
85.5% of the characters in G-rated films are white, 4.8% are black, and 9.7% are from “other” ethnicities.
Study 2: G-, PG-, PG-13, R-Rated Prevalence and Portrayal, 1990-2006
73% of the characters are male. This translates into a ratio of 2.71 males to every 1 female.
Females were over five times as likely as males to be shown in sexually revealing clothing, which was defined as attire that enhances, exaggerates, or calls attention to any part of the body from neck to knees.
Females were nearly three times as likely as males (10.6% vs. 3.4%) to be shown with a thin figure.
Style of presentation affects how females are featured in G-rated films. Animated females are more likely to be shown in a thin and sexy light than are live action females.
For some reason i just woke up in a hot sweat next to two of my close friends Milo and Alex and just had a million thoughts rush into my head. so in attempt to be able to sleep, i’m going to do something i never do…i’m about to be completely open to the world about my life. might possibly just…
but if I go to bed before then I just lay there and stare at the ceiling while all these crazy thoughts bounce around in my head
Dude me too. If it wasn’t for a final tomorrow, I wouldn’t even try to sleep. When all my final papers were do, I didn’t sleep for three days.
good luck on your final and I hope you eventually get some sleep… that’s what makes you a better person than me… I just finished high school and got a job.. I didn’t even try going to college even though I’d like to… I just know the lack of sleep would kick my ass
It doesn’t help that is for sure. Thanks for the luck I’ll need it. It doesn’t hurt being double major in two super laid back majors tho. English art for the win