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watch me, I'm a girl.

"watch me, I'm a girl" documents 'womanhood' pressures. The assumed subject is just as hypothesized as the behavior she regulates.

"Watch me, I'm a girl" documents pressures to be; thin, bridal, sexy, groomed, and hide the taboo subject of menstruation, as well as many others. Part of the Panopticon Effect is that we regulate our behavior to fit a mold.Many of these conventions are hypothesized and tested through the use of media so that we may reconfigure our bodies, emotions, hearts, and ideas to jump aboard the bandwagon at a fascinatingly large scale. 

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