|A message on a hat promoting rape|
We explored other stores and noticed that boy's and girl's stuff were usually separated, as we're women's and men' sections. It was so obvious in some places because there were signs supporting this gender segregation. This was seen more with boy's and girl's stuff than men's and women's. For example, the girl's sections had all of the flats and sandals, while the boy's sections had all of the work boots. Oddly enough this was a sports store.
There was objectification of women everywhere, such as the posters at Spencer's, the Anime/Manga image of girl's, and the image of women in video games. You could see on the cover of the video games that women do not have much clothing on, while the men have on armor or some attire of protection. I have played video games before, and women fight just as much as men in these games, so it is really odd that women wear less clothing.
I do not like shopping at shopping malls for long hours, but I was able to make this trip fun for myself. I have been trying to be less of a consumer as well, so I was careful of my purchases. I only bought souvenirs for my friends back home. After the mall, we went back to campus and I ate dinner with my friends. I am excited for tomorrow's activities which is the Zoo and Laser Tag.