On Misunderstanding of Female Body Writing in China Popular Culture

Feminist theory suggests that the female body is a physical difference between the concentrated expression of place and identity, the body of feminist writing is intended to reflect the female experience and the true intent of the conflict in the mainstream of physical survival of a state of tension. The rise in the 1990s China's female body art inherited the Chinese female body art history will be female body objectification of discourse structure, and import modern body writing the traditional liberation discourse, and thus with the male-centered discourse "conspiracy", the female female body Further objects, it will be classified as feminist writing is a misreading of the body, feminist writing should firmly grasp the female body really experience the basic elements of the party in order to achieve a true expression of women and female voice. Feminist body theorists have regarded female body as the symbol of representations of difference and identity. "Writing on the Female Body" explores the tensions between women's lived bodily experiences and the cultural meanings inscribed on the female body. China's contemporary body writings turn the female body to object in a further way in which they follow the old Chinese way of female body writing, and inflow into the modem body writing tradition. These kinds of writings must be a mistaken way of Female "writing on the body" in which women's lived bodily experiences have been given greatest attention
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