I've seen so many people saying "Beyonce is spreading a bad message for girls. Her videos are sexist." I can see how they would think that, but Beyonce choosing to dress the way she wants is not sexist. Wanting to wear revealing clothing is different than degrading women and saying all they are is sex-toys. Saying that she's sexist for not covering up is actually sexist because 1) You are telling a woman what she should wear and 2) You are saying that because she isn't dressed like a nun, she is being sexual. Dressing the way you choose isn't "degrading women" or making you a sex-toy. Showing skin does not mean you are sex-toy. I understand if you don't want your children to see her music videos because she and her back up dancers do wear provocative clothing. But she is actually spreading this message: This is my body, I make my own decisions, I am not ashamed to be black, I think I am beautiful no matter what anyone says, and I am confident with my body. This is an important message for girls to hear, especially when they are dealing with body-image. It is very empowering. “Feministic power can be accomplished in a classy, moral way without demeaning others.” –Reviewer 1) Beyonce is not demeaning anyone. 2) Again with telling women they can’t show skin. They have to be classy and they have to cover up their shoulders in order to be respected. Beyonce’s whole message is being demeaned because she wears provocative clothing and is not ashamed of her sexuality. What’s really sexist is shaming women for their sexuality. Feminism power can be accomplished by not telling women what to do with their bodies. If you don't like Beyonce or you don't like provocative clothing, don't listen to or watch her music videos. But don't say that she's sexist for showing skin.