The girls in the videos provide pleasure to many viewers, but this is becoming a worry and that people everywhere will just thing of women as play toys. It is proven that these sorts of images are not unfamiliar in the presence of hip hop. Girls are represented like this everywhere you go and are shown in any and everything wether it be a film, an advert or a tv programme. But, in music videos the only thing on display are women in the form of a barely clothed dancer.
Another example of this is "Blurred lines", by Robin Thicke, in this video the girls are walking around the men with little to no clothes. The men / singers are standing still, while the female dancers are prancing around trying to get recognition for their looks. In conclusion i personally believe that the girls are only thought of props and toys because of the way they act in music videos, films, tv. They don't try and disprove people who think of them this way but they still wear limited clothes and moan when they are thought of as items in the possession of men.
What you have here is very good and you have responded well to the question. You have used examples solidly.
T: Try to use more examples and key terminology (see VCOP Blog). Pick out all of the technical aspects (Mise-en-scene, editing, lyrics etc) and how they help you come to your conclusions.