“Damn her, lewd minx! Oh, damn her, damn her! Come, go with me apart. I will withdraw to furnish me with some swift means of death for the fair devil. Now art thou my lieutenant.” (3.3.482-485)
The topic of gender is very present in both Shakespeare's Othello, and in modern-day. Angered and in the midst of feeling betrayal, Othello expresses his resentment toward Desdemona in a conversation with Iago. In the first frame, Othello is referring to his wife as a whore and accusing her of cheating on him unjustly. The third frame is an example of this instance might be portrayed in modern-day: Just because his girlfriend likes someone else's Facebook profile, it doesn't mean she's cheating on him!!! The two frames demonstrate how men can often jump to conclusions a little too quickly at times. Many, making accusations against women impulsively without thought-out clear evidence and fair judgment.
$% her that little $%! She liked Ethan's profile on facebook so she's definitely cheating on me! What a whore! Why the $% am I even with her!?"