The two websites I looked at were “BitchMedia” and “Autostraddle”. The first article I read was on “BitchMedia” and is called Black Venus Rising. In the article the author dissects the meaning behind every detail in the revealing of Beyoncé’s pregnancy with twins. Since Beyoncé is a very powerful popular Black artist I think the perfect audience for this article would include people of many ages that cherish self-image and feel as though they have some type of power and success. This article points out many things, for one, the fact that the announcement came out on the first day of black history month, among many others. On “Autostraddle” I looked at an article called “Valentine’s Day Cards For Queer Women”. Obviously from the title you can assume the audience intended to view this would be queer women. The article poked fun at queer jokes in a light hearted comical way. In no way making fun of any queer woman but as a straight woman I still felt comfortable and could chuckle along as I read the cards. The two articles I read were very different from one another. The article about Beyoncé was a serious topic and was analytical and can be viewed and provide previously unknown information to a variety of people as the audience. However, the article about Valentine’s Day cards was clearly intended for queer women. Personally, I enjoyed the article about the cards better. Although I do love Beyoncé and am so excited for her to be pregnant, I personally did not put any thought into her motives and intentions pertaining the way and time she announced her pregnancy. Until, of course, I read this article.