She fought for her life while remaining the loving wife. She maintained her supportive roll as a wife, she never once turned on Othello and although she argued for her life she did it in a dignified way. Irene upholds a sense of strength as she refutes Othello’s accusations. She even attempts to put up a fight when he tries to suffocate her. I did not agree with this action, but it did further the idea that Irene wanted Desdemona to be seen as a strong character and not just a clueless young
Fifth, we can eliminate the comparison and competition we have with one another to “look the best” and “be the sexier women.” Lastly, and this goes to all women, we must learn to have respect in ourselves and look after ourselves and one another to be beautiful individuals in our own, unique way (Ramsey). “Society indirectly limits many individuals freedom to enjoy life by promoting physical expectations they fail to meet” (Solomon, et al). But we can terminate this expectation, so that no woman would ever have to second guess her body
In How it feels to be colored me Zora is telling the reader about herself and basically giving us information on how she didn’t let stereotype defy who she was. Zora is represented as a strong woman in the narrative as for she doesn’t let the little judgments or labels classify who she is. Zora knows her own self-worth but also knows that she can become greater. In the narrative Zora showcases that music isn’t something that calms her down but it is something that unleashes her inner being as for a burst of inner passion flows from her body into rhythmic dance moves and tapings. Once seeing how the music that transforms her soul doesn’t really have any effect on her white friend she realizes how different she is from them.
This song relates to transcendentalism because the singer, Colbie Caillat is singing about how women do not have to change so much to meet society standards of beauty. According to transcendentalism, society should not have an effect on one’s morals. The message in this song is about self-love. Being yourself is the most important thing and do not change for
After reading the story, “Time of Proving,” by Tamora Pierce, Arimu shows integrity by doing what she believes in, even if what she does is against the laws and ways of her people. Others may say that until the end, Arimu didn’t cared about Sunflower, the bull man, but she only did what she did for the sake of proving that she is a leader. However, I do think that Arimu’s integrity does show throughout the story, but it shows even more when she has a hard decision to make. The story is about a girl, Arimu, who goes out to explore, so that she prove herself a leader to her people, if she wishes to someday lead her people. Around when Arimu was already through half of her Year of Proving, Arimu accounters a wounded Bull Man, named Sunflower.
Gilda is caught up in a love triangle between her husband and his employer. The film focuses on the weakness of males, which is money and women. The appearance of the Femme fatale is very important because with her beauty she is able to seduce her way into a man’s life. As mentioned by Winfried Fluck, "The power (and hold) of the femme fatale over the main character derives from the fact that she is an imaginary construct, so that an important part of the suspense derives from the question whether and how the main character will be able to liberate himself from the hold of his own imaginary" which means the woman are seen as an object that can destroy a man 's life because they hold all the power within their hand, they 're able to seduce him. Even though I do not think Gilda manipulates the men to get what’s she wants but rather she is has a lost soul, who pushes everyone out of her life because she does not know what she exactly wants.
By going against these expectations of her time, Kahlo established herself as a unique character. One last piece of evidence for Kahlo’s feminism was her signature mono brow. It was not the mono brow itself; however, her feminism came from what it stood for. She wore on purpose to go against the common social behavior of her time. Admirably, she did not shy away from being bold in her feminist like actions.
Regarding this, there were two different opinions: first, some nurses insisted that they do not need any encouragement from others because they thought the MER is an integral part of their responsibility; on the contrary, other nurses welcomed the encouragement by other health practitioners such as a doctor, matron, or even their colleagues. “There is no need to encourage us because this is our duity” (12) “The sister in charge encouraged me to report.”(N9) “Actually, among us, we as nurses encourage each other to report errors; also the sister in charge encourages us to do that” (N8) Few nurses highlighted the incentives as an effective way to encourage nurses to be more meticulous to report MEs. “Giving monetary rewards to the nurses.”(N3) The confidentiality of the reporting form is an important factor, some of them preferred to fill anonymously to avoid the embarrassment and being reprimanded by the authorities. “I prefer to fill the form with no names and it is better not to include names.” (N2) “I think as long as they can ensure the confidentiality of the person who reported, we will feel safe”(N9)