In relation to abuse, in health and social care people tends to abuse individuals by doing it physically and this involves slapping, pinching and punching. However, in the health and social care sectors, individuals have no rights to put on such behaviours because it can cause serious harm on an individual 's. Also in terms of abuse, abuse can be done sexual and this involves doing unwanted sex with a child or an adult. So for example, in a school where a male teacher is teaching a female child and he want to have sex with the child and the child refuses. However, if he went on to do it forceful this can be refers to sexual abuse because the child is not in support of it.
Strong Born in San Francisco, Jana Harris is the author of “Don’t Cheapen Yourself”, a poem empowering woman. This poem was created at a time when women were fighting for equal rights. In the poem the subject, who appears to be a young woman, is confronted by her mother who calls her “sleazy” (line1). This would suggest her mother does not agree with the selections of clothing of her daughter, since she is accustomed to more conservative ways for a woman to dress and present herself in public. In response to her mother’s harsh words, the subject simply replies, “I was not allowed to do high school cheap and now I’m doin cheap” (19.4).
The Puritains would loathe the book Fat Angie because of the way the characters are dressing. First of all, Angie is being bullied for wearing tight clothes. Since she’s fat, she’s not allowed to wear clothes that make her confidents. But the shirt she’s wearing is from her sister that’s been
For example, sweatpants are not against dress code but they don’t show professionalism. They are also just students and should be able to live the child life as long as they can. These reasons are why dress codes should be banned. There should be no school dress code because it limits the freedom of expression, targets girls, and they are hard to enforce. Girls should not have to follow extra rules because boys can't control themselves around girls.
This example of Oliver’s school forbidding him to use the restroom that is congruent with the gender that he identifies as is another demonstration of oppression for it accepts the majority party’s ability to impose standards on the LGBTQ community. Since the LGBTQ community has less possession of economic, social, and political power, they are habitually oppressed and
People have no respect for what others believe in, they believe that they have the only correct answers. When a society or culture cannot agree there will always be conflict. Going about things differently can change people’s views on other cultures. When a culture stresses on male domination, they could really just be trying to treat women with respect, not trying to offend them. One’s age can severely hurt a relationship between two people as well.
Many women athletes drop out of sport rather than continue being subjected to the constant harassment and abuse. They endure the sexual attention of their male coaches or peers because of fear, desire for athletic reward, low self-esteem and ignorance of who to turn to for help. Typically, abused athletes keep quiet because they fear that they will be accused of consenting or just make up a story. Recent studies by Women Sport International indicate that sexual harassment and abuse is just as much a problem in sport as it is elsewhere in society. Many sports organisations do not have adequate mechanisms in place to help protect frightened athletes and to exclude harassers and abusers.
The media portrays these unrealistic standards to men and women of how women should look, which suggests that their natural face is not good enough. Unrealistic standards for beauty created by the media is detrimental to girls’ self-esteem because it makes women feel constant external pressure to achieve the “ideal look”, which indicates that their natural appearance is inadequate. There has been an increasing number of women that are dissatisfied with themselves due to constant external pressure to look perfect. YWCA’s “Beauty at Any Cost” discusses this in their article saying that, “The pressure to achieve unrealistic physical beauty is an undercurrent in the lives of virtually all women in the United States, and its steady drumbeat is wreaking havoc on women in ways that far exceed the bounds of their physical selves” (YWCA). Being surrounded by society’s definitions of beauty has definitely taken a toll on American women’s confidence.
Women were not allowed to vote and divorce if they were allowed they would carry a heavy social shame and it was only available when both partners agreed. Injustice violence and inequality becomes the law. Women are not treated equally. Men treat women like trash or just like a doll or a servant. Men think that women are useful only to bear children, cook and clean.
As a result of a lack proper education, women are misinformed about the changes their body is going through, adapting a negative self-image. In parts of India, the onset of menses is referred to as “menstrual pollution,” which is a concept that further encourages a sense of embarrassment in women (Dube, 1988). The negative mindset is only perpetuated and historical views persist throughout modern day when such ideas are not terminated. Research discussed in “Menstruation and Body Awareness” elaborates that a lack of education coupled with a prevalent taboo has made it nearly impossible for adolescent girls to become aware of the biological processes taking place in their bodies, allowing many myths to be spread. In a case study done in Pune, India, women were encouraged to ask questions that they had about the process of menstruation.