But because the men in their lives have developed personalities make emotionally guarded, women want to have children to bond with. Thus, children 's psychological sexualisation endlessly reproduced. To develop the capacity to feed men, and break the cycle of sexual reproduction personality structures, psychoanalytic feminism recommend shared parenting after men learn to parent. Emotional and erotic power of women is released and made noticeable in cultural constructions of women, but they are separated from male dominated culture, which is still
Kate’s showing of interest in Petruchio is as if a girl would react to if any man flatters her or has the charisma to charm her. Taking into consideration that she felted inferior to Bianca because of the lack of suitors she had. She was willing to serve Petruchio after she had gone through Petruchio so-called taming of starvation and sleep depriving. “In token of which duty, if he please, my hand is ready, may it do him ease” reasoned that Kate is willing is lay down her personality, and handle of the role of being a wife for him because she worries and has developed an attachment to Petruchio (195). Petruchio may have the ambition to tame Kate, yet while spitting his will to starve her, his action is geared softer
A constant theme in what makes some women more valuable and a higher asset in the Waknuk society is her ability to be a mother. From Mrs. Wender’s disbelief as to how well she is treated by her husband given the fact her child is a deviant, to Aunt Harriet’s uncalled for suicide, to Sophie’s sterility causing the man she so dearly loved, to lust after Rosalind purely for the fact she could produce an offspring for him. Sophie explains her dilemma to David in her statement “…I’d have given him babies gladly, if I could” (167). Aunt Harriet reveals her struggles as she pleads her sister to let her swap children for a night to fool the inspector into providing her a certificate of normalcy. Her reasoning behind wanting to keep the child at all costs is profoundly heartbreaking.
Williams portrays Blanche as a female who has had to use her sexuality in order to survive. This is a result of the Southern education which prepared the young women for seducing men with the purpose of finding a husband. Therefore, when the financial support disappeared, women had to choose the way they wanted to continue living their life. Knowing to use only her sexuality, Blanche adopts promiscuity as a manner of gaining shelter but she is shortly renegaded by society and forced to leave Laurel.
Women of this time period were expected to be obedient and chaste within their marriage, but it appears as though Luciana has taken this expectation beyond its actual intent. She states that she remains unmarried “because of what happens in the marriage bed,” which serves as a direct reference to sex and as a metaphor for the other controversial aspects of marriage (2.1.27). Not only does she desire to remain a virgin after and during marriage, but she is also troubled by some of the problems associated with marriage, like adultery. Here, Shakespeare is alerting the audience to the fatal flaw of hypocrisy that exists within many of us. In our own lives, we are often too quick to judge others and tell them how they should live, despite our limited knowledge on the intricacies of their situation.
The Nurse claims that she should get married because “women grow by men” (1.4.101). What she means by this is that women get impregnated by men which means that the only purpose for women (at the time) was to hold the child and raise them, and the fact that the Nurse is agreeing to it shows that she fits into the gender role. This quote also can mean that women grow mentally and become better people when married to men, which also plays into the gender roles because it implies that women need men to become better
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Through the multiple drafts of Lady Gregory’s Grania, Lady Gregory develops the concept of the eponymous female character, Grania. In Lady Gregory’s earlier drafts, Grania is protrayed the conventional innocent female, who is dependent on males, and who wants to remain in a secure environment. However, Gregory began to focus on Grania 's “...precise recognition of the common root of jealousy and egotism that unites Finn and Diarmuid.” (Waters 14). Grania’s epiphany reflects Lady Gregory’s personal response against the cliches regarding femininity.
She then mentions how transgenders feel excluded due to the use of the words “women” and “vagina”, and how women are standing up for themselves and their body anatomy. She quotes how when actress Martha Plimpton was criticized for defending the word “vagina” Plimpton responded by saying, “given that without a vagina, there is no pregnancy or abortion?” (❡ 21). This is of
Another gender role women are subjected to is their reproductive responsibilities. The Director suggests that their always needs to be a safety plan when It comes to reproduction, as a result he states, “As many as thirty percent of female embryos are allowed to develop normally, the others get a dose of male sex-hormone every twenty-four meters for the rest of the course” (Huxley Page 12). The resulting effects cause those women (also known as freemartins) to have masculine features and are guaranteed to be
A modern example is when Bell references misogyny and says, “devastated and disappointed that their daughter had not become the woman they raised her to be: a good girl who would marry her first boyfriend” (25). Unlike Colonial America, today’s country involves a less rigid view on women, but nonetheless still includes misogynistic ideals that need to be removed from society. For example, instead of women being expected to marry their first boyfriend, they are expected to not have many sexual partners, but still have enough sexual experience. Women are allowed more sexual freedom, but are still restricted to an imaginary line drawn by men. This is a classic case of sexually objectifying women, and making them look like they are only here to please males.
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Studies, statistics, and reasons were given as support by the people who are for lessening the pay gap. Surveys and reasons were also used by those who believe male nurses should get paid more than their women counterparts. Even after about three decades, the debate of whether or not the pay gap between men and women in nursing should exist, is still ongoing. After hearing the argument from both sides of the debate, it is up to you to decide whether or not you think it is fair for male nurses to get paid more than female