Argumentative Gender Roles

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"It took me quite a long time to develop a voice, and now that I have it, I am not going to be silent." The above quote said by the feminist, Madeleine Albright clearly indicates that being a women, you are not heard as much. And once you are heard it is important for people to understand where they are coming from. This is because women are targeted for abuse and always tend to deal the dominance of men. They believe they are superior just because they suppose they are more stronger and smarter than women. Gender roles play a really big role from the past to possibly now. That is to say, women should be equal to men because regardless of gender and sexuality, they are still human beings with feelings. That does not give the right to men to treat them however they want, or even lay a finger on them just because they can. All these mistreatments can lead to a woman feeling lost about herself or even being depressed because they are feeling such way. All these events that build up throughout the past have caused women to have agency and let their voices be heard through protest.…show more content…
The play the Vagina Monologue by Eve Ensler and the poem ¨For Men Who Still Don 't Get It¨ by Carol Diehl show that women are shown to be inferior in a male dominant society, despite this portrayal women begin to show agency in order to indicate that women should not be treated any less than men

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