1 Introduction 1.1 Pelvic floor dysfunction is a problem Pelvic floor dysfunction is a substantial cause of suffering among women of all age group. It is largely ignored due to lack of awareness and hidden due to cultural background. Globally, it affects at least one third of women (Scherf et al, 2002). The women usually do not vocalize their symptoms especially if it is related to their reproductive function. Many women are too embarrassed to talk about it, some believe it to be untreatable and many women think that it is a natural process of ageing.
Among women, widows are the doubly oppressed as they become the prey of patriarchy as well as of religion. Widows are forced to live in a socially ostracized, economically dependent life. The paper attempts to discuss the position of widows as subaltern in the society. Key Words:women, widow, subaltern, patriarchy, economic crisis. A widow is taunted as ‘man-eater’ or ‘husband-eater’ and it is really very difficult for her to survive in a patriarchal society.
In the 19th century, there is no much rights for women, women have to respect their husband and family. There is no much opportunity for women, so they don’t have any choice for their own life, career and freedom. That why the family is anything for women. That why when Mrs.Mallard heard the death of her husband, the world was break by prices for her. For instance, the author uses “she did not hear the story as many women have heard the same, with paralyzed inability to accept its significance.
Imagine if you were old enough to vote but still had the education levels of American kindergartner. For the women of Sudan and South Sudan this is a reality. The women are forced to play 1950’s housewife while the men develop their minds and command the household. Due to the lack of resources and the number of economical problems in Sudan and South Sudan, the women in these countries are unable to receive education and improve the lives of the future generations. Sudan has been a source of conflict and violence in an already unstable area of the world since the twentieth century.
Many Indian people are struggling to survive because they only get a meal per day or they don’t get it at all. They don’t have the money to get food or anything that could help them survive without having the experience to starve to death and shelter that could keep them safe and secure from the cold and hot weather. The UNICEF said that ‘’22000 kids die because their parents can not afford food for them to eat and keep themselves alive “. Poverty is a deadly issue because it kills thousands of people each day. Poverty occurs because people with
Professions for Women Analysis In Virginia Woolf’s “Profession for Women,” she emphasizes the difficulties women have in the workplace and in daily life in the Victorian Age in which she also grew up in. Growing up Woolf was not given a fair opportunity with her education. While her brothers were sent away to school, she was privately tutored in the comfort of her home. “She later resented the degradation of women in patriarchal society” (Svendson 1); since then, equality between men and women has long been debated. From the convention in Seneca Falls, New York, to the “Take Back the Night” marches across America, this topic is controversial.
A Woman Lost in a Patriarchal Society Feminism and gender differences contribute a major role in the works of authors from the 18th and 19th century. During that point in history, women were essentially treated as second-class citizens without the ability to do anything less they faced judgment and ostracization from members of society. Women were not allowed to vote, own property nor be accepted into prominent leading positions. Instead, many were required to stay in the home and care for the family which mainly included the well being of their husband. Women lacked the freedom and independence they not only wanted but needed due to a society run patriarchal views that hindered the growth of women.
Even when there is prostitution portrayed, it's a very passionate and steamy sex scene that is enjoyed by the audience. But in real life situations prostitution is demeaning to all women. When someone thinks about prostitutes, it is not considered that the issue involves both sex’s. In reality is it immediately the thought of women selling their bodies, even though male prostitution does exist; and is something that happens quite frequently. From other point of views, this profession deprives women of their rights as human beings.
and still 2,000 years later in that patriarchal society, women were isolated in their homes and forced to do housework and take care of the children while their spouse was able to go out, get a job, and have whatever freedom he wanted. Women were unable to make money of their own and depended on their husband to make the money for their family. They faced many hardships. Women were held to higher standards than men and faced many more severe punishments for defying the rules of society. Many people misinterpret the true meaning of this complex term and assume that this is the case for Ibsen’s play.
About half of the women can not read because it was not seen as important to give them the same education. Even if a wife is still allowed to work she is paid 30% less for the same work as her counterpart male. Girls are married off at a young age in political marriage or for money. Because sons are more popular and daughters are killed, the female population is decreasing at an alarming rate this caused a rise in female abductions, trafficking, forced marriage and violence against