Gender Roles In The Vagina Monologues

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Women still today have to deal with unfair treatment, and powerless rights as in back in the day. Instead of being mistreated unfairly women should be treated with respect, especially for being those who can give life to another human being. Women are looked down for rather to being looked up to. In the play “The Vagina Monologue” by Eve Ensler who shares various monologues of women who have dealt with feminine experiences. and the poem “For The Men Who Still Don't Get It” by Carol Diehl male dominance in society have standards to how a women should be represented but man do not accept the fact that women are as much the same as men. The gender roles both played on these works lead to the unfair mistreatment women have to go through, and how gender roles in societies are to set norms on to the types…show more content…
Gender roles with man and women are viewed to be so different when in reality both are close to being equally the same. In the play “For The Men Who Still Don't Get It” Diehl, not only express how she feels about male dominance playing a huge role in society but the feelings a woman experiences due to men's actions and beliefs. When Diehl says “What if to many of your friends had been raped by women wielding giant dildos and no K-Y jelly¨. Only shows the control over women's body and changed gender roles with a men to a women to what a women would do if they were men. In The Vagina Monologues, Eve Ensler has a similar saying to Diehl. When Ensler interviews women who volunteer to share their story she makes sure to get the pain women had to go through due to the control men had over them completely and they could not do anything about it. ¨Fifty Japanese soldiers a day sometimes there would be a ship of them, strange barbaric things do it when we bleed do it young before we started bleeding” She hyperbole says it would be a whole ship of them, hyperbole because it would not really to be a whole ship of men but it would be a whole
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