Gender Roles In The Women's Suffrage Movement

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While analyzing the first visual argument, I was quick to notice the underlying truth. In the comic, there are two women, each of a different culture; American and Muslim. In each society, gender roles are extremely evident. In America, women are held to a stereotypical image, that is to say; “Barbie-like”. While in the Muslim culture, women are expected to be modest and show nothing but their eyes. However, in both circumstances, women are expected to uphold a certain image, in which is defined by who? Males. In America, women fought for equal rights during the Women’s Suffrage Movement, which first began in 1848, it wasn’t until 1920 that women got what they were longing for. Throughout history, women have fought their way through social
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