I believed that in our entire life, we definitely have some people who influence us more or less. There is only one of them who have the most impact to change our life and mindset. The person who has influenced my life the most was a gread women who are kind-hearted personality, she is Mother Teresa (real name: Agnes Gnoxha). The first thing that people usually pops into their mind was ‘an elderly nun that helped the poor.’ Although this good woman has none relevant with me but the way she treats others made me respect her from the head to toe. She started her good deed in year 1946, Mother Teresa experienced what she described as a "call within a call", or inspiration, to leave the Loreto convent and devote herself to caring for the sick and poor.
Though women are the ones that suffer from gender equality, we are not only talking about women, as it gives both gender benefits. Men will not be pressured anymore to be the strongest nor the only one who make a living. Based on the data given, The Universal Declaration of
feminist utpia For a perfect feminist utopia to exist there would have to be many changes to the current world we all live in at the moment.There are three theroies of equality which are important beacuuse they show how a women are treated and what could be done to be treated more equal. The theroies of eniqulity would include econmic iniqualty, house work and child care and, sexual vilence. In my opionion none of these theris have any cons attached to them. Women should be equals in every way that men are equal and there should not be anything wrong with helping socioty become a feminist utopia to help women. Many women in the working world are not paid in the same amount as their male counterpart.
They were able to vote and hold office, they had rights to own her own business and earning. They simply could prevail if she no longer wanted to be married and she had a child she could fight for custody and have a chance to win. And they had finally been able to get a higher education. Now as for as how society felt about these rights that were granted to women, they felt like it wasn’t needed. Women are to this day fighting for these rights that they have
Woman is more fitted than man to make exploration and take bolder action in nonviolence... There is no occasion for women to consider themselves subordinate or inferior to men....Woman is the companion of man, gifted with equal mental capacity....If by development is meant moral power, then woman is immeasurably man 's superior....If nonviolence is the law of our being, the future is with women... M.K. Gandhi The status of women in India has been subject to many great changes over the past few millennia. From equal status with men in ancient time
Such abuses and violations of human rights not only impose a threat to the existence and status of women in the society but also tear apart the entire society. But now there is a growing concern for the women and to protect the women against such violence across the world. Thus the international community has come forward with comprehensive legislation for effective response to violence against women. Various countries of the world have obligations under the International Law to enact, implement and enforce various legislations which address all kinds of violence against women.In the society, women are subject to protection and dependence on their father in their childhood, after marriage on their husband and in old age on their sons. The patriarchal system of the society has given men to exercise unlimited power on women in the society.18 hence, in order to protect the women from violence and ensure the fundamental human rights and specific rights of women, various legislations have been enforced at the international level as well as at the domestic level.
According to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, attainment of majority and free consent is regarded as a condition for the marriage. There is no provision in the declaration, which requires a woman to change her nationality according to that of her husband. The right to work and equal pay for equal work without discrimination .85 to sex is recognised as an inalienable right of all human beings. The right to equal pay for equal work without discrimination as to sex implies the right of man and woman, the same right of employment, equal treatment in respect of work of equal value, as well as equality of treatment in the evaluation and quality of work. There shall not be any restriction on the basis of sex, especially in marriage or maternity.
He believed in the convergence of all cultures of the world to create a new culture. His identity convergence of two cultures is shown in his poem “Another Sunday Morning”. Women Poets The contribution of women in the nationalist movement was disregarded and they were glorified as saintly and of maternal nature. They were represented through the mythological and Christian images. There was no change in their position in the society even in the Irish Free State because a family was considered as national subject and man was given recognition as citizen outside his home but women lost recognition outside their homes.
Feminist strive for equality amongst genders and have done so over the last hundreds of years. They wish to be empowered and not be seen as subordinate to men. Marketers have understood this and altered their content to support feminist’s wishes. The empowerment of women n advertising is a growing trend in recent years. In today’s world where women through the majority of eyes are seen equal, there isn’t much they can seek that gives them a great sense of empowerment.
The potpourri of the literary selections clustered herein categorically unfolds and lays emphasis on the The Filipino Literatures of Gender and Sexuality across time and place accentuating the varied roles of men, women and the members of LGBT community within the context of Philippine society. The onset of its chapter has to do with the theme, “Shaping the Image of the Filipino Woman”, which showcases multivalent images and representations of the Filipino women. The chapter’s anthological foreword and focal point delineates how women are viewed in the Philippine setting like their various roles and dominant disposition that distinguish themselves from the opposite sex. To rationalize its subtle aspects, “Montage” by Ophelia Dimalanta epitomizes