Most were stay-at-home mothers because men did not find them suitable for most jobs the men accommodated, and society discouraged them from even getting a real education. Instead, they were expected to clean the house, care for the children, Women were taught to take whatever they get, whether it be physical abuse from their husbands or sexual assault
Throughout the story Ántonia Shimerda definitely experienced her fair share of challenges; particularly when her father passed away. Lena Lingard was known as the troublemaker growing up. No one around her expected her to make anything of herself. With this mindset how is any child supposed to think that
They learned about how to be good mothers and wives instead of learning skills for jobs, which completely restricted them from outside job opportunities. Women have always struggled with equality throughout our global history, and the Han Dynasty is a great example of this
In the 1920’s women went through a lot of changes that made them a free spirit, changes that made them what they are now and having the liberty of being independent. After the Civil War, women were willing to gain the same rights and opportunities as men. The war gave women the chance to be independent, to live for themselves. Women’s anger, passion, and voice to protest about what they were feeling was the reason of making the ratification of the 19th amendment, which consisted of giving women the right to vote. One of the largest advancement of that era was the women’s movement for the suffrage, which gave them the reason to start earning
In the renaissance period, the status and the presentation of women was oppressive and restrictive. Women were allowed to enjoy very few economic and political rights and acted submissively in front of their fathers and husbands. They were forced to remain in the domestic part of their society. Their roles as daughters, mothers and wives were considered significant in the renaissance age. Their reproductive capabilities was extremely important for inheritances and for maintaining the family line.
Elizabeth had many small milestones leading up to her major goal. She achieved each and every one of them which is what made her such an important leading figure in the history of women 's rights. I think that women today have the ability to be exactly who or what they want to be thanks to Elizabeth. According to most people during Elizabeth’s lifetime, not much was really expected from women, and many of them were content with those thoughts. Elizabeth (not working alone) was a huge part of what
These women have done so much for women by inspiring them to that their efforts to get women’s rights have for the most part succeeded. Today, all women in America have equals rights. But there still remains a couple problems. One issue that has popped up over the last few years was equal pay. Even though this movement was only partially successful, it still had a significant impact on women in the United States of
Stanton began the fight for women’s rights, and we have come such a long way since then. Even though there are problems that continue to arise for women, there has been significant improvement in all areas, and women continue to keep fighting for equality. Women went from having no rights, to being able to vote, go to school, get a job, own a house, support herself, and so much more that not long ago, women were unable to do. Although issues still need to continue being addressed, Stanton would be surprised at how far women have come since she first addressed the issue. She would want them to continue fighting for equality and would be proud that what she did had an impact, and changed the lives of women forever.
Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s contribution to this cause was monumental to the start of this movement. They, along with plenty of other women and rights activists, fought for equality for women in society. Not having the right to vote made women feel as if their opinions and political views were trivial and not equal to those of men. However, men felt as if women were too emotional, less educated, and were unable to evaluate political issues that did not pertain to a group consisting of mostly stay at home mothers. Obviously, as history has now demonstrated, exactly the opposite is true.
After marriage, women did not have the right to own their own property, keep their own wages, or sign a contract. In addition, all women were denied the right to vote. “The cult of true womanhood ideology extended middle-class ideals far beyond the middle class and affected marriage, female education, and employment choices, as well as strategies for obtaining women’s rights…”(WOMEN). American women of the late 1800’s struggled with no rights in the government, considered inferior, and married women had no separate identity from her husband. One reason American women were treated poorly is because of their rights in the American government.