Chilling worth. She commits adultery with Mr. Dimmesdale who is the minister of the Puritan community. She accepts her mistake and she is publicly shamed in front of all the community for committing the crime. People standing in front of the scaffold passes hateful comments to her because they think she has committed a serious crime and she just stands on the scaffold carrying her daughter which is the result of her adulterous behavior listening to the negative comments passed on her. Hester Prynne is also made to wear the Scarlet letter ‘A’ on her chest which reminds her and the people of the Puritan society about the sin she committed.
Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak out; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen (Sir Winston Churchill). Sexual Harassment is considered a form of sexual discrimination by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and refers to the behavior that includes unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct. Defining sexual harassment is one of the law’s newest frontiers. Most people understand when a supervisor demands that a woman sleep with him to keep her job he’s steeped over the line. Sexual harassment is a common problem in America that causes a hostile work environment, perpetuates inequality, and changes many lives forever.
Men's obsession with violence against women is an often theme in literary texts, especially the ones written by female writers. The state where women are obliged to be silent, or they will be oppressed in their societies is explored deeply in lots of stories. For example, in ''Rape Fantasies'' where each woman illustrates her own fantasy and illusion if she experiences rape once, Margaret Atwood reflects a general view of how women react towards such cruel act of men. Although most women express different reactions, such as Estelle, who shows a passive reaction by sympathizing the rapist and feeling guilty towards him; and Darlene, who explains her disgust about the subject; Sondra chooses to be silent. Sondra's silence during the conversation
In this Ted Talk, Robbins explains how he thinks people’s emotions are the true force behind their actions and, ultimately, their success. Everyone has their own particular goals and desires. It 's the emotion behind that goal or idea that gets people to act on it. By providing examples and step-by-step processes, Robbins walks the audience through his research of how emotions drive people to shaoe themselves and the world around them. People face obstacles in their lives everyday.
“It’s his voice. I recognized it as soon as he came in here last night. The way he laughs. Certain phrases he uses.” said Paulina Salas. Isn’t it true that Paulina Salas has every right to take justice into her own hands and punish Robert Miranda for the horrendous crime of rape he has committed to several women in horrific fascist torture chambers?
It is commonly known in history that ladies are used as a “stress reliever” for males by engaging in a sexual activity. Soldiers at that time saw powerless civilians as a “fruit” that is ripe to be plucked, therefore causing rape to occur. Of course, if people outside Vietnam knew what happened on the battlefield, only an insane person would approve their wrongdoings, and the soldiers would be punished too. Therefore, Captain Medina have already devised a plan in which case if someone asked what happened on the battlefield. When the author of My Lai interviewed Herbert L. Carter (My Lai, Herbert L. Carter, Testimony to peers commision, p.125) the soldiers admitted that whenever they are asked about the past events, he would say a lie that a Sniper shot a round to them, prompting to necessary violence to
Literacy gained from reading provides people with skills they can use in their social lives. Literacy and reading are very helpful for communication, and part of communication is the ability to express one 's feelings. Through reading, comes empathy and compassion. A reader submerged into the mind of the main characters in a story can discover why and how they act and do the things they do. In a way, readers are broadening their experiences by living vicariously through the characters, this teaches the reader to have multiple perspectives while reading and in reality.
Women and girls are killed for a variety of behaviors, which may include talking with unrelated male, or sexual relations outside marriage. A report of a man who killed his wife on the basis of a dream he had about her committing adultery. Women have been killed for seemingly disrespecting their husbands. In one case, a woman was beaten to death for not performing her household duties quickly enough. When they attempt to seek help from law enforcement, they may be disbelieved or they may be discredited by officials who support the prevailing cultural expectations for women.
Critical Analysis of Editorial: Why are some men so angry? Valenti. J. 2014 Valenti’s main argument is that men express their anger in a much more violent way than women, and that this violence is directed at women because men feel threatened by feminist movements or because it is ingrown in them by misogyny in today’s society or because they feel entitled and possessive of women. Therefore, the solution to this male violence problem is to stop seeing them as women’s issues and focus on men and male behaviour, with their violence and ‘propensity to protect their own’: focus on the causes not just the effects, in order to protect women and let them feel safe.
But after the Mujahedeen took over, women were treated horribly especially by their husbands and were sometimes the punching bags if something wrong happened. The novel does a great job on letting the readers know why women were always blamed and/or beaten, what happens after the men blame the women for something and shows examples of little things that a woman has done or does that trigger the men to become angry or upset. If you dig deep