Benjamin Rush anticipates some benefits for society and the family from extending education opportunities to women. In the eighteenth century, he emphasized that it was very important to educate and train women because it would expand the property and liberty of American society. Well-read women would influence the morals and manners of the country. As Rush supposed, it was essential that knowledgeable and skilled young women would prevent the American society to collapse as the British society. The effective and appropriate education would enhance English language skills for women, so they could teach their children and use it to converse with everyone.
Women should have the rights to educate themselves or have importance in a political view. Mary Wollstonecraft wanted to empower female equality during the seventeenth century because she was driven by independence and knowledge. Mary Wollstonecraft explained well that youth and beauty does not last a lifetime; furthermore, Wollstonecraft wanted women to drive women to go to school to have more knowledge than to be narrow minded. Mary Wollstonecraft’s intellect was a prime example of independence and knowledge that should inspire any woman to pursue higher standards and to help rather than depend on their husbands. Today unfortunately there are still women depending on their husbands to provide them with all the source of income and
McCormick writes to young western girls because they are the next generation women that both care and can make a difference. This generation can find unity in each other by recognizing our different but similar adversities, and helping one another reach a better world. Unlike some women in the past, we can use each other to build on our accomplishments cumulatively instead of tearing others down to benefit personally. In such a patriarchal world, women definitely need to work harder to attain their goals; although, to climb the ladder of power, some ladies step on their fellow female peers on the way up, and justify this by the male’s dominant role in
A professor that is a woman is indeed professional about her job so students need to understand that being a professor is the only thing they are to them. In this article Hay expresses her feelings about the problem with students assuming that their female professors will either want to sleep with them or will treat to their every need like their mother would. The way Hay addresses this problem wanted to hopefully aware people that this is happening and that other people will help her end professor misconception. Hay tries to pinpoint down that only women have the troubles of being thought of as a sexual conquest. She emphasizes her side of the argument by saying,
In the beginning of the book Manju wants to make her mom mad, like most teenagers across the world. She wants to prove her mother wrong and do everything her way. She aspires to be the best person possible, someone who is a role model for many in her slum, but it’s too hard. Jobs that are for good people don’t pay much in Mumbai. She finally must accept working for and with her mother, something younger Manju would hate.
The reading enhances the future experience of various societies. The transforming of the society shortly will be in line with the embracing gender equality; this will, therefore, brings a greater impact on the societal development. This is because each and every individual would be speaking with one voice that brings unity to the entire society. This eventually will lead to increased scope of sociology since it would entail the wider study of the experiences of women in the society. The women would have a chance to stand up and address their issues without any difficulties and also become leaders.
For example, Taylor Swift and Hillary Clinton both being apart of the Girl Scouts and growing up to me famous while having a huge impact on the world. These are two examples out of the many that should promote the support of the Girl Scouts organization. In addition to reason one, the Girl Scouts should also be supported because of the time and dedication they have in helping innocent and helpless girls in become strong,
They were written to prepare them to be better mothers and housewives. When women in Iran do get the opportunity to attend school, what they can study is limited. An example of this is “Women can also be banned from learning certain subjects at universities, such as engineering and technology” (Shirnapour). Every image in the book showed a girl wearing the hijab, a requirement women must follow. Women in Iran should not be limited to what they can study at a university.
Women have overcome this stereotype by working more hours and therefore being able to receive promotions. Today many new gender stereotypes are taught by parents and grandparents to children. Video games are new and have a masculine stereotype. This stereotype comes from parents telling their daughters that they should not play video games since its not for their gender. Culture plays an important role in shaping gender stereotypes.
Not only can removing the gender factor reduce the number of barriers associated with females, but it can show that a company is willing to give every employee an equal chance which can lead to attracting newer potential experienced employees of both genders. Ultimately, gender equality can boost a company’s overall economic