The gender role in military as women categorized and stereotyped by men has never been easy. Military does not require muscular or gender power for leadership in combat or command positions. Some men believe that women in command will weaken the military tradition or military in context. The gender role of “women” and “soldiers” proved to many that is uncontested in World War I and II when women served as auxiliaries. Women have a long history of service in the military.
DBQ Communism and Women’s Rights Adelaida Urrea In the twentieth century, communist movements encouraged the involvement of women to their societies, depending on them for the development of modern societies based primarily on equality. Therefore women started to gain political equality and economic power through the different opportunities given by the Communist Party that allowed them to incorporate as respectable members in society. Nevertheless, at the beginning of the 20th century, there was still certain discrimination against women, who have always been associated with a submissive position; however communist leaders understood the importance of giving women public recognition in order to improve their rights, change these past
“You don 't realize it until you go out and take a look, but there are so many ways in which sexism is just allowed in our culture, not just in the entertainment industry. It 's just allowed to be there, and that 's not acceptable anymore. And I think it 's really important to be very vocal. “-Jenny Slate For many years, women have been forced to undergo major discriminations based on their gender. Most of these discriminations have been based on cultural stereotypes that portray women mainly in the roles of wives and mothers.
Women have always been viewed and looked at as the inferiors in the human’s life systems. Even though they are essential and have proven that they can be equal and sometimes superior to their male counterparts. This was a social idea that seems to be out there since the start of time. This is mainly because of the idea of how the women were viewed and treated in the start of the civilizations, especially the Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Persian, Assyrian and Greek empires. Their treatments and opinions toward women in the way they behave as mothers, workers, and wives.
Not only was education considered somewhat of a restriction for some women in the 19th century, power wasn 't one of the women 's strongest suits. Women were expected to be domestic house wives who were supposed to be loyal and subservient to their husband. As you can see, in a relationship the male was more dominant than the female. Males are considered more dominant than females because they are ones who provide food and shelter for them women and fulfill their specific gender roles such as work at outside jobs. Since the Declaration of the Rights of Women and the Equal Rights Amendment, feminism has been established in the society presenting women to the same priveleage as men, thus reestablishing equality between the two genders in the
Another step taken was the right a woman had towards her own body in respects to health and productivity. Other areas of interests to eliminate gender differences took place in the arts, media, and education. The women’s liberation act greatly changed the view of women as well as their rights in regards of legal issues in the 1960s. One of the primary concerns of the women 's movement has been the securing of appropriate rewards for work performed by women. In 1963 the Equal Pay Act was passed, this act was enforced to “prohibit discrimination on account of sex in the payment of wages by employers engaged in commerce or in the production of goods for commerce.”1 Women began working however they did not get the same pay as the male workers and this demonstrated inequality of genders.
Women in the ancient world had no voice or opinion to share to others and were considered as inferior to men. Back then men were encouraged superiority by looking down upon women. Later on women started to gain some of their right and New Zealand became the first country to grant women the right to vote in 1893. In the present-day almost all the women have the right to vote, yet there is still progress to be made for women in politics. Sexism has changed over the years but sexism has never stopped existing and it still exists today and it is very noticeable from the media, press, work, life styles and in society.
When it came to legal and property rights, men reaped the benefits. They were able to control the lives of the women in their families but yet the women still required the protection and control of men (Strayer, p. 59). Patriarchal societies occurred in quite a few of the early civilizations. One for example is the South Asian civilization. Women of India were prohibited from attending public
Given proper education and training, a woman can play a great part in the development of our country. At present, they are working side by side with men in offices, laboratories, factories and research projects. They are efficient teachers in schools, colleges and Universities, efficient pleaders in courts and efficient executives. It was a woman who was at the helm of affairs of our country before Nawaz Shareef and has proven herself a great orator and a great administrator. She had all the qualities of statesmanship in her.
In the Ottoman Empire the women had many restrictions when it came to public decisions. The role of women is one of the most significant arguments in the current day but how does each empire show the respect of women. "Contemporary feminist scholars suggest that before the Conquest, Andean women could be leaders and warriors as well as wives and mothers. "8 Even though the women weren 't exactly equal to men they could be leaders and warriors. This meant that the Inca empire had the chose to give women a opportunity at gender parallelism.