Above all else, women must learn self-respect, and they can only learn self-respect by learning to think for themselves. Then they won't spend their lives using seduction and other tricks to get men to give them what they want. In “A Vindication of the Rights of Woman” There is nothing Wollstonecraft wants more than for women to have access to the same kind of education as men. Wollstonecraft was an extremely educated woman, and she felt that if all women had the opportunities she did, more of them would turn into great and productive members of society. In her mind, all of women's worst qualities come from the fact that they lack proper education and are taught only to care about superficial things, if women had proper training in maths, philosophy, art, and science.
They were a middle-class family, but John Edward was a bad manager of the money they had. Wollstonecraft was an intelligent girl, she saw at a very young age what women were treated like, and she did not like it. She wanted to be educated, but only her brother Ned went to school. She also saw that her father used to take out his anger on his mother. She used to sleep in front of her mother’s door to prevent her father from beating her.
Since the beginning she knew she was a part of the lower class, being beneath others, and Mrs. Reed was the one who would tell her when she always knew, "You ought to be aware, Miss, that you are under obligations to Mrs. Reed” (Bronte 14). The scenes at Gateshead foreshadow how successful Jane’s life turned out. She was being physically, mentally and socially traumatized by the isolation and insolent attitude to her presence by the Reed family. Jane did not have the option to erase her unfortunate childhood, but the way she traveled with the memories show she becomes a heroine in the novel. Jane is not a heroine because of her good deeds, she is seen as one because of her independence and educational level compared to other women in
It shows that Suyuan is very dissatisfied with her daughter because she thinks Jing-mei is dawdling. But, the reason why they have a serious conflict later is because Suyuan does not think about her daughter’s feel. “You want me to be someone that I’m not! I’ll never be the kind of daughter you want me to be” (142)! After failing the piano test, Jing-mei becomes very angry about her mother because she thinks her mother is giving too much pressure on her.
However, she struggled with discrimination during her college years, since she attendended to a university where the majority of people came from upper castes. Despite feeling miserable when hearing all the disrespectful comments her classmates would say about her, she continued studying hard and trying her very best to succeed in all of her classes.This is a perfect example of perseverance because even though she suffered from the discrimination, instead of simply quitting the course and becoming something else, she decided to turn her suffering into her fuel, her pain into her motivation. In addition to that, even though at times she felt discouraged and out of place, she didn 't allow the difficulties she encountered on her journey to stop her from chasing her dreams. In the end, all her sacrifices were worth it, since she managed to become a lawyer and was offered a job almost immediately after graduating. Without her perseverance and dedication, it would be likely that she would end up back in her village, stuck in an endless cycle of poverty, and not in one of the best law schools in the entire country.
I feel really bad for Dawn it's really sad whats shes going through and what she does because of how her mother raised her and how she treats her, It's really unfair to Dawn. She has a brand new foster home she has to adjust to. She also who has a mother who just throughs her to the side and doesnt care shes there. Lastly she has a social worker who doesn't even try to help make Dawns situations in life better. First off Dawn is a 13 year old girl, and even though she has had no one to guide her through life she should have better morals for herself.
Miss Leefolt is mother to Mae Mobley and Aibileen’s employer. She is lower middle-class and obsessed with making her house look perfect. She is a terrible mother to Mae Mobley and constantly puts her down, neglects her and has referred to her as an ‘It’pg 1 Hilly Holbrook is an old school friend of Skeeter’s and became even more strong-willed and racist into adulthood. Miss Skeeter says: “And I do as I’m told. Because that is what we do around Hilly”” PG 88.
They are the worst sufferers in the family. The sufferings of women lead to the sufferings of their children as well. The disintegration of Ammu’s marriage has its repercussions and creates a void in the lives of the people of the next generation. Both Estha and Rahel grew up to be abnormal adolescents and Rahel is expelled from school three times for “moral depravity”, for smoking and for stealing her headmistress’s hair bun. She drifted from school to school and spent eight years in a college without finishing the five-year undergraduate course.
As a final point, young girls and ladies have proven themselves in the educational sector. About a decade, or so ago, young girls had the "WEEK" tag which means women education ends in kitchen and they strictly prohibited from studying any science oriented course. However as the gender equality struggle kept making a head way, this conception began to feassle away; guardians and parents have started taking the education of their female children more seriously and females have really proven their academic prowess. In fact just about two years ago, two ladies graduated from the university of Lagos, each with a CGPA of 5.0. One from engineering and the other from bio chemistry.
The discrimination that my parents faced forced them to create negative identities for themselves, meaning that they forced themselves to be people who they were not. This is especially true of my mother, who was afraid to express her true self for a very long time. However, they turned their negative experiences into valuable life lessons that helped me become the person that I am today. In the past, I worried about the prospect of not being able to make friends or succeed in life due to my Asian background. This was especially true in kindergarten where, as I mentioned in my Linguistic Ancestry assignment, I was ostracized by the other students because I did not speak like them.