Stereotypes Of Women During The 1800's

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During the 1800s women faced many different types of discriminations and stereotypes. Women didn’t have an education which they couldn’t pursue a career. After they would get married they were still not able to vote or even own their own property. They were seen as second-class citizens because their rights were always inferior to the men that were actually dominant in the society. Their responsibilities were just to keep their home under control and their family. In the 20th century women advocated for themselves they wanted to have the same equality and rights. The problems women and minorities have faced in modern American history have included those relating to inequality and various actions including minority struggles, struggles of women, and overcoming diversity that has been taken to remedy to these problems. Overall the government should be involved in solving these particular problems because everyone should have the same equal rights as everyone else. …show more content…

The women began to increase movement towards their rights but unfortunately, the Civil Rights began and they failed. Women were only seen as only housewives which consisted of them just taking care of their kids and the house. Many women and several men gathered together in New York to speak about the problems they had with women’s rights and to see what they could do to change them. According to the Declaration of Sentiments, “That all men and women are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” This was said because they wanted the women to have the right to vote. The Grimke sisters supported the women's rights which this brought more women to become active in the movement as

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