The Declaration Of Sentiments And Resolutions By Elizabeth Cady Stanton

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Right to vote, divorce, own property, education, employment, respect, representation in government, marriage, equal pay, and right to self. Feminism is the doctrine advocating social, political, and all other rights of women equal to those of men. A Feminism is everywhere no matter where you go she can be standing next to you, she can be your mom, aunt, grandma, or even a stranger that you haven’t met or seen. But Feminism to me is where every women is sick and tired of being mistreated, their being treated like if they were toys and no one is doing anything about it. That’s why women are sick and tired of being underlooked, and mistreated. There are many women who have done nothing, but there are women that have and paved the way for women rights. Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a social activist and suffragist who played an important role in the early women’s right movement. Stanton wrote The Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions which was a huge step for women and their rights. Only 100 out of the 300 people signed The Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions and it was very controversial at the time. Elizabeth Cady Stanton will always be remembered for her brave acts especially for women’s rights. Misogyny is hatred, dislike,, or mistrust of women, or prejudice against women. …show more content…

The Women are responsible for the cleanliness of her house, wholesomeness of the food, and the children's health, yet she can’t get rights. All she is doing is asking for one thing, one simple thing that is so easy but yet difficult because some men would be scared that women would take over the world or something. She is putting her life on the line to her children and men the food, cleanliness, and health and yet the government can’t give her the rights she deserves. Not only is it disgraceful but it's an embarrassment to the government and some

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