Education leads to civil and political rights, which further equal the rights men have in comparison to women. If women aren 't educated, they won 't get respectable jobs, and would hold jobs that are seen as "traditional" and a "women 's job," like cleaning. A present-today advocate for women 's education is Malala Yousufzai. She got shot in the head by the Taliban because she advocated for women 's rights to education. It 's both refreshing to know that we have strong female advocates that are fighting for the rights of millions of women, but also disturbing that we are still fighting for those same rights over 200 years apart.
Her advocacy for female education has two sides to it: the fact that if followed, it would prove a tangible positive impact on countless lives, but that it is also proposed and framed within the same oppressive patriarchy that fails to allow any reasonable deviance from its gender roles, much less a consideration of the value of those roles. She supports--or claims to support--women acting with utmost modesty, fulfilling their assigned roles and doing so with obedient deference to the men in their lives. She takes women with humility and piety, caring and support. On top of it all, she advocates for women
Women were highly involved in education, giving them the power to encourage equality as a primary value, pursuing nationalism. They were the communicators between the government and the citizens, enforcing socialist ideas and communist values. Similarly, in the United States women made up 45.9% among all research and professional categories in 1955, while in the Soviet Union women made up 36% in the same year. The main difference between is that in the United States, women
She left a lot behind but others benefited a lot from her bravery and devotion to wanting women 's right and equality for all.To her it was everything. She wanted everyone to be happy. And we all should be thankful and happy for everything. Not only do we have equal rights, we have independence, and just like Susan B. Anthony said “Independence is
It is easy for myself and everyone else to take for granted the fact that America is a free country, but as best as I possibly can, I will uphold the culpability given to me, to help the country in any way possible. Imagine a country where everyone used their freedoms and abilities to better our country and mankind in general. It is amazing to think what the outcome would be with the participation of all Americans using their freedoms and rights to help others, our government, and our country. When I examine our
a woman) generally admired or acclaimed for great qualities or achievements in any field” (Pearsall et al., 2014, parp. 3b). I think a hero or heroine is an individual who is caring, inspiring, selfless and who make a difference and sacrifices their time to someone else. However, the person that I call my hero does not have to be everyone’s hero, because everyone has their own personal preferences, values and opinions. Moira Kelly and Audrey Hepburn are my heroines, but I think Hepburn was more inspirational in bringing about change to the world.
It can inform of the world issues and help us to be part of the world even more. I 've always believed change starts with you and me doing a little part can make a difference even if it is only one or two girls lives. Human life is so precious and should be taken more seriously even more so the lives of women who make birth and continuation of the human race
Either way, my being there affected that person. This is just one way of aiding in the fight against abortion. Whenever I fight for life, I feel like I am making a difference. Anyone can make a difference, no matter who they are. It is so easy to help in this just cause.
By catching the attention of young and old, male and female people she is holding beneficial power and showing these followers the power of unity and what it will bring. Since making it clear that she is an action taking feminist, she has been strongly attempting to improve rights and equality for genders in our global society. Although rather than being bias and only fighting for women’s rights, she is appealing to everyone by fighting for gender equality throughout the sexes. Her aim is to show people the power of unity. “It is time that we all see gender as a spectrum instead of two sets of opposing ideals.” Emma’s influence in society has been huge.
I already had a great appreciation for women because my mother raise me on her own for the first two years of my life. Reading this book only greatened my respect for women. I can never truly show how great this short story represents women but this is how the book helped me recognize the value of women in the world. Geeta Kothari portrayed Maya as