Companies would ignore the women’s compliments of them being sexually abused and receiving sexual harassment. Its disappointing because this companies where the biggest cleaning companies and still had problems resolving these types of problems. I think it’s unfair because if this same problem happened inside an office or in a higher position, the company would have taken an immediate response to this problem and probably terminated the abuser in that same time. I think these companies de-value women’s work, because they see it as a simple task that they don’t need a degree or certificate to do it. Most of these women are undocumented and most of them don’t know their rights, which companies take advantage of
From an young age we are taught that exertion should be secretive and never spoken of, which makes this whole topic awkward, especially since women are suppose to hold this impossible standard of not using the bathroom. In fact, up to 15% of the population avoid public restrooms all together because they feel so uncomfortable in them, therefore when you take away the sexual divide that everyone in the U.S. knows, tensions grow even greater. Despite our advanced modern attitudes towards gender equality, it makes sense, that the idea of a man in a women’s restroom would provoke a strong reaction and vise versa. Women and men, alike, don’t want to expose their bodily functions to anyone,
At first it seems like he only cares for Jane and Phoebe but while looking deeper he is trying to protect all the females. He does not want to take advantage of any woman. When he is necking with a girl and she tells him to stop he does right away. He might feel like it is a fault but it he him trying to be the catcher in the rye, making sure no one will regret the night after. Even when he buys the prostitute he could not have sex with her because he saw her as a girl not as a toy to have sex with.
The high taboo towards male rape victims, and validating their rapist are things that should not be happening in this modern day society. It shouldn’t matter your gender, age, race, or sexuality you should be able to receive help, and have resources accessible to you if you have gone through something such as sexual assault. You shouldn’t have to fear coming out and standing up against your rapist, you shouldn’t have to wonder if people will believe you if you try to talk about what happened. Males can be victims and deserve to at least be given so much as to be recognized as such if something that damaging and emotionally ruining event or events happens to them. More information and resources need to be widely available not only to those who were raped as males but everyone.
There is a quote in this book and it says,” For men are forbidden to take notice of women and women are forbidden to take notice of men.”(Rand, 38) This quote says that men are not allowed to notice women and women the same. They do this because if people do take notice in others it would ruin their entire society. This would happen because people will
Throughout the play, Dionysus’s actions and power uniquely continue to plight Thebes; he’s not a hero, he’s not some amazing force of empowerment, and he’s not looking out for the best interest of the women he has possessed. He’s an angry God. Euripides says the audience ought to fear Dionysus’s wrath because he will possess all of the women and murder the king. However, the king was not a hero either. His murderous anger at Dionysus, the stranger who stole his women, only subsided when offered the chance to watch the women do “those things [he] should not look upon, so
Kesey explains that men cannot handle a female leader throughout the text. The Nurse suppresses the masculinity of the patients because she would have no power against them in their full strength. The men would not respect her power and revolt. Though Kesey’s characters convey misogynistic messages in the novel, the reader understands it as a critique of the male conscience. This timeless novel promotes awareness of gender issues in an uncommon fashion that relates to problems in today’s social
Unfortunately this society makes women culpable of any conflict, before even hearing both the sides of the story, for example, if two entities had a sexual relationship outside of marriage, which is, of course, inadmissible and a shame, apart from being “ Haram“ in the religion of Morocco, the women is the only who is blamed, as if the man didn’t have anything to do with the incident, because he is a man, unfortunately in the Moroccan society there is much more power given to the man rather than the women, and the statement is the only excuse they can give while asked about the reason of this extreme form of sexism. However, old people who have spent their lives serving this country would claim that the women is like a diamond that we should take care of, and that it is her job and in her favor to cover up herself, not only in the physical meaning of it but also keep herself safe from anything that has the potential to bring shame to her and her
Everyone thinks that this is a stupid debate and it shouldn’t even be a topic but on the other hand people want to fight for their opinion and protest so they can prove their point but that’s what they have to do sometimes to get a point across. Not everyone likes to debate about this topic because they feel it’s stupid but it matters to some people. Lots of things go with gender orientation they are really important to our everyday lives like about what bathroom do they go in if they are one of the 64 genders. There are only male and female bathrooms in America which is a problem that people protest. People who go in the wrong bathroom are considered rapist or pedophils that is a really big problem because thats a bad thing on their permanent record and they could serve hard time in jail for