His gist is that privacy should be respected which makes him moderate moralism, law should only intervene when society won’t tolerate certain behaviour, law should be a minimum standard not a maximum standard and act as general guideline. Is the act of polyandry tolerable by the society? In some society it is tolerable but in some they will not. However, to abolish the act of polyandry will also intervene with the privacy on the individuals. Devlin would have thought the act of polyandry to be immoral and disintegrates the society however, being a moderate moralism he would not have wanted to intervene with the privacy of other unless the act has become very widely practiced and start causing harm to the society.
Some argue that censorship should not eliminate the right to information, they believe that people got the freedom of speech, to express oneself freely whether through words of the mouth, literature ,art and other means of communication. You can’t judge the individuals they have a different views but the censorship does not allow the people as for example the media got the right to disclose the information that people needs to understand, however ,According Clyde (1997) Censorship internet is vital tool in education actually it is an environment children should be kept away from. It benefit by the way it is used but some use it in a wrong way for example, Social media is a place where people can say or type thing openly as religion offense, intense racism and political issues etc. Whereas Some even argue that it is to be fine that movies and books to be censored but not to monitor the lyrics of the songs. Which most of the song now a days got curses.
Feminists believe that these arguments are absurd and that rape is considered one of the most extremes ways of showing male domination. The previous issues raised can be related to the movie because as we all know, Paulina was raped and tortured, however, the government was not planning on arresting the people who did those crimes. It’s clear that the situation was not considered a big deal and and that’s why they aren’t pursuing it and are instead hiding the incident. Rape is not something easily brushed off as we can see by Paulina’s reaction to when she recognizes the friendly doctor as the one who raped her. In one of the first
We are all pressured by society’s standards. Society thinks people who are not thin are unattractive or flawed more than someone who is “ideal” or “beautiful.” Eavan Boland 's poem “Anorexic” is no exception to the rule of society. In fact, the poem is a great example of how society can affect a person. A lot of Boland’s poems used to be politics, but she switched to feminism. A lot of her poems scream at society for the way you have to look to be accepted by society.Society emphasizes the need to be stick thin in order to fit in.
The commodification of integral part of personhood may not be degrading. Instead, it is argued that sexuality should be market-inalienable because its commodification causes gross impairment to human subjectivity. In the course of prostitution, there is a strong oppression on the free will and the prostitute’s expression of her subjectivity. The oppression is not justifiable as it is so severe to the extent that it even makes the prostitute subordinate to the client. II.
That wondrous idea is not very hard to answer, for example, in Rebecca Solnit essay “The longest war”. She elaborates on how or government tend to want to control how females control their bodies. (Solnit 528) In doing so, women lose their options that personal freedom and free will stood for. Which shows how sexism is already being established for every woman in the united states by the hands of radical men in government. This form of control of a single gender through the act of sexism can lead back to the idea from which the original argument began.
3.1. Introduction As it was stated earlier, one of the key terms in the present thesis is female grotesque. The researcher tends to see how the plays, Cleansed, Phaedra and Blasted, can be read in this respect. The point is that the narratives within these plays try to penetrate gender and sexual identities through the violence. This violence is not related to any gendered or sexual identity, whether male or female, it seems that Kane wants to put an end to these norms.
Thus, I believe that feminism is a poorly made masquerade to cover women’s desire to control men. No one can deny that it was necessary for people like Betty Friedan in the ’50s and Gloria Steinem in the ’60’s. ( Olson, Marie “Finding our way” Aug 2017)Their movements were necessary for women to achieve equality amongst all people. But feminists won’t stop at equality. They want total sovereignty over the opposite sex.
This preconceived notion could not be farther from the truth. In reality, these reform movements are idiotically placing a bandaid over the tremendous issue that the prison system is. An imbalance of reforms between women and men, unrestrained sexual abuse in women’s prisons, and tyrannical gender roles are just three of countless examples of how prison reform movements only create more misfortune and fail to provide any real solution to worsening prison conditions. Perhaps instead of conjuring up additional ideas on how to reform prisons, America’s so-called democratic society should agree upon abolishing prisons as a whole. This being said, it is crucial to identify ongoing issues in today’s society, understand how they contribute to unlawful behavior, and seek a solution.