Women Equal Rights

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“Women who seek to be equal with men lack ambition.” a quote said by Timothy leary a former male american psychologist and writer. In the early 1900’s women did not have the simple right of voting, during those times men were given all the power even if they were abusive towards women it was acceptable. Now a days women have overcome many of these obstacles, not only with the right to vote but by having one of the biggest names in history are women. Everyone thinks that there is nothing but equal rights and everyone if given what they deserve. However there are a lot of people who are opposed to the idea of gender equality and think that it is ridiculous but it is one of the most important things to have for two main reasons.

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However they could not be more wrong. When world war 2 happened and every man in every house had tp go to war and fight, women took over the work of both them and the work that a man would do and it is said that they did a better job than any other man. The second example of amazing women is Clarissa “Clara” Barton is most widely acknowledged as the founder of the American branch of the Red Cross. Her work gave her the role of being of the most important people in history, she arranged medical care for the troops during a civil war where up till now millions of people across the globe have benefited from her contributions to American healthcare. She also joined the military so she could help solder regain their health.

In conclusion women rights are better than they have ever been and women have protection and equality now days. However i still think that there is a long road ahead for gender equality since not many people agree with it. People who do not agree with it should at least try and respect the decision that the majority of people took and not try to start things from nothing. If women's rights grew and became more known and supported by other people, it will change alot in the world from education to how other people

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