These new structures, brought hope and an approachable peaceful future to all social classes, which was one of the reason’s why Communist Dictators were seen as heroes and all citizens devoted to their rule. Therefore, after all the chaos including civil and world wars, a new platform of social order was the country's optimism. This is expressed in the subject of this document; explaining the hopelessness women felt with the ruling Party, before the Bolsheviks, given their minimum interest in women’s liberation. Specifically, all members of the Bolshevik Party and Komsomol (Organization for young people) were required to permit women in their lives full liberty of expression. (Doc.2) This regulation promoted equality, and demonstrated exemplary citizens who manifested respect for the government; setting them as a symbol of pride for their societies.
These women were typical diplomatic agents. For their own family, own interest, and own country as well. They would negotiate with the Sultan to obtain what they wanted; due to their proximity because of their status (Queeen mother or favorite) it made the decision easier for the Sultan. They were also representing their power and family name by always having social projects such as the building of mosque or schools. These projects would show how powerful these women were to the outside world as well as the inside.
Wilde and “Speranza” were both dandy-like- as they enjoyed the finer things in life and also enjoyed concealing things about themselves like their age. In his personal life he was drawn to women like his mother, which was evident when he got married to Constance Lloyd. Constance was another woman in Wilde’s life who was unconventional and
I’m a traditional woman who cherishes conventional women’s values although I am pleased to have the freedom and skills to pursue my career as a writer. Truth: How about the role that women should play in society? I believe that a woman should and become as free as a man. If men have suffrage, so should women. Furthermore, women can and must hold public lives like men too.
But women are not just mothers they have to perform their kinship roles, where she has to perform her duty as a wife, daughter-in-law, daughter, sister, etc. But motherhood was considered not only the most beautiful and natural of all the hetero sexual relations with in the family which were an inseparable part of a woman’s laying (Machmic, 1893; 317). It was within the structure of marriage that gender roles were defined. In all marriages whether it is Catholic, Hindu or Islamic the subordination of women is there because they rest on a strict dichotomy, whereby, it is believed that, women are the heart and men are the mind. Therefore marriage is essential because only the union of the two could create the whole.
For a woman today, it’s self-evident to participate in many things relating to all matters, but was it always like that?No, contrariwise , only after 1920 women had the full right to vote in the united states, before that, in the Age of the Enlightenment, they couldn't even say what hey want. But that didn’t stop them from doing it. During the Age of Enlightenment not only men enlightenment thinkers inspired the people also many women took a huge part during that time. One of them, who stand out several times during that time, because of her good ideas and inspiring goals, was Wollstonecraft. Mary Wollstonecraft did more to change the world than servile man philosophers, like Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
She is determined in making every effort to empower and uplift her own as a well as other women’s condition in family and in society. She is the new awakened woman who is complete in herself, who knows to raise her voice against injustice,who is not a follower but a trend setter, who is not a confined but a liberated spirit who is free , frank and
She was the symbol of what a true woman was, someone who was confident in the way she dealt with her world, someone who was in control of her mind as well as her body and someone who walked on a path that she had decided for herself. Hence, she became a role model for women of all ages and economic classes who were aggrieved by the excessive control of the society on their bodies and their person. She throughout her life and even after her death was more famously known as a fashion artist but on a closer look at her life one will find that she was much more than that. She was a keen observer of the human mind and behaviour and in her own way contributed to the freedom of women. Her style and her unabashed fervour in popularising it could clearly be seen as a challenge to men and the society at large.