VICTOR HUGO. THE human world starts from the men and women. Men and women both are equally important for the creation of the human world. If one is missing then we cannot imagine the human world. But women are suppressed by the men from the ancient time in many countries and they have very limited rights to live in that world which is made by them.
The Arab Spring did not arise out of women’s rights issues. It was out of the necessity for regime change amongst human rights violations and poor living standards. Women played an integral part in demanding change during the various revolutions. It is unclear whether or not the Arab Spring should be considered successful regarding the advancement of gender equality and the protection of women’s rights. However, it did give women a platform to express what kind of government they wish to have.
She was never able to make decisions or take actions for herself, which if she had, could have prevented her from reaching her own death. She relied on others such as her father, Romeo, and Friar Lawrence, who all played a key role in the cause of Juliet’s demise. The mentality of this play regarding women is that the more power or respect a woman has all comes from the man that she is married to. In this time period, all power would lay in the hands of the men. Juliet left all of the power she had over herself to the men in her life.
The push for equal right by feminists materialized in two accords: legally and socially. Legally, feminists pushed for equal legal status for both men and women. Social women liberation was a sexual revolution where women challenged the idea that while men could go around participating in sexual activities, they were to remain chaste. Today, it is the former that is popular, with women activist groups fighting for more opportunities for women. Women right activist groups today, however, are very politically alienated as compared to the 1960s.
CHAPLIN TO CHURCHILL INTRODUCTION There was a time when women used to face many problems while living in the society. However, this trend has been changed but women have to follow various tactics in order to maintain harmony in the society and to stay at par with men. It took a lot for them to resolve the struggles of equal rights and to implement the same in real world without giving rise to any controversy. A few years ago women were never seen in influential roles due to many discriminatory factors but now the whole era has been changed and many women can be seen performing really well even better than men. This only has become possible due to the hardships faced by women in old times and how they fought for their rights
Freedom meant political representation and access to political decision-making. By achieving the right to vote, women became able to get rid of corrupt leaders, develop new legislation to eliminate discriminatory laws and elect trustworthy political leaders who share similar interests. For African American women, freedom meant the abolition of slavery and segregation. They were denied access to certain jobs and faced several obstacles in their struggle for equality. In conclusion, the political action of women in the progressive era played a key role in the fight for democracy and freedom.
They strived to gain the rights to vote, to stop being viewed as weak and inferior in the eyes of man, and equal representation. Advocates such as these women only paved the way for future activists such as Rosa Parks. Within the fight for equality, male advocates such as Frederick Douglass joined the fight to ensure equality for blacks and women. The female voice is no longer marginalized to the extremities as it was in the 1800’s. However, there are still hardships women face every day.
There was a first wave and second wave of feminism that took place in the late 19th and 20th century. This first wave brought many changes. Women of this time realized they wanted basic control of their lives. They wanted the right to vote and own property. “The Seneca Falls Convention was the first women’s rights convention in the United States.
treatment of female members convinced many of these women that both slaves and women needed to be emancipated. Some abolitionist organizations did not allow African-Americans to join, while others curtailed the participation of women, especially in public speaking, voting, and business decisions. Many of these women continued their efforts to transform society through social movements by working on women 's rights in the campaign for suffrage and property rights, along with the rights to file lawsuits, obtain a divorce, and obtain custody of children. The intersection of abolitionism and women 's rights influenced the ideas and work of Sarah and Angelina Grimké, Abigail Kelley Foster, Lucretia Mott, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. The Grimké