However, there are men that have the concept as a feminist would. I’m one of those men that believe the male and female genders should have equal rights. Though there may be some ascribed genetic differences between a male and a female, the “nature” of the genders, does not impede a woman to do as much or more than a man. Many philosophers degraded women, by rejecting their philosophy. Basically, the integration of reason, virtue, and knowledge was rejected for women.
One of the biggest ones is that women believe they are superior and they dislike men. Feminism is against gender stereotypes, so the hatred of men would be going against their mission. Feminists, however, do realize that men have a certain privilege. A privilege that, when used well, can help those who are most harmed in society. The movement is not saying that women or other oppressed groups are better, just that they should be as good as men.
I find it fascinating how women have come so far however; I still feel that there is still a ways to come terms of equality. Media can play a role in reinforcing certain stereotypes about men and women; this contributes to the pressures men of how men and women feel they should act in society. Some may argue that there is a male crisis in society however; I believe that women are entitled to equal rights and the same opportunities as men. Looking back on earlier history when women had no rights it appears that there have been drastic changes since then. The traditional view of men and women is changing which is not causing a male crisis instead it is benefitting society.
It is bad to have such perception in this world of freedom, we should have an equal opportunity for every individual and don't let this behavior to bind us all. In our general perception, men are always stronger than women because of the men's body frame and our basic believes. While men born to be strong and hardly to be the loser, they always refuse to talk about the bad things had happened around them. To be a stereotyped of men, they feared to show their weakness and fears from all. In order to build a healthy relationship between men and women, an effective communication is needed.
Wanting to fit in, people don’t stray away from these norms, fearing what others might think of them. Men and women are both stereotyped, however women are more negatively stereotyped than
Something typically a man will talk about. Sometimes we expect a splendid reaction from people we tend to think we are going to get, but it does not happen. Women want their man to sit and listen all of the time rather than give them solutions mostly. Making everything equal to each other will have the relationship happy on both ends. There’s often an importance in communication.
. . the way of dealing with true love and lo... ... middle of paper ... ...nequality between men and women, rather than reinforcing it. The feminist movement was created to ensure that men do not think that they are in any way more superior or better to women. It is very important for readers to realize that men should not consider women to be inferior to them, but rather treat them equally.
It’s interesting how women have been oppressed so much and aren’t able to enforce their opinions on what they expect from men and expect them to stick. This imbalance can be seen in today’s culture when you look at the way men try to make their opinions on women more relevant than women’s. Often times men will disrupt conversations between women to insert how they think women should act and what they expect from them in order to be viewed as “respectful”. When women hear this they might try to change who they are and how they act in order to present themselves in a way that will be permitted by men. However, the conversations often seem to be one sided.
If a man cannot provide monetarily, or emotionally for woman he is seen as inept, and for women a lack of beauty can be a major setback when trying to attract the opposite sex. Bob Dylan once said “The times are a changing”, women all over are gaining more respect from fellow men, and are seen as hardworking people instead of just eye candy. Changing the views of past generations will be tough, but society today can work to change how future generations perceive gender in society.
She believes men speak when they feel a need to impress or if their social status is in question. The females however, spoke with much more closeness. Tannen says, “For females, talk is the glue that holds their relationships... ... middle of paper ... ...them control power, wealth, and social resources because men think that women do not want them. Another one of Tannen’s critics, Senta Troemel-Ploetz, accuses Deborah Tannen of ignoring the possibility that men and women communicate differently because of differences of power. Troemel-Ploetz contends that the problem goes beyond conversational style.