A female has a set of guidelines that are given in mass media that teach women how to behave, when to wear make-up, how to dress, what her body should look like, and how to treat her lover. The representation of women in many magazines has reduced the worth of women down to objects that are won, shown off, and abused. Magazines are challenging women to change themselves to fit into society. These changes are objectifying women and causing men to be in control. Objectification is discussed in Women’s Voices, Feminist Visions.
d. Thomas’s article was displaying that media had made a negative and positive impact to gender equality, especially women. Furthermore, media has change humanity, by having both sex fighting with each other in social media. However, the media should have “no reason what a women was wearing should be a headline in a story over her achievements”, then learn what women are capable of. III. Either in a poor or develop country, each sex should have equal rights to expressed their values or opinions, so they can evaluate their human life.
It is caused by female inferiority in Mexican society and leads to negative effects within the victims. Although violence is a danger that Mexican women face daily, there is hope that the desire for a life free of abuse will spread across the country and women will join together and take action to protect their rights.
Anne-Marie O’Connor’s article about the maquiladora women in Mexico and their terrible working conditions brought awareness about, as well as Sam Dylan’s article on the mistreatment of these women. A growing population of women’s activists can be attributed to the growing number of courses being offered and information available. Only a few decades ago this would not have been heard of. It is due to the increasing amount of awareness on the topic of women’s status as second class citizens that activism has increased. Through various media, we have learned of topics such as the “glass ceiling”, the working conditions of women in Third World countries, the current injustices against women being carried out in the First World, reproductive rights, as written about by Angle Davis, and other limitations imposed on women.
In her book, “A Vindication of the Rights of Woman,” she created a scandal perhaps to her unconventional lifestyle. The book is a manifesto of women rights arguing passionately for educating women. Sensualist and tyrants appear right in their endeavor to hold women in darkness to serve as slaves and their plaything. Anyone with a keen interest in women rights movement will surely welcome her inexpensive edition, a landmark documen... ... middle of paper ... ...mbers and market women, National Assembly worst fears concerning women seemed to be realized. Rather than using the new political rights and civil freedoms to better care for their families, women were swarming in the streets brandishing weapons at each other, meddling in political affairs, of which they had little knowledge and generally causing disorder (Landes 100).
There were two different kinds of movements that took place with feminists and the government. For example, Betty Friedan only wanted to open up the laws that had been made so that they worked for women as well. She wanted women to be able to participate on a public and political level. The more radical movement was about a generation later, and they wanted to completely overthrow the patriarchy that they believed was oppressing women’s lives. The came up with the idea that the “personal is political.” This meant that women had equally significant complications, with their relationships, sexuality, birth control, abortion, body image, marriage, and housework.
The pathos in “Ending Violence Against Women” is the whole of the person no matter what kind of abuse it is. The pathos in “Violence Against Women” is it can devastate the whole of any women. Hence, violence against women should be stopped because the differences and similarities are equal to how bad things are for women and their inequalities. The article “Ending Violence Against Women” is about how violence towards the females of our species is getting out of hand. Gender based violence needs to be stopped because it has gotten out of hand women being beaten by someone she knows like a family member.
Written in 2001, Timson is speaking to females in general, focusing on girl's interpretation of the media's messages, understanding of the choices females have, and women's acceptanceof their image despite the media's stereotypical image. By raising questions and room for interpretation about these issues, Timson arguesthat society is counteracting with the positive and strong images that women have fought so hard for. The goal of this article is to try and understand the role of females in our media-crazed society today. The author is trying to convey the serious problem dealing with the image of women by using sarcasm and humor. Timson describes her encounter with a stereotypical joke her adolescent daughter picks up from school.
The tightening of noose is often criticized fro being biased against some sections. Vinita Chandra says it is important to understand Manusmriti in socio political and political happenings of the time when it was authored. What by all accounts an endeavor to control women was an endeavor to save the strings of the established fabric which were getting relaxed. For example When Manu talk about the standards for naming a women , may be that is because of native woman from those from outside i.e., foreigners and tribal women. After the usurping of last Maurya ruler by Sungas somehere around 185 BC, there appeared several different rulers.
To my unpleasant surprise it turned out that almost all were expressive of the same extreme theme. So what does the current view of feminists as a whole mean to society? I feel that the current view of feminists is detrimental to the women's movement. One reason is that I feel the current views expressed by Crosbie are not only unattractive but in a way repulsive. Once women could be proud to say they were feminists.