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  • Females

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    Females An increasing number of women are being arrested for domestic assaults, and the response to this news shows just how pervasive sexist attitudes still are in our culture. But this time the sexism is coming from feminists and their allies, who insist that most women arrested must have acted in self-defense. This sentimental insistence on female innocence does no service to women, who should be treated as human beings with a capacity for aggression and held equally accountable for their

  • The Gap Between Female And Female Nurses

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    field is one of the more female dominated careers. In 2013 only 10 percent of the population of nurses were men (Tanner, L. 2015). If only 10 percent of the population is men are nurses, they should not get paid anymore than women. Even though they are both doing the same job and received the same training, the gap between pay between male and female nurses is astonishing because they are both doing the same job, and they are both trained equally. Some nurse’s, male or female, may get paid more for

  • ADHD in Females

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    ADHD in Females Grace is a second grader. She sits quietly with her hand folded in front of her and watches tv. She sees Dumbo and thinks of the stuffed elephant on her bed. She remembers her brother winning it for her at a carnival, where she got to ride a pony and eat cotton candy. A few minutes pass, and Grace has no idea what is happening around her or on the cartoon. She is not worried, because there really isn't a time that her mind is not wandering. Grace is a well mannered little

  • Female Breasts

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    Female Breasts In many works of art throughout history, female breasts have been featured prominently and in the nude. The symbolic meaning credited to the breast was usually associated with fertility and nourishment, both spiritual and physical, and in the wider sense, with life. Eroticism, nourishment, abundance, expression, feminine power, as well as feminine subservience, are different contradicting themes of the breast played out in time. Different reiterating views of its importance and

  • Female Delinquency

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    boy’s and girl’s involvement or path that leads to their potential delinquency are worlds apart. In addition, bombardment by role models and advertisements of society plays a large aspect in the differences between boys and girls. The majority of female role m...

  • Female Objectification

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    When you first hear the words 'female objectification' you might automatically think of men treating women as objects. And it's true. Men do play a role in degrading women to just their bodies. There is evidence of that in Men's magazines, music, and the everyday things that they say to or about a woman. However, women also play a huge role in their own objectification. Women change their bodies to make them more sexual and objectify each other. First, let me explain something that recently happened

  • Female Oppression

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    Female Oppression The narrator of the protagonist in Kate Chopin’s novel The Awakening said, “Even as a child she had lived her own small life all within herself. At a very early period, she had apprehended instinctively the dual life—that outward existence which conforms, the inner life which questions.” In past societies, women were being oppressed by male figures. They all had something about them that wanted to conform to go along with society, but also had an inner self that wanted to rebel

  • Female Struggles

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    have priesthood and give blessings though polygamy has ceased (Stack 2003). These struggles are specific to Mormons but there are many struggles that women face all over the country. The struggles that women face internationally are extensive. The female Mormons in Utah are not exempt from this struggle, in fact their struggles compare to women in the third world. In some Islamic states, the women have to cover their bodies so men can not see their bodies at all. Though Mormonism is not exactly the

  • Females and Technology

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    either added or modified to computers, which forces people to learn computer literacy at a steady pace. While some love computers, others despise them. When comparing people’s attitudes towards computers, statistics show a gender gap that proves most females’ attitudes are drastically different from the attitudes of males. Several studies prove that women not only lack an interest in technology, but they also chose not to enroll in computer classes. Since computers and technology play an enormous role

  • Female Modesty

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    1.) Female Modesty is defined as a woman’s respect for a "power within" that makes it virtually impossible for men to comingle with women, treating them as sex objects. This Power replaces having to wear elaborate jewelry or seductive clothing. It is something in side that men find, only when they have shown to the woman that they are worthy of being revealed of her true self. According to Shalit, female modesty is very powerful and has the ability of greatly influencing our society when she gives