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    Essay: Should Women Be Allowed To Go Topless in Public In the summer of 1996 Gwen Jacobs enjoyed a topless summer stroll during which she was seen by a local O.P.P officer, was apprehended and subsequently charged with indecent exposure. Gwen Jacobs pleaded not guilty in court and won the right to go topless in Ontario. This incident brought up an excellent question: should women be allowed to go topless on public beaches and in other public areas? The answer is strictly no, women should

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    hits" (Janofsky A10). A first for enlisted women, t he shooting of live ammunition from heavy weapons during combat training represents overcoming another obstacle limiting women's roles in the military. While women are integrated into boot camps, they are not allowed to serve front line combat roles. Op ponents argue that women should not be allowed in combat roles because they are not subject to the same physical training standard as men, and women do not possess the physical strength to be

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    most industries and businesses, and the equal rights movement having made great progress; there is finally a snag in the nylons of woman activists.  The question of whether women should have to serve in combat is upon us.  The answer is no. If you have kept up with the news in recent years,  women have been fighting their way into the top military academies,  the Citadel being the most recent case.  These woman have claimed being just as tough as men,  which is scientifically

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    Should Women Have the Right to make the Decision? Abortion: Should women have the right to make that decision? According to Planned Parenthood, “Abortion is a way to end pregnancy. Sometimes, an embryo or fetus stops developing and the body expels it. This is called spontaneous abortion or "miscarriage." A woman can also choose to end a pregnancy. This is called induced abortion. There are three ways it can be done — with medicine, vacuum aspiration, or surgery”(Parenthood). Abortion

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    modern day battlefield.  The present day warrior needs to be decisive, emotionally stable, physically immovable and a natural born killer.  Do women fit any of these descriptions?  Should a woman be permitted to enter into combat situations?  Some argue that it is a woman's right to be fighting along side other men.  Others agree that by not letting women in ground troops her rights are being taken away. A woman can be anything that she wants but when she tries to prove that she is just as good as

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    There are growing feelings in the United States that, as women are having more rights given to them that were previously restricted, women should be given everything that is offered to men. This is becoming very true in the military, where much sentiment is that women should be given the opportunity to serve in combat arms positions. Women are currently allowed to serve in combat support positions, such as military intelligence and air support positions, but they are not allowed to serve in positions

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    Feminism in Trifles and A Jury of Her Peers As a strong feminist, Susan Glaspell wrote “Trifles” and then translated it to a story called “A Jury of Her Peers.”  These works express Glaspell’s view of the way women were treated at the turn of the century.  Even though Glaspell is an acclaimed feminist, her story does not contain the traditional feminist views of equal rights for both sexes. The short story and the play written by Susan Glaspell are very much alike.  The story takes place in

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    only people who played an instrumental role in religion. It is true that for most of Western history, religious leadership and power have been restricted to men. It is also true that women were excluded from theological education and even from lay leadership in most Christian denominations until quite recently. Until women like Ann Hutchinson and Jarena Lee decided not to but on the back burner any more. They decided to stand up for what they believed in and defended women’s rights. Ann Hutchinson

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    Since 1901, women have been serving in some form of the military officially, however, women had an unofficial role dating back to the American Revolution. Traditionally women have not been allowed in combat occupations but recently these restrictions have been somewhat lifted, making certain combat occupations in most branches of the military available to women. Despite the lift complications arise from women being in combat occupations and it’s not just the physical differences, there is also

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    Women in the Work Force

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    Women in the Work Force Working in a factory which is similar to living in a third world country is difficult. Horrible, intolerable conditions haunt workers at home and in the working environment. Women lead tough lives because they are dictated orders, by men, in and out of the house. Many women have families to support, so making little salaries is a strain on the family. The main issue with conditions in the work force is that management does not have a clear understanding of what the

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