Excuse Me While I Explode ! My Mother, Myself, My Anger Analysis

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In her article “Excuse Me While I Explode: My Mother, Myself, My Anger” E.S. Maduro writes about her frustration at her mothers position in the household and latter herself’s. She begins with her lack of understanding how her mother accepted her fathers behavior. Murado tells that her mother gave up her carrie and run the whole family chores while her father had a career and did only couple manly chores. Murado emphasizes that even later when her mather went back to school and worked her chores didn 't change. Moreover, every one at home and society seemed to take it for granted. She sincerely believed that she is not going to fall for the same path as her mother. Murado didn 't want to carry all the house chores on her self. She was convinced …show more content…
Then she goes on telling about her boyfriend Paul seemed different. When they met he was neat, responsible, and he knew how to cook. Murado then realized day by day she was becoming like her mother. She often found her self cooking after long day at work, doing laundry and shopping while Paul did less and less. Murado assumed that Paul was just like her father because he grew up in a family where his mother did everything for them. But she noticed that it was quite the same. She celebrates the fact that her mother’s generation didn 't have choice. But Paul offered help and tried to help. Murado argues that she willingly took all responsibilities and it made her proud and angry at the same time. She emphasizes that Paul will offer his help again, but she will refuse it also because women are use to fight for equality …show more content…
Understanding of a word “feminist” has changed from its original definition. Many people understand feminist as man-haters. The word became a gender divider. For many years women struggle to be equal to men. However, while many fronts are overcome women are not equal to men. Women became octopuses or superwomen; they run household like their mothers and have successful careers like their fathers. Men in this struggle are left aside, or they became an audience for women success. Feminism became all about women; it is a women struggle for education, career and freedom. But their struggle can be unrelated from men’s. In the article “Excuse Me While I Explode: My Mother, Myself, My Anger” Marudo states “… It’s just me,” I’ll respond, “this is something I need to deal with.” Basically, she is not including him to problem resolving. Murado like many women is trying to be independent in every aspects of her life while problems that she is dealing with could be solved together faster and easier. While women are trying to keep up with their new superwomen role men have to deal with their own problems. Some doors opened for women, many are still close for men. Theroux writes “ Man mens “manly”- how can one think about men without considering the terrible ambition of manliness? And yet it is a part of every men’s life.” His point is that men have to meet what the society requires him. The society down looks for

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