Roles Between Men And Women
Men need to go to work and women stay at home and do housework. In fact, the myth of gender is false and harmful for Americans to believe. The myth gives a wrong message to Americans that women’s position is inferior and most of the women need to dependent on men. Overall, all people should stay into the same position whether they are males or females.
Some people may argue that women do not have abilities as men base on the physical structure. Most of the time, a man looks stronger and he has more muscle than a woman. My opponents often commit the fallacy of hasty generalization when they see a girl who cannot carry a twenty pounds box and some of them believe that all girls are weak. Most of the time, people may judge other people base on others’ action and the physical characters. People believe that jobs are separated into two groups: masculinity and feminity. In the article “Becoming Members Of Society: Learning The Social Meanings Of Gender”, the author, Aaron H. Devor says that “As patriarchy has reserved active expression of power as a masculine attribute, feminity must be through modes of …show more content…
My opponents often commit the fallacy of ad hominem when several people decide to do a group work together. For instance, a girl named Jane who needs to work a project with several guys together in the school. Because they can not finish the work on time, they complain about that Jane does nothing because she is a girl. The truth is Jane’s groupmates do not understand the instruction and they refuse to listen to Jane’s idea. In fact, women can do the work as men and they have their own potential. In the article “American Women’s Wartime Dress: Sociocultural Ambiguity Regarding Women’s Roles During World War II”, Hall, Martha L., Belinda T. Orzada, and Dilia Lopez- Gydosh say that “Doris Weatherford, in her book about American women during World War II, describes the cultural precedence set with First World War. The exodus of American men to fight in Europe caused a drain on domestic labor. Consequences, the US government actively solicited women to join the workforce, and fill in vacant jobs deemed “appropriate”for women, such as clerical work and nursing.”( Hall, Martha L. , Belinda T. Orzada, and Dilia Lopez- Gydosh.) The authors prove that women are very helpful in the period of the World War II. Because the men need to go to the front lines for fighting, all jobs positions are empty. To support the economic