Sexism: Women's Role In Society

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Women play a big role in society and are just as equal to man, but in our world, it all depends on what you do and who you are. Sexism has always been a striking barrier between male and female. From applying to a job, to being a housewife, the perception that women are not on the same level as men has always been in existence. Even with the equal rights amendment between sexes woman still defend themselves in tough situations. “Sexism” Defined by Merriam-Webster.com," in culture, belief that one sex (usually the male) is naturally superior and should dominate most important areas of political, economic, and social life. The word sexism is contemplating prejudice or discrimination based on sex; especially against women." When I found out …show more content…
Therefore, Eve is blamed for the reason mankind is not living in paradise. For me I do not believe so, because we should be able to make our own decisions and not be told what to do by others. Sexism has continued throughout ancient history and do so today in our society. Therefore, why should man be superior and dominate in such social areas of life,? is it because women were made from a man,? but, yet we are individuals that make our own …show more content…
Giving birth to kids is something only women can do and endure. Our bodies are strong, yet, why are man superior, and said to be stronger than a woman? Woman take more emotionally and physically. We go to school to become better providers, to get paid more, and we take care of our children and home also our husbands. Now we have equal rights, such as equal employment opportunities where we can 't be judge due to our sex, race, color or national origins. Ruth Bader Ginsberg stated “If I could choose an amendment to add to the Constitution, it would be the Equal Rights Amendment, I think we have achieved that through legislation, but legislation can be repealed, it can be altered, So I would like my granddaughters, when they pick up the Constitution, to see that notion – that women and men are persons of equal stature – I’d like them to see that is a basic principle of our society.” This quote explains that in the future of our young ladies, we want to equal to men. be In Society today it has come a lot better than it was before and now man are seeing us woman as equal through some points of

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