The Role Of Women In Today's Society

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When thinking about how women are perceived in America 's society today, many different conceptions appear. However, one main conception is how they are viewed and known for their bodies. Check out a recent video fighting game, and one will discover that all of the women fighters are barely clothed. For centuries women were considered inferior creatures to men. There have been many battles throughout the course of history to get the same respect and treatment as men. Unfortunately, some women noticed that their bodies got them farther than other women in a time when mainly men were in control of everything. However, even if we look at how women are perceived today in just America, they are still sought after for their sexual looks. As you see …show more content…
They get better job opportunities, paid more, and their bodies are not sex items. The problem still persists of undervalue towards women. That is why feminist movement is on a rise in today’s society. In newly found America, there were slaves who were not considered people, but items. When it came to politics only the white men had the right to vote, than years later slave men had the right to vote, with some difficult obstacles of course. It was not until 1920, not even 100 years ago, that women finally got the right to vote. The women’s rights movement was a major shift in history to help women move up the social and economic status. The movement improved a lot of things for women. More women were in the workforce, with a little help of world war two, women ceo’s were a new thing but started to become less rare slowly, and women in power in general was on a rise. Unfortunately, women and their bodies were still being tainted by the sexual image it portrayed. Entertainment bars were becoming very popular, and Playboy was making women become famous for the opposite reason of why the women’s right movement …show more content…
Along with how she should dress, and how much to reveal. In America today, almost nothing is left to the imagination in women 's apparel. Why and how did it ever get to that point? With the over sexualization of women coming back, a lot of popular women made it seem that women with nice curves shouldn’t be afraid to show them off. So showing off is what began to happen, to the point where everything was being shown off. In today’s society, the little girls are learning from society that the more you show the more you are liked. There are shorts that are made that is smaller than undergarments. There are tops that women can buy today that cover less than a bra would. However, this shift in society to expose women more was pushed more by man, so there are some regulations to it. In order to be fully accepted and “understood” why you would wear something like that is because you have the “ body type” for it. If you got it flaunt it right? That is a saying that is always thrown around as an excuse for it to be okay to reveal oneself as if you have nothing on. Women worked to hard decades ago for us to slowly rewind the hard work to get us to the same level as

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