Women 's Rights And Freedom Essay

768 Words Apr 24th, 2015 4 Pages
In the past years, even before the 20th century, women did not have as many rights and freedom as they do today. Women were always seen as frail and weak, not able to think for themselves. It was almost like they were not able to use the very brain that they were born with. This is why women had no choice but to marry a man, like they really had a choice. The only thing they had to look forward to in the future was marriage, nothing else. Mary Wollstonecraft was one such women of her time, who experienced and witness how little rights women had. When she wrote A Vindication of the Right of Women, she explained in depth of all the disrespect that they had to go through, and what should be done about it. From education to actually working, women had nothing to worry about except marriage, and how to please their husbands when they got married. Today in the modern world, women have more rights and freedom, but there is still a huge gap that needs to be filled. In the modern world today, women are still considered to be inferior to men, even those who are successful. The workplace is one hotspot for inequality and respect towards women. Positions are different between both men and women. Women are seen as either secretaries or assistants, which come to mind that any other position would not be perfect for them. Women of today are quickly gaining skills. A record number of them are attending college, enhancing those skills even more. Even after they graduate and get their…

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