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    Female Waiters

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    “Since this restaurant is heavily sport based, I think we have more female waitresses than male waiters. We have maybe two male waiters, I think, but mostly we have only females serving our customers” (Spause). Mostly accommodating to the male population sports bars tend to have strictly females greeting and serving customers. Now if the customers treat the waitresses right is a different story. “He slapped my friends’ ass on her way to leave and said what he would do if we weren’t at work, and how beautiful we were” (Spause). From personal experience, almost every place I have been to have females being servers and sadly they face this treatment because of the way they dress in these sexually objectifying environments. “I get better tips as a female verses a male because we wear t-shirts that are tighter but I still love the job and most of the time the tips are great” (Risley). Females are mainly in this industry to make money, and I think it gives them a certain advantage over males because of these reasons. Although females face certain struggles with sexual objectification in the workplace, they still partake in their job because they love it and because they make a…

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    Female Stereotypes

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    In Today’s world, there have been set definitions for the different sexes and how they view and interact with their surroundings. Females are given the more maternal role that is filled with calming and more optimistic environments and views. Males, on the other hand, are viewed to be challenged with the stronger and more difficult and masculine tasks. They are normally seen in a more realistic environment and some may associate them with more violence, as seen throughout history. While…

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    Female Athletes

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    increased female participation levels exponentially (NCWGE, 2013). Female athletes of all ages are healthier, more academically successful and have higher self esteem than non-athletes. In addition, young girls who participate in sports and regular physical activities exhibit enhanced motivation, improved mood states and lower levels of depression and anxiety. (Stewart,2000) In 1972 only 4% of girls played high school sports, in 2012, some forty years later, that number has now reached 33%,…

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    Female Sports

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    athletes before they can name female athletes. In addition, male sports have a larger audience. Women are at a disadvantage as a result of the sports world revolving around male sports. Female sports are second to male sport: not a close second, but a default second. The real question is how this trend came about. How did the male sports surpass female sports to the point that the imbalance required artificial equality as an attempt to make male and female sports equal? The imbalance results…

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    Female Athletes

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    The portrayal of Female athletes or Women in the sports industry. Unfortunately, gender inequality still exists even when laws are changed to treat men and women fairly. There is a lack of media coverage when it comes to Female athletes due to the stereotype the society has for women. From collecting and understanding recent research articles, we can see that not many researchers use primary sources of data to support their claim when it comes to this topic. Even though secondary data can be…

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    Female Circumcision

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    Although all of the reasons behind female circumcision are unclear there are many motives to why it is carried out. Female circumcision is carried out to insure a female’s virginity until marriage and to insure she does not cheat on her husband. They also mutilate these girls for their own sexual pleasure. This makes sex for males more pleasurable but it can cause health problems for the women involved (Person). Female circumcision can never be “safe”. Even when the procedure is performed in a…

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    debated issue when analyzing texts, especially Shakespeare. In Shakespeare 's play, Hamlet, Ophelia and Gertrude play the typical female roles: submissive, powerless, and dependent on the male characters. The female characters in Hamlet are passive to the male characters. Ophelia submits herself in full obedience to all the men in her life, including her father, brother, and Hamlet. Ophelia’s obedience is exhibited when she is speaking with her brother and father about her relationship with…

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    Additionally, this year for the first time in American history, there was a female candidate in the 2016 Presidential Election. While evidently there has been tremendous progress and an increase of female participation in politics during the last twenty years, females are still underrepresented in politics and electoral races as a whole. It is estimated that at the current rate of progress, it will be 2076 between women achieve equal representation. The reasons for this phenomenon are numerous,…

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    Female Beauty Standards

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    Female beauty standards play an effective role by in today’s men society. The TV models on the fashion shows and the make-up products on the magazines create a competition between the members of the female community, which creates some social differences among individuals. Females feel that they will become unattractive or even a spinster, if they don’t carry the properties of the community’s ideal body. They think that it is necessary to be beautiful in order to get the perfect and socially…

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    Female Identity Analysis

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    Female identity means how women are perceived and how women are as humans, and this a concept that can be interpreted in many different ways depending on the culture, opinions, and author. It has been debated for many years of what female identity should be defined as, for example in Catholicism they believe mostly that the women should serve the man, but in cultures like the Huns perceive the women to be just as capable as the men. Female identity can vary; and the way female can vary through…

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