Female Gender Stereotype
March 8, 2015
In the twentieth century, there was a time when men believed that women could not match the same intellectual levels of men because of the fact they were women and their only priorities were offerings, cooking, and keeping house clean. On the contrary, important women have made a difference our society, like Rosa Park, who fought for civil rights, or Francis Wright, who played an important role in women’s right movement, and many more. Now in our time, women have well paid jobs and successful lifestyles, with good careers because of these women, that helped shape are society and changed what ...view middle of the document...
One important woman, who played a huge role in “Women Right Movement,” was Francis Wright, a Scottish journalist that gave a voice to women to fight for equality. Another person that also impacted the nation for civic and equal rights was Rosa Park. Rosa Park refused to give up her seat to a white man on a Montgomery, Alabama, city bus in 1955; even though she got arrested, she helped initiate the civil rights movement that ended discrimination against color. As a result, over the next half-century, Parks became a nationally recognized symbol of dignity and strength in the struggle to end entrenched racial segregation. Therefore, women disserve to be treated equally, because they have shaped are nation and should be respected equally as men for everything they done that help shape are nation for the better.
Last of all, women have impacted are nation in different ways, like Francis Wright and Rosa Park, who both gave voices to the people to stand up for what is right. These women kept fighting for what they believed was right, by proving we are equal as one. In addition, in the article of “Women’s Right: Then and Now,” said that women have been...