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SOC/ WGST 1360 31 August 2007 1. To me, being a female means being a strong individual who is able to handle many obstacles with patience, love, and sensitivity. A female is nurturing and can conform to any situation that comes her way. A female can teach and instruct anything, and is the prime provider for mankind. The female puts many before herself and tries to make sure people around her are happy. The female is the center of family, and an integral part of organization for society. Without the female, families could not continue to grow, society could not continue to evolve, and man would not have a companion. To me, a male means being a strong individual who is able to provide for his family while also instilling the values…show more content…
My position on this issue is that we are still very unequal and that society will never allow women to gain access to all of the things that men are entitled to. I am not sure why this inequality is so prevalent in this society, but I do not see it changing anytime soon. I believe the world will try this issue in the upcoming presidential election. If a woman wins then maybe society is justified in their argument that we have changed as a society. I believe that the world has a sexist view on what all women should be or do, and we have not been given the opportunity to show that just as well as we can clean a home, we can run a multi-billion corporation, or run a nation, or revolutionize the world. Women are powerful and just as capable of doing things in this world as men…show more content…
I do believe that my personal experiences and the experiences of others have allowed me to choose to say what I feel that a woman should be or all that she means as well as the issues that she faces. When it comes to gender, I think that inequality is one of the major issues that brings all women together. If we as women can continue to unite I believe that we will bring an awareness that will bring an end to our injustice and create a movement in which women can prosper and illuminate in the eyes of all mankind. Girl power is what we need
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