It just advices women to use the hijab as an act of obedience to God. Secondly, women wearing hijabs become a very visible sign of Islam. While Muslim men can blend easily into any society, Muslim women are often put on the line and forced to defend not only their decision or not to cover their bodies but also their religion. Thirdly, women who use the hijab lose their identity as women because they cannot dress appropriately according to their gender. It is not certain that the hijab frees women from being seen as sexual objects of desire or from being valued for their looks or body shape.
But some people with the entrenched mindsets make religion an excuse to prevent driving .It does not say any thing in Qur’an about that . So religion can not be blamed for women’s lack of rights . The Qur’an does order us to do things . One example for that , is wearing a costume for the women to cover her against foreigners and that is called an Abaya . This costume ( Abaya ) has been known from long time in the Islamic world .
Restricted by Their Beliefs Elias Monsalve “I attest that this paper upholds the Manhattan College Honor Code as well as the expectations of and responsibilities for academic integrity outlined in The Community Standards Handbook.” Elias Monsalve Elias Monsalve April 15, 2014 Religion 110 Section 06 Dr. Shefferman Restricted by Their Beliefs History has revealed to us that women have been treated unequally up until the early 20th century in The United States, and other countries have followed in our footsteps. Although all this good is happening, Islam tends to restrict opportunities to women of all ages. The Middle East is a cultural region full of rich history, but does not see forward progress due to restrictions placed on women for employment, education, and even lifestyle. It is not only just that women are treated equally but a moral obligation to mankind. Whether you are a devote Jew, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist or atheist, it is a human beings right to get an education, work where her heart pleases her, marry who she wants, or even be allowed to wear what clothes she desires.
I agree with Sheets-Johnstone’s claim that “women inspire male sexual desire simply by existing.” In the twenty first centuries, targeting western culture, women are constantly examined by men based alone on their outward appearance. A woman can be reduced to only to certain body parts such as the genitalia. This is because a woman’s appearance alone can cause a male to become aroused which naturally leads to this kind of degradation. The woman as a whole is basically forgotten. Because it is common for men to behave in this manner, it is almost routine for a woman to be appeasing to a man for approval.
Everything seems to be contemporary, where gender issues would not be a problem, but when the viewer should peel back the layers of the show, it would not take long to see that Heroes relies on traditional stereotypes in terms of the gender lines of protection. Although it’s my opinion, and I am not the quintessential chauvinist in any way, I think that there are two sides to this matter. Those women who like the idea of being protected and those who want to stand up alone for themselves. Meaning, while the female and male characters may possess equal powers, but the
Clearly the way to get beautiful women is to ignore them, perhaps mistreat them" (272). The ad Kilbounre is describing is similar to the picture in the Bebe ad, and she is trying to make women see just how degrading these images are. The woman in the Bebe ad is very desperately attempting to get the man's attention by leaning on him and focusing her attention on him, but he doesn't seem interested. The image is posed like that to show superiority and power that men supposedly have over women. This teaches women that they need to constantly dote on the man, whether he pays attention or not.
some people would say the the reiligion is offensive and opressive towards women. some would say that the religion is even slave like towards women. however the women and men that particepate in the islamic religion would say that islam for women has been viewed wrong and that actually egalitaran, specially on its veiws about the sexs. some of the islamic followers would say more than Judaism and or Christianity. conventional veiws suggest that the west sees women of islam as a opressive object instead of a counterpart , in the islamic movement.
Feminists see the abortion debate as unfair because it gives men the opportunity to decide how much control a woman really has on her own body, and there have never been laws to regulate men’s bodies. A key value of the feminist movement is also the freedom of choice that is considered more acceptable for men than for women. Feminists want women to be able to choose between first pursuing a career or raising a family, dressing modestly or revealingly, and adhering to traditional gender roles or paying no attention to the roles entirely. The movement promotes the acceptance of the unpopular opinions and the unusual, on the basis that they are not seriously harmful to
But in the west this statement is misinterpreted which shows specific issues and differences. These differences is where the stereotype of Islam being assessed of teaching the oppression of woman. * This stereotyping does come from these laws of the west from the misinterpreted understanding of the Qur’an, the rights they enforce are a woman’s testimony is only half or a man’s, that woman are cheated out of half of their inheritance, that the Qur’an allows wide beating, that men can divorce on a whim and have four wives, and that Islam promotes unfair isolation. * Women are unfairly assessed with these misinterpreted rights from the west. It is very rare but it some households wife beating does occur, but that is due to the same misinterpretations from out west.
Part Bad. That’s Man’s Essence.” The intended message of the ad appears to be that if men use Axe Essence body spray, they will attract sexy women in lingerie, and will lust for those women over their ordinary girlfriends. By being able to attract such beautiful women by using the Axe Essence body spray, men will feel better about their self image, have better relationships, appear to be more successful in life, and therefore be more happy and content. An ideological analysis of this advertisement reveals that there are unintentional cultural messages embedded throughout the ad, one such being the sexualization of women. This Axe advertisement shows the sexualization of women by emphasizing the extreme sexuality of women and how it attracts all men.