The Changing Role of Women Essay

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Ryan Mr. G Theology II - 7 January 10, 2013 Changing Role of Women The way, in which women are seen today, in America, is very different from the way they were seen two hundred years ago. Back then women were not allowed to speak as often as they would have liked to. They were expected to be caregivers, have and raise children, and do household duties such as cleaning and cooking for the family. Basically that was a women's typical role, men were constantly seen as being way above women, so therefore they would always be the ones who commanded or had the final word in what would be done. Women were seen as passive and weak, and not as able to accomplish physically or mentally all that men could. This is in complete contrast from the way in which society sees women today. In this country, women have the ability and choice to create their own lives, own businesses, become what they've always dreamed, speak their minds, or balance a family and a career. If we put in the effort we are able to accomplish all a man can accomplish, or maybe even more. It is important to look back upon history and value the actions taken by women in the 19th and 20th century to get society to where we are today. It is also crucial that we look at the events that took place, because the progress that women have made has been extraordinary in the last
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