Women's rights

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English coursework: non-fictional                                          

                                             

                                            Women’s rights

If we look at the world today, many accomplishments in women’s rights have occurred since the last century. Although these exterior changes have been a great advantage to women’s claims and essential rights, the principle of this partiality still remains upon our society. Unfortunately, the belief that men are superior to women still exists in the 21st century. It is true that in nineteenth-century Britain and the former world, women were socially dependant on men and were expected to obey them due to their inferior legal rights, but surely this shallow stereotyping could not exist in the “modern” world we live in today?

Millions of woman throughout the world live in conditions of abject deprivation of, and attacks against their fundamental human rights for no other reason then they are women. Yes, the appalling discrimination still continues today. It is like an old foe with new dress that still lies upon our society. Many people still have an irrational hostility towards women, especially when it comes to accepting modern culture and ethics.  In my opinion, the only thing that explains why some people are so against the development of women; is their pathetic intimidation by women’s high intelligence and well-adapted civilization.

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I’m going to talk to you about some of the most common areas in which women’s rights are discriminated, regardless of what age or culture they are in. The fact that women are obviously structured to be the weaker of the sexes, has been purely taken advantage of and lead to appalling violence against them for centuries.

Women from all around the world go through physical, sexual, and psychological violence occurring in the family or general community. Although this prejudice mostly seems to happen in Eastern or Muslim countries, where religion is law, but surprisingly it also ...

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