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The Woman’s Struggle to Be Equal

Introduction to Ethics & Social Responsibility (GSG1414H)

Ashford University

May 5, 2014

For many years women have been fighting for the right to be treated equal no matter which country they live in every woman struggle to be treated equal. Women have fought for the right of many things such as the right to vote, the right to work, and the right to a proper education. The more women gain a step in the right direction to accomplish to become equal with men the more they realize they can accomplish much more things in life. Over the many decades of fighting for more rights; women have come from staying at home and tending to the kids and the house to going out in the world and being able to hold high position jobs in order to help support their families. Women have realized they can be anything they possible want to be as long as they fight for it. The United States has come a long way with women equality and still has a long way to go, but there are so many other countries that still have a long way to go in order for women to gain any steps of becoming equal to men.
For many years women were expected to stay at home and take care of the children while letting their husband bring home the pay check in order to support the family. Most of the women were dominated by the man of the house; providing whatever the man told them to do, the food was to be on the table when they came home from work, the house was to be cleaned, the kids needs where to be taken care of and anything else that needed to be handled was to be done by the time the husband was to come home from work. “At one point in time women were not even recognized as to have their own mind and a right to their own thoughts (mdscoggins, 2010).” It was considered the man’s job to go to work out of the house and earn the money to support the household. There may have been many women that felt it was ok with this type of...

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