Response to Argument
Since the beginning of time, the world has put a stereotype on what men roles should be and what women roles. For many generations the men have been known as “superior,” this article describes the declaration that brings the rights between men and woman to become equal. The article uses human rights to help strengthen the points of why woman and men should have equal rights and one should not be known as superior to the other. It also discusses the difference with private and public abuses done to women and how it violates women’s rights and demolishes the equalization women deserve.
The writer of this article uses cultures, conventions, and human rights of woman to show their argument “women’s rights activist, or feminist, have long argued that in order to end women’s subordination and discrimination, there must be agreement that ‘culture’ is not valid justification for gender inequality.” This agreement is discussed throughout the article through the use of human rights declarations. There are many agreement topics in this article that can be narrowed down and discussed, but the argument that stood out is the argument that was been going on for years about woman rights and their equalization to men in society.
The argument of weather or not the rights of woman was being the least attendant to the people of the government is brought up in this article. “They identify the ‘first generation rights’ of civil and political rights as the most valued in an international framework, while also being the least attendant to women’s’ lives.” It should not be something “being the least attendant” the equal rights for women should be a priority to the people and the people should disagree with the fact that it is put on the back burner. It is great that the first generation rights care about the civil and political rights and I believe those should not be set aside to improve the rights of women, but the should not be put in front of the...