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I will pay for the following essay Women of The 18th/19th Century. The essay is to be 4 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.Download file to see previous page
I will pay for the following essay Women of The 18th/19th Century. The essay is to be 4 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.Download file to see previous pages...
The researcher states that in the 18th century, women were considered as objects or slaves, existing to serve men’s needs and desires. They were not accepted as persons with feelings and intelligence. This essay discusses the possibility of equality between the sexes, that was not even being considered then as women were practically slaves to men. Men held all of women’s possessions as their own. Also, women’s lives were almost meaningless and men could do whatever with their bodies without being charged for it. The researcher mentiones that women of the 1800's did many things that led up to women's recognition of equality in the 1900's. These women fought, so that they could have rights in equality, to be treated as human beings. The most common issue then was about poverty, because many women could not keep their own wages, children and sometimes even themselves. Women in the early 1800's were not supposed to be involved in politics. Men proclaimed that women were too emotional and that they could not handle the extra stress. Education and job opportunities were very limited until women began to stand up and speak out for their rights. Whether they are young or old, everyone did something that led up to equality. The researcher then concluds his study and states that in 18th century even if it was something little like refusing to marry who your father wants you to, that is one step to equality, because that is saying that you have a mind of your own and that you should be able to choose who you will marry.