Women gave birth to us. Without them we wouldn’t be here today. To think of it there aren't as many women throughout history that we tribute to men. Furthermore we think everything is for men. Like superheroes or the word “mankind.” Why isn’t that women aren’t as credible as men? Well I asked some of my classmates there opinion?
Aliyah Path is a classmate of mines. Her view of women's equality is that it’s unfair. The paying wage difference between men and women is unreasonable.Women are not equal to men. “We go through harder things and have more challenges than men yet the reward for succeeding is nothing compared to men.” What she means is that women are more likely to go through hardships like violence, diseases and trauma than men. Women get treated wrong and looked down upon in society.
Jaime Gonzalez is an energetic classmate of minds. His view of women’s equality in today's world is that it’s good. “There isn’t a huge difference in rights between women and men now.” he said. There still are huge inequalities between men and women. But Women accomplished a lot with with their resistance. Women are able to vote, get jobs and now are able to serve and protect our country. Jaime goes on and says that men are the dominant species how ever we give as much rights to women as do ourselves. Jaime does make a good point because there is no doubt that men have more privileges than women.
My friend Sunny’s perspective on this topic is that they should have all the same rights as men. “Their rights should be viewed the same as men and not viewed just because they are women. Some people feel that women aren’t as strong or as smart as men so they don’t give them as much respect. Give women a chance to prove that they can do the same as men.” Sunny expressed very deeply about this topic. It’s because his family is muslim and the recent lessons in class talk about how bad women get treated through the extremists. And it makes him feel bad because his family is nowhere like that.
This goes back when humans were only in Africa. Men believed that they are superior to women and it is simply not like that. It’s sexism that influences us. Terms like “You throw like a girl.” are meaningless and proven wrong. We can’t live without each other and it’s as simple as that.