Words taken from my BFF, Beyonce; I have learned that women are dehmanized in the eyes of men, are still treated unfairly in the workforce and that it seems okay for girls to stay uneducated. I don’t know about you, but I would like a world were values of a lady boosts up.
First, women are made with a certain anatomy that lure guys into very sexual motions towards her. Many women use that to thier advantage strategically ie. Queen Cleopatra, Nicki Minaj, and even the Queen of Englan in the 15th centry. However, today, girls have no respect anymore. They think that having a big butt or big boobs is much better than being intelligent.It stumps their mentality of finding a suitable mate. It makes women look like prey to men and we openly set ourselves up for the trap. Looking good is not the most important thing in the world, the number of likes you get on instagram is not that important, we need to prioritize the mind of young minds today into having goals, ambitions, and self worth. What we teach our children today, will form their character tomorrow.
Secondly, it may seem that politically society can’t refuse a women a job just because of her gender, even though both candidates have the same qualifications. BUt once a women enters a field of work she can’t be tested to her full ability as she doesn’t ge as big as a workload or even gets payed less. It is unfair and hurts the confidence of some individuals who actually have the initiative to obtain careers/jobs.
Lastly, education seems like a last resort in lifef for some young girls. Intelligence is what gets you far in life, and not having any type of common sense for the little actions they do highlights the decline of self worth. And current socirty allows for this. For example, when you interrupt a girl’s school day to force her to chnage clothes or to send her home because her shorts are short, or her bra straps are visible, you are telling her that hiding her body is more important than her education. You are telling her that making sure boys have a distraction-free learning environment is more important than her education. You are telling her that boys are more entitled to an education than she is. Does that seem right??
We need to act toward this or everyhting will fall.