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Woman's Contribution In Starship Troopers

Summary: In Heinlien's controversial novel Starship Troopers women play a significant role in everyday life.
Women play a significant role in everyday society. In the twenty first-century woman are considered equal to men in many perspectives although sometimes woman can be looked down upon. Women do many jobs that men do, they can be firefighters, policewoman and even enroll in the army with no hassles. In the fifties these jobs were only for men and men ruled society. Women were supposed to clean the house, watch the kids, cook and wear their pearl necklaces while vacuuming. Robert A. Heinlein did not take these elements into consideration while writing his controversial novel Starship Troopers. Heinlein wanted to portray woman as being equal or even better then men. Women were looked higher upon than the men were in the science-fiction classic Starship Troopers.

"He ignored us. He managed to bow while sitting down and said, Good morning young lady, what can I do for you...

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