Women's suffrage Essay | To Kill a Dream

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To Kill a Dream

Summary: Women have escaped from the oppression, bondage perhaps, of their reliance on men. Women no longer have to surrender themselves to solitary role in family life as the mother. It is killing person's dreams; it is not allowing women to have dreams.
Countless numbers of women are currently living in an environment with little to no basic human rights, rights that they do not receive because they are women. For many people, female inequality is easily overlooked, predominantly by the male population. But when, like in Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Peru, Russia, and South Africa, you become a victims of domestic abuse as do many your neighbors; when you see that your people have a drastically lower mortality rate, like women in areas in North Africa and in Asia, including China and South Asia do; when like in America, many discriminate against and attack you in school because you do not conform to accepted standards of behavior; when as a child you are constantly being are pushed to conform to a global bias; when you lose a job opportunity based on a ignorant stereotype; when your country discriminates against you...

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