In the end, regardless of my personal misgivings, I think this is a nice little collection of essays that realistically portrays the history of a big-name Second Wave feminist. Individual self-reliance[ edit ] We are independent, capable of change and of being rational.
Many women played key roles in the fight for women 's rights through speeches, marches, and much more. They are the justifications and prerogatives that are universally granted to women and girls.
For years, women around the world have been fighting for a stronger voice, and to be respected just as much as the man standing next to them. At first, I was delighted that finally there is a place where women get respects and attention, but after a few research, my perspective started to change.
The women were destined to live a life of a house wife, she was only seen competent enough in society to raise and educate kids and take care of her household. My top venues to insist equality in are the law, workplace, and home. He theorises that most men will vote for those MPs who will subordinate women, therefore women must be allowed to vote to protect their own interests.
Companies should be required to allocate a certain percentage of these positions to women. I do not agree with this opinion.
Therefore, it is logical to share household tasks evenly between men and women. Mill's essay is clearly utilitarian in nature on three counts: The immediate greater good,  the enrichment of society,  and individual development. But in and before, women did not have rights.