Females have come a long way since the early 1920s. They have
slowly began to take a different approach to the male outlook of themselves.
Many women today have found inner beauty as another 'boost' of self
confidence. However, in the early nineteen Sadly, men has had a
tremendous amount of persuasion to contribute to this fact. As long as a
woman had a pretty face, she would have a man to take care of her. This
did little for real communication.

I once read a literary about a woman named Gladys Bell. One of the
first 'feminist' of the century. She began her 'journey' as many women
did and still do, as a woman only having goals emphasized on her mate.
First, as a young lady trying ...

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married at a young age. A man to
take care of their needs, but did they really?

With that question, I bring about the topic of feminism. Were
women totally unparalell then with today's working woman? A question
often asked, but never really dissolved. My point in tact would be women
were basically the same emotionally, but had a greater demand to be
socially and politically correct. In doing so, men were predominant with
their wives. The goal of the female then being fulfilled and socially
constituted with means of constructivism.

Gladys Bell brought about many questions of her time and somewhat
enabled subjugation of oppressed groups of women, feminists. In the
traditional train of thought, feminism doesn't mean "Girl Power," if you
will. Feminism is the female right to move 'freely' throughout mankind
and be in control of their thinking and actions. Free will, as some may
want to execute.

Women were rarely 'permitted' to speak without being asked a
question ...

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