Crossing The Barriers Emily Stowe

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CROSSING THE BARRIERS: EMILY STOWE Since the beginning of time women have been trying to define their place in society, demanding equality and justice. Through legal and political battles, various women's movements, marches and protests this great task has been nearly accomplished. In the latter part of the 18th century, women were generally classified as delicate, unintelligent creatures. If the necessity arose for a women to be employed they were classified a lower, poorer part …

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…women means the elimination of sexism in all areas and particularly in the legal system, in the organization of social production, in the perception and treatment of women's bodies, and in the arts, sciences, education and mass media. This may sound like a unrealistic goal but if one woman could influence a whole country the way Emily Stowe did, I believe one day we could and will have a equal relationship of men and women.