“Sexism in Language”
The overall theme of “Sexism in Language” is how the way we speak, whether it is a conscious realization or not, places women in a position that is subordinate to men. Three main points are brought up in this film. These are: words people use that convey the misguided notion that men are superior to women, how children are socialized into this idea from a very young age, and the change that
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within language to account for the changing times. Women are no longer supposed to be the homemakers. In fact, sometimes it is crucial for both the man and the women of a house to work in order to pay the bills and eat. For women to take on this role comfortably, they need to feel accepted and with masculine terms used everywhere women do not always feel as if they are a part of something.