In previous years, generations ago, women were considered the property of the husband or father to whom they belonged. Now, as we progress in the 21st century, women have stood out and are an integral part of society and politics, on an equal footing with men.
In the past, women were considered to belong to their husbands or fathers, and now they are CEO of large corporations. Today, women are a significant part of society, with women in jobs as judges, senators, congress, and even governors.
This achievement would have been highly surprising until twenty years ago. These positions were not previously possible, with the need for a broad social reform to bring about this change.
In previous years, women could only work on the family farm or be a teacher instead of having experience in practical situations.
Women were expected to marry until late adolescence and be neglected in conversations as unable to contribute anything worthwhile. When the elections started, women were not allowed to vote.
They barely had the right to manage their own homes. As society progressed, we saw women moving from the end of the line to the front of the public eye, increasingly occupying positions of authority and respect.
Now more women than ever before are working outside the home and proving their worth without a man to hold them.
Many women are choosing not to get married and also have no children, although experts are suggesting that this will have implications for future generations.
With the effort towards women’s rights, there have also been efforts to expand the rights of the lesbian community. More women are advancing in the struggle for reasons that are due and due to them, alongside those already offered to the gay male community.
Women have been paying taxes for as long as men, and there are daily struggles and struggles to overcome the problems and oppression that women face, especially within the gay community, to level this injustice.
Even in today’s society and moving away from sexism, there is still a noticeable difference in the amount of money a man earns compared to the amount of money a woman receives for the same job.
This, regardless of experience, training, and education, as many employers still feel that women are not competent to work in a competitive environment.
There are always significant differences in the way problems are treated, and there seem to be new differences appearing every day.
As society adapts is the vital part, we are on the verge of the first woman in history, winning a democratic candidacy for the Presidency, and this is the ideal time for women. We are in the days, weeks, months, and years after the Clinton presidency.
Since then, Hillary Rodham Clinton has set an exceptional example for women, stepping out from behind her husband’s shadow and making a name for herself in the political arena.
With its impact on the upcoming presidential elections still unknown, it will be interesting to see the effect it has on women’s rights in the domestic market and around the world.
Women struggle and struggle every day to prove their worth, but with each passing day a small victory for women’s rights, we show every day that we are a force to be addressed.
Many people look forward to the day when men and women are honestly treated as equals. It may be two days from now or maybe 20 years from now, but it is a work in progress and will be done.
Working together with the community as a whole, and avoiding a destructive point of view, women can promote their interests, as well as men, and create a genuinely equitable environment.