Malala Yousafzai: How Girls Run The World

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Girls Run the World Society is socially formed around men. Men have been superior to women for many years. Men are stereotyped as breadwinners, and women are stereotyped as homemakers. However, today women are starting to make the change into the female dominance or female supremacy. Women around the world are fighting for the rights that they deserve for being human. One person at a time can help change women’s rights, which then can make true change in human rights. A woman who has done just that is Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani schoolgirl who stood up to the Taliban and defended her right to an education. Malala’s speech at the United Nations states, “I raise up my voice -- not so I can shout but so that those without a voice can be heard... [Women] cannot succeed when half of us are held back” (Yousafzai). For instance, women are running for president, women are going to college to be lawyers and doctors (Embree, November 4, 2015). This is breaking the status quo allowing women to start to dominate, making a new world for young generations to explore and expand. Some explanations to female supremacy are cultural relativism and feminism view. To begin, cultural relativism relates to female supremacy because all women…show more content…
Many women have stepped up to the plate to make a change in society to make women supremacy. Here are just a few women who have started making a change in women’s rights: Malala Yousafzai, who fought for women’s education in Pakistan, Amelia Earhart, who broke the gender inequality barrier and was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic. In addition, Rosa Parks a strong advocate for human rights issues, Victoria Woodhull the first woman to be nominated and campaign for the U.S. presidency and many more women still to come to make a change (Important Women Through History). The women supremacy has come a long way, however it has a long way still to
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