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    patients are women; Amma herself in only one of few female healers in the region (Flueckiger,

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    argue that the Mexican culture through the medium of tradition and media are assembling a society in which woman, from the moment they are born, bear a life of parental and marital submission. Moreover, in the Woman Hollering Creek, Cisneros exposes the story of Cleofilas Hernandez. Cisneros unveils parental submission in Cleofilas’ life on the first page. Cisneros writes, “The day Don Serafin gave Juan Pedro Martinez Sanchez permission to take Cleofilas Enriqueta DeLeon Hernandez as his bride…” (Cisneros

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    Poussin's Rape of the Sabines, Titian's Rape of Europa, or other paintings depict an assailant, commonly a Greek or Roman god or hero, raping a female in a beautiful and “heroic love”manner. This type of image also viewed as a "heroic" rape, has always received considerable attention. Initially from Greek mythology, the story of Castor and Pollux is an anecdote of the great twin brethren interested in two beautiful daughters, Phoebe and Hilaeira, as their wives. Disregarding the fact that these girls

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    From Submission to Equally: The Struggle Continues Women as social agent played a secondary role in the middle ages. That condition keeps them away from any participation in the direct taking of decisions. A special feature on women was strongly marked from the moment itself of their birth, not only by the social status to which they belonged, but for the genre. Women’s role was always relegated to their husbands to whom they owed submission and obedience. Therefore, the female status remained on

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    Throughout history, women have been constantly objectified and forced into submission by a male dominated society. Simone de Beauvoir’s philosophical work, The Second Sex, echoes this intense oppression of women and reflects the first wave feminist movement. Her existentialist decoding of genders resulted in the idea of the Other, which explores the phenomenon that women are forced into the role of an object, while men are the subject. In the second chapter of The Second Sex, “The Girl”, Beauvoir

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    I think that the comportment books maybe more of a men' reflections to restrict women's small freedom. Through this books women were domestically educated to maintain the traditions of women in society. So, they could gain knowledge on how to modestly behave in a lot of societal aspects such as social class, marriage and in terms of education. The purpose of males trough this books were created to obligate women to maintain her submissive wifely position inside the house as well as in the church

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    Why not Women? Women have been repressed for a long period of history. Only recently have women started to gain respect as equals and individuals. While women’s rights have advanced in many ways in the past 50 years alone, it is obvious that there is a significant disconnect in the advancement of women in the church. The promotion of gender equality is a slow and painful process, and has barely begun to progress worldwide. Attitudes towards women as leaders in the church, and in religion in general

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    Beast and Fifty Shades of Grey written by E. L. James, the male figure is portrayed as beast like and dangerous whereas on the contrary the female is vulnerable and submissive to the male. Both Beauty and Anastasia are in patriarchal relationships and give into the desires of the dominant male figure in their lives and this creates a lack of power for the female gender. Throughout Beaumont’s version of Beauty and the Beast the idea of a patriarchal relationship was evident between Beauty and the

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    gender and/or female sexuality in their texts by mainly focusing on the female body. By exploring the sexuality of females, authors were able to contemplate complex issues of morality and identity. Authors such as John Wilmot, Aphra Behn, and Eliza Haywood used their works to suggest the double standards aids our understanding of power relations between the sexes in the household, and political and religious affairs. Each of these authors portrays feminine sexuality and the female body in different

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    church and the prohibition of them evangelizing. Scripture tells us that women are to remain quiet in church, “As in all the congregations of the saints, women should remain silent in the churches. They are not allowed to speak, but must be in submission, as the Law says. If they want to inquire about something, they should ask their own husbands at home; for it is disgraceful for a woman to speak in the church.” (1 Corinthians 14:33-35), but Christ asks each of us, as Christians to spread the Good

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