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(2) How expectations changed because of gender stereotypes in modern society


Women's rights movement, also called the women's liberation movement, was a diverse social movement that demanded that women have fundamental human rights and be equals with men.

Many people didn't see this as a credible idea and an idea worth pursuing, barely any men agreed with this movement. Women were on their own, but many activists in antislavery and other vital topics helped. These were Lucy Stone, Susan B. Anthony, Matilda Joslyn Gage, Abby Kelley Foster, and Sojourner Truth are among the most well known. Angelina Grimke and her sister, Sarah Grimke worked for women's rights after a career as antislavery lecturers.


Gender in the 21st century has been a controversial topic. Women's rights have been established after the women's rights and women's suffrage movement, but some men these days do not respect all the people who suffered in that movement and have perverted the movement's idea.


Some men refuse to respect the world's new order and have still treated women poorly and disgustingly; this is the main contribution to men's stereotypes. Who has been undermined and verbally bombarded by all people based upon inappropriate and unacceptable men.


Bigots are an essential role for the women's rights movement because their negativity and prejudice only make the women's rights movement more robust. With the movement developing more potent, the more critical it is for women to have a voice and demand change in this new era that has drastically changed for the better or, the worse of humanity.


Naive people base a whole group of people; people assume that all men are bad because some men commit unspeakable acts. They believe that every single man on Earth is the same. That there aren't good people in this world; They are misinformed.


The women's rights movement is all about living a life free of discrimination and violence; to enjoy the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health; to be educated; to own property; to vote, and to earn an equal wage.

Women deserve fundamental rights and should have by now, but some still feel the need to deny them this.





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