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A Domesticated Woman Before women take part in a family they experience the freedoms of individuality Once they become married or have a child their liberties are taken away The wife or mother does not have only her life to take care of after that time but she also cares for the lives of the whole family Her needs and wants are then locked away behind the responsibilities to the family A womens first priority in life should be to care for her family however a mother needs a break from her responsibilities and deserves an equal amount of privileges that the husband enjoys A women should put her family responsibilities before herself but at times deserves time off to live her life also Most of the time responsibilities take over the lives of women Women become domesticated by becoming trapped in a cage in which they cannot experience any freedom as Potter says this bear was bored Caged and crazy she paced endlessly back and forth For her there was no escape As for me I was trying to figure out who held the key 150 Secondly a woman has no time in which she can live her own life She has no time or even ability to take the time out of her day to treat herself to something Finally even when a women does get a break she has to perform twice the responsibilities as normal before she gets it Potter shows this in her essay by saying that I had to beg barter and buy two weeks worth of child Cordova 2 care for my two bigger boys and hand my baby over to my mother 151 A vacation from the stressful responsibilities relieves a womans weary mind and even body Although a wife should accept her husbands authority she deserves equality of privileges in the marriage First a husband can always get out of the house if he
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