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A Vindication of the Rights of Woman was written over 200 years ago However if it were not for some of the language clues I quite possibly could have been led to believe that this paper was written yesterday Women today are still struggling with the issues spoke of in the paper Wollstonecraft compares woman to the flowers planted in too rich a soil its strength and usefulness are sacrificed to beauty Just as a womans physical and mental strength were handicapped then Corsets and petticoats kept women in bondage while creating a look concurrent with the style of the times Girls are taught to be subservient to all men as young children curbing any independence before the girl can get out of control In todays time we have cosmetic surgery and wonder-bras to help women attract men And we have magazines and television shows telling us that women are simply sex slaves that might be allowed to work during the day if it is convenient for her spouse Women are anxious to inspire love when they ought to cherish a nobler ambition and by their abilities and virtues exact respect Even today some of the brightest women I know would rather spend the night flirting with some dunce than let on that they might actually have a brain and find a guy worth talking to People say old habits die hard and dependence even if a false dependence is definitely a habit we as women need to kick While Wollstencraft admits believing that men are physically stronger she just as strongly believes that a womans brain is equal to that of a mans In saying this she tries to convey that women will never be able to live without men completely but that women should not allow themselves to believe they are of any less value than men simply because they do not embody brute strength Wollstencraft describes her fellow women as
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