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Many people may not realize it but conformity has become a big problem in some of the societies in the world Take the Middle East for example They cover the women in black clothing from head to toe when it is practically 10o degrees there all the time Plus they act like the women dont even have a voice and they have more than one wife at a time They act like women are just a toy and they dont matter The terrible part is that the women are okay with it and they go along with it If that isnt conformity I dont know what is What do you think What is conformityIn the story Initiation by Silvia Plath Millicent is a teenage girl who is pressured to join a high school sorority Over the course of the story Millicent has a series of epiphanies that show her the value of being herself over conforming to what the sorority wants her to do The first difficult decision Millicent faces is choosing between her longtime friend Tracy or her new friends It wont be any different with us Tracy Millicent had told her Early in the story Millicent says to Tracy Well still go around together like we always have and next year youll surely get in Tracy then replies I know but even soyoull change whether you think you will or not Nothing ever stays the same Millicent is working to reassure Tracy in this quote but Tracy is doubtful Bev makes Millicent perform a humiliating task of asking people on a public bus what they had to eat for breakfast that morning A strange little man in a green suit tells her he had Heather birds eye brows on toast Millicent experiences an epiphany when she thinks Really you didnt have to belong to a club to feel related to other human beings The little man makes Millicent realize that she can be
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