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It is disturbing to see that in society today I see as many unjust women as men Most women have declared that women and men should have equal rights and I as a woman have to agree However many women today are abusing their rights for their benefit What happened to equal rights We may have equality in rights but we are not created equal yet in some situations eg in the workplace many women lash out their anger and blame men We are put on earth to do different things We are built differently and we think differently Naturally women and men will have disagreements now and then However women must recognize that misusing their rights to take revenge for what men did in the past will not solve anything Many women still believe that most men today view women as inferior but when the fight for equality becomes distorted women can be as sexist prejudice and biased as men Many men have subtly degraded women for many years Its either that many women do not notice it or choose to look the other way In the essay Invisible Women Yun Yung Choi explains how one man Confucius changed the lives of women for the worse in Korea Choi states Throughout the first half of Koryo period which lasted from 918 to 1392 and throughout the Yi dynasty women were important and contributing members of their society and not marginal and dependent as they later became Women were in large extent in command of their own lives She also states With the introduction of Confucianism however the rights and privileges that women enjoyed were confiscated 187 In her essay Choi quotes from Confucian proverbs such as Men are honored but women are abased and A daughter is a robber women who carries household wealth away when she marries 187 Still today many men have the same thoughts that Confucius had I have worked with
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