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Even today being a woman itself is a disadvantage in most contemporary society As a woman we are not allowed to make the first move on men or we would have been seen as easy A single woman with power in a company is likely to be laughed at for being too unfeminine to be liked by any man A single woman is always pressured to find herself a man and settle down even if that is not what she wants It is often assumed that women need to feel secure and a woman who does not marry is deemed to be daring insecurity However finding a man and settling down may be the worst decision she will ever make for it would change her life forever and not necessarily for the better I will show by describing the life of married women in general that marriage is indeed one of the most oppressive institutions for contemporary women This may not be true of the life of every married woman although I believe it does apply to many Housework has always been thought of as the work of women for many years now This is a role assigned to women by society because of their sex We have from the time of our birth been guided towards roles designated for our particular sexes by parents teachers our peers the media and even the law It is sometimes held that sex roles are inevitable due to the different psychology of females and males If such role designation is indeed inevitable why should we be directed if in the end nature was going to take its own course and set us in our role Some may argue that because of this psychological difference members of each sex would be happier and more efficient in the roles designated for them This theory however neglected to look into the possibilities of overlaps A trade normally associated with
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