Women In Hanna Rosin's The End Of Men

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Us as women have always been looked at as the lessers of the human race. We were always made out to be the weaker humans. When in reality we can handle just as much as a man can if not more. In an article called “ Bad Feminist: Take One,” the author Roxane Gay writes,”The rules are always different for girls no matter who they are and no matter what they do,” This article is (supported/refuted/complicated) by an article called “The End of Men,” by Hanna Rosin. Women achieving higher status in society has not put them equal to their male counterparts. Women in general don’t get the respect they deserve for the positions they earn fairly. “‘What is our role? Everyone’s telling us we’re supposed to be the head of a nuclear family, so you feel…show more content…
Rosin writes about the jobs women are taking from men, “Men dominate just two of the 15 job categories projected to grow the most over the next decade: janitor and computer engineer. Women have everything else—nursing, home health assistance, child care, food preparation. Many of the new jobs, says Heather Boushey of the Center for American Progress, ‘replace the things that women used to do in the home for free.’”(Rosin 55). Here it’s very clear that women are taking over the workforce. Most of the jobs that occupy the workforce.are jobs that women have been forced to do since forever. Taking care of children, or nursing the sick, making food for people. All in all women are taking over the jobs everywhere. We as women should be happy with staying in the house gay states, “Good women bear children and stay home to raise those children without complaint,”(Gay 44). As women we should be content with staying inside and doing any household chores that need to be completed. Unfortunately that is no longer the case, women have evolved to the point where we can do a job just as good as a man can. Both Gay and Rosin make it obvious that women were meant for more than just staying at home and taking care of the kids and cleaning a the house, but once again it is proven that the rules are different for women than it is for men. Women have to constantly prove that we are just as good as men and that we can do anything men can

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