What makes a woman a woman? What allows a woman her respect? What does a woman deserve? Whom should a woman listen to? Whom should a woman become? What should a woman follow? How should a woman act? When should a woman stand her ground? Why should a woman be a woman?
A Woman, Not an Object
Media vs. Women
Women are often judged of the way they present themselves. People in general are judged based on appearance. The media has given women a fashion mirror to idol looks and appearances that even a Celebrity wouldn’t rock shopping at a grocery store. So if a celebrity wouldn’t wear such attire as they would in a music video to places out in public, why are many women doing such.
Quote: “A fifth of the broad cross-section of the Scottish population (700 interviewees) who took part in research carried out by Progressive on behalf of Rape Crisis Scotland in August 2007 believed that women contribute to rape if they wear revealing clothing.”
Woman vs. Self
Many women faces a lack of self confidence and self acceptance. They tend to view themselves below their expectations. These expectations may derive from women comparing themselves with other women, men’s interests in a woman, the media, or even false examples in the mind.
Sometimes a woman can play the role of “Knowing it all.” We grant ourselves the belief that any fact is obtained already and that we are proven right at any objection or statement we make. As that saying goes, “ A woman is always right.” This is not an agreeing statement that the woman is by sense far right than a man, but this is sometimes used as a mocking statement. This is also a challenge that women faces. What this cause is a missed opportunity to learn one’s own fault to improve. This goes for men as well
- 3rd Person Format: Born and raised in a small country town just hours away from the metropolitan area was a young lady by the name of Jessica Paschal. She was an enthusiast of words and ideas which triggered her talent of poetry during the beginning of the 21st century. Because of her fullness to become successful at whatever she took on, she decided to move to a city where her significance could sprought and prosper. That's what led her to the beautiful city of Atlanta in 2010 where she became an entrepreneur by trade and an advocate by heart. What she is hoping to accomplish during and after her lifetime, is to impact people for the better.