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I have never come across a symposium or discussion on the topic, 'Men-their role in the society.' The discussion is always about women. Men have, perhaps, no role other than to find novel ways to oppress the women! The never-ending talk of giving equal rights to women has been going on unabated…

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Nobody can take that right away. It is the mother, who gives protection for the initial nine months, to the divine creative force of the future-male or female! The pages of human history are full of incidents related to female victimization, at every step of life in one form or the other! Is total equality for women in the true sense of the term, without any physical or mental tortures, an attainable reality'
"The Yellow Wallpaper" is a short story of the creative genius of American writer Charlotte Perkins Gillman. It saw the light of the day, through publication in New England Magazine. What were the attitudes of men and the society towards the woman of the 19th century as for her physical and mental health' This book is thoroughly recommended for the women activists of this internet era as well. Gillman will tell you why!
Do you wish to get introduced the procedure to mentally fetter a woman and suppress her thought processes' The narrator of this story whose husband is a physician will give the details of the prescription. He has confined her to upstairs bedroom and this is the important part of the procedure for her recovery from the disease she is suffering from-"temporary nervous depression." (a border-line hysterical tendency) In fine, her room, where the entry and exit are controlled by her husband, is a make-shift prison! In such grim conditions anyone will become cynical. ...
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