Declaration of Sentiments Homework

all the resolutions included

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Unformatted text preview: lution can be found on page 282, stating “That woman is man’s equal – was intended to be so by the Creator, and the highest good of the race demands that she should be recognized as such.” This is the strongest resolution of all the listed resolves because it essentially states what all of the resolutions state. In every resolve, equality between men and women is being called for. If people were to realize that woman is truly man’s equal, there would be no inequality of women’s rights in the first place. By recognizing and resolving that woman is in fact man’s equal, there would essentially be no denied roles and privileges from women and equality would exist between the sexes. From these resolutions, most of them still exist and apply today. Women have proved to be equal to men in many aspects of life, specifically in their careers. However, sexism and stereotypes among women still exist today. In the workforce, women are not paid as well as men are. In comparison to this, there are also stereotypes among men as well....
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