The Subjection of Women.docx - Surname 1 Student\u2019s Name Professor Course DD\/MM\/YYYY Mill predicted that female inequality would not be consistent in

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Surname 1 Student’s Name Professor Course DD/MM/YYYY Mill predicted that female inequality would not be consistent in modern times. One of the reasons is that most women will be intellectually and morally capable of getting an education and being civilized. Women will learn to be morally and intellectually independent as well as participating in voting to defend their position and rights. As suggested by Mill, a larger number of women are protesting against their social status and condition; they are led by the most renowned women known by the public, and they have petitioned the parliaments regarding the rights and social conditions. In some countries, organized parties, rallies, and periodical conventions are carried out by women to agitate for their rights. Another reason for inconsistent female inequality is that human beings are free to exercise their faculties regardless of their gender; women also want to attain what appears to be most desirable for them. In the modern world, the governments and laws do not define the kind of persons who should undertake industrial or social operations; this gives women an opportunity to participate in various activities like men. According to Mill, women were believed to be more emotional and not rational, and they did not possess men's intellectual abilities. Mill asserts that if women seem apolitical, passive, and emotional, then it is because they have been brought to behave and act that way. Mill urges that till society treats women and men equally, it'll not be possible to understand the women's natural abilities or if there are inherent variations among the two sexes. Mill also argues that men have
Surname 2 the ability to admit that women possess the capability to perform certain activities, but men do not allow them to do so; here, whether a woman can perform the activity or not ought to be put into practice.

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