it is worth seeing,a story about five women which shows the feminism. But maybe the part giving me the deepest impression is that the friendships among them, which is ridiculous but interesting. Maybe it's women who would have contradictions for some little things sometimes whlie they can also unity when facing the unbearable people.
"Secret superstar" is a real film, which reflects the real human nature and social reality: In India, where women's rights are not taken seriously, countless women live a deplorable life in a country that is patriarchal. Why don't they fight? It is because they do not have the ability, the most basic sources of income, how do they stand? The so-called equality between men and women, refers to men and women have the same ability to exist. Therefore, I think, India's women should fight for themselves, do not repeat the same mistakes, live to become the way they want to be.
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Feminist scholars have tended to regard women in the nineteenth-century United States who elected to remain single as champions of women’s autonomy and as critics of marriage as an oppressive institution. Indeed, many nineteenth-century American women who participated in reform movements or who distinguished themselves as writers and professionals were single. Yet this view of single women tends to distort the meaning of their choices. The nineteenth century saw the elevation of marriage for love as a spiritual ideal. Consequently, it became socially acceptable for women not to marry if such an ideal marriage could not be realized with an available suitor. Thus, many women’s choice to remain single reflected not a negative view of marriage but a highly idealistic one.
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A. believed that marriage required them to give up much of their autonomy
B. had attitudes toward marriage that were influenced by contemporary reform movements
C. wanted to take advantage of increasing opportunities to distinguish themselves as professionals
D. doubted that their own marriage would live up to their notion of what a marriage ought to be
E. had a negative view of marriage fostered by a change in social attitudes during the nineteenth century
Consider each of the choices separately and select all that apply.
A. ascribing those choices to a particular attitude toward marriage
B. ignoring evidence about single women’s motives for becoming writers or professionals
C. overestimating the number of nineteenth-century American women who were single by choice.