A Struggle Between What We Were Ad Thought Ourselve...
From childhood we are taught to obey, to be polite and well behaved, to serve, bring to the table and help with housework, if only I had a brother, I was wide to see the difference, uncles, cousins and even a parent not male, but if drivers.
A teacher once said that "home macho born feminist", and maybe so, maybe these ideas will be me "stuck" over the years and listen to the same "old", as my father called, that life and wisdom professorships proclaim a liberty.
One morning upon hearing the news, one of the characters interviewed said that now he felt discriminated against, we have long taken for voice and rights for minorities, the elderly, children, indigenous tribes, handicapped, women, what about the men? he asked, should we demand our rights.
This statement is no surprise to many and many, on the contrary, the man now is violated when, from the origin, power, control and dominion is in him and what it does is allow others to have a space or at least recognition of their natural right.
In the XXI century one of those minorities remains the woman, was first a struggle for equality and balance in the roles, as a consequence now live in double shifts, we lost corsee, but we won a portfolio with oven mitts.
"So I do not find a professional, are pedantic," told me once, does not require of a fist to exercise violence in this century, but neither is required to be ignorant, living in a marginalized sector or have a degree of PhD to be a victim, nor required to be a husband or head for the offender.
We are equal, but different, why take the violence?, Why be silent, to control?.
In the middle of the century, with advances in technology, science, society, my society still suffers from one of the most egregious wrongs and violence. Violence saw with my own eyes, saw economic, physical, psychological and even emotional, cry, complain and try to help, but none of that was enough.
Violence is hard for women, but also for the children, only with education equity and violence were able to eradicate this cancer from our homes and society in general, violence against women persists, not inherited, but if it is taught to be a victim and also teaches that high.
Women have rights to live free without violence, we raise the voice and say up here.