This essay focuses on the daily reality” of women’s lives that you know about. the three points would be: 1) Daily resistance is activism 2) personal testimony is valid 3) art tells the truth like nothing else can And for the second part
-There is 2 parts to this assignment and they are separate they DONT go together the first part is to read: Aptheker, pp. 1-79 and to Respond to Reading question: What is the “daily reality” of women’s lives that you know about? -The second part is to read Aptheker, pp. 121-167 and to Respond to Reading question how do you see aptheker’s 3 points illustrated? the three points would be: 1) Daily resistance is activism 2) personal testimony is valid 3) art tells the truth like nothing else can And for the second part include AT LEAST 2 quotes from the book with page numbers each part needs to be 250 words each and it should total 500 words all together *And this is the link for the book http://library.lol/main/62B9D4997AC975B03F56A69B81B8CC66Motherhood and womanhood stand in a complex and contradictory relationship with one another.
Under patriarchy, mothers appear to have a mythological, mysterious and powerful status. Only women are granted this status, and it is one to which all women are expected to aspire. The reality of mothers’ lives, however, often fails to match these aspirations. Motherhood is a challenge; although potentially enjoyable, it is also hard work and routinely stressful (Richardson, 1992). It is central to women’s lives whether or not they become mothers, and constrains their available choices. Becoming a mother often means economic dependence on another person or the state, and frequently reduces women’s income. It affects relationships with men and other women, and changes occupational, domestic and sexual arrangements. Being a mother influences social and personal identity, and has implications for women’s health (Nicolson, 1988).
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