Analyzing the speech, the paper dwells upon the fact that according to the speech, men are a destructive force and suppression of women has led to more destruction. Men continue to take control over everything in the society including women, who are the other half of human nature. This suppressed half of the human nature is the reason for the disorganization experienced in the world. However, women’s empowerment would be the first step in curbing the destruction and disorganization experienced in the world. The speech claims if women’s empowerment would free their love, which would be very efficient in keeping the destructive forces of men in check. The opposing side in this speech is the male gender, which is responsible for suppression of the female gender. The method of argumentation used in this speech is Rogerian; this is because it entails the four stages identified by Young, Becker, and Pike.