She was one of the women revolutionaries at that time. From the time the declaration was done to now, I can observe changes and women get their rights in most of the countries in the world.
a. According to the writer…
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It shows what she had to undergo and it is a shame and betrayal for the country.
b. We always have to remember this article talks about what happened in 1791, so they way that men think is different than today. The women being talked about in the article seem to be so poor and less empowered compared to the modern woman. As the writer said "Marriage is the tomb of trust and love." Women needed to have more rights in the marriages. At that time women, who were married were taken as a source of impunity while those who were unmarried had feeble inheritance rights.
a. This article by Olympe de Gouges was written at a time when women were generally taken to be inferior to men. Men had total dominance over the women and it was the word of the men that ruled in all contexts. Even in the marriage life, men were seen to be powerful than the women. The men were the ones who dictated how the marriages went about. In this historical context, the property that was accumulated during the course of the marriage belonged to the men (Halsall para 4). It was the men who decided how the property was shared. Men determined who inherited what property. In an attempt to correct this Olympe de Goupe came up with women right declaration is order to be able to challenge the declaration of the rights of men. She wanted to push the idea that women were not inferior to men and whatever rights the men had, women were supposed to have the rights too. This, nonetheless, did not go well with the majority who believed that women were not equal to men.
b. Olympe de Goupe also wanted to ensure that the marginalized women like the widows were given their rights. This is why she says that “I would like a law which would assist widows and young girls deceived by false promises of a man to whom they are attached to” (Halsall para 5). This, she say in an attempt to empower the women by advocating for their
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