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Scout, stop acting like a girl
He took advantage of me father
Il take care of this
When Scout was hesitant about going to the Radleys, Jem lashed at Scout and said that she was acting more like a girl. This is gender inequality because that was stated in a way where it seems that "acting" like a girl is in someway inferior than acting as a man does.
Women were not allowed to be a part of the jury in Alabama. According to Atticus they were too frail and would ask too many questions, resulting in unfinished cases. This is gender inequalily because this displays that all women are weak.
Jem be the bigger man
Gender inequality is the unequal treatment or perception of individuals based on their gender. When being questions, Mayella started crying and used that emotional aspect of a womens ideology to get out of answering questions.
Scout wear a dress
In Alabama around the 1930's there were specific gender roles fo rmen and women. The women were suppost to be submissive, dress nice, cook, clean and take care of their kids, however for men that role was reversed. Men were suppost to be tough and provide for their family. Even in modern times gender inequality still persists, but it is not nearly as severe. In todays time we face issues such as wage differences, and maternity leave issues.
After the comments made by Mrs Dubose, Jem was infuriated. Atticus tells him to be a gentlemen and not let her get to him. THe gender inequality is in the fact that men are suppost to always have their cool and stay respectful. Nobody ever said "be the bigger women". The statement has always been "be the bigger man". This shows superiority over women.
Aunt Alexandria tells Scout to wear a dress and play with dolls which is what a women is expected to do. Scout dresses like a tom boy and has no interest in what she is suppost to do. Scout has been raised in a male environment which is why she acts like a man.
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