In the past, women's soul purpose was to clean the house, serve the husband, and care for the children. If they tried to do something else, they would be ridiculed and it would bring shame to her family.
As time went on, wealthier women would supervise the servants while they clean. These servants were usually less wealthy women, or women of lower class. This was how they spent their days.
Later in the 1800's, women started to ask why they weren't being treated the same as men.
Why they weren't allowed to have jobs, why they weren't allowed to vote, and why they were being treated like objects.
You must obey me! You belong to me!
Women also wanted to get an education and get a job, but men did not approve of that, so it wasn't happening any time soon.
You can't learn, your a woman! Now get back inside and make me dinner!
In the late 1800's, some women started protesting for their rights.
Women belong in the kitchen!
Even today, that steryotype is still around.
Aren't women like natural born cleaners or something? How are you going to make a good wife if you can't obey orders?