Women In The 1500's Comic Strip

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  • "The Proceedings of the Old Bailey."Historical Background- Gender in the Proceedings -Central Government "Crime and Punishment in Elizabethan England, www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/punishment.htm."
  • How dare you say that to me!
  • You are a disgrace to humanity.  You don't deserve anything!
  • "Crime and Punishment in Elizabethan England, www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/punishment.htm." "The Proceedings of the Old Bailey."Historical Background- Gender in the Proceedings -Central Government
  • Don't speak to me this way, I deserve respect!
  • You are not allowed to cry... unless you don't want to live anymore
  • "Crime and Punishment in Elizabethan England, www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/punishment.htm." "The Proceedings of the Old Bailey."Historical Background- Gender in the Proceedings -Central Government
  • I don't understand what people's problems are with women these days UGH!
  • I am stronger than you and the government even believes so! 
  • Women in the 1500's were not viewed as people. For example women were more governed by their emotions and were expected to be proper and they were also punished for suicide unlike men. By degrading women, aka treating them as property and not people, they feel unwanted and used. 
  • Women were punished for anything, while men get away with anything. For example, women had to control their emotions while men could lash out at anyone or anything and men were slightly punished for theft while women were executed for theft. By not treating men and women the same, they feel they don't deserve anything that they truly deserve. 
  • Women were thought to be weak and not mentally tough. For example, men were the stronger sex and were thought to be more courages and determined than women and women were thought to be more governed and petty to the men and less determined to do things. By breaking women down and making them think that they arem't as good as men when it comes to working, you make them think that they can never make it right for the other women. 
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