1500's Women Comic - Luke Smith
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Women in the 1500's were aloud to learn basic knowledge, once basic housekeeping and well being knowledge was learned they were not aloud to attend school. Many wealthy women had tutors to allow them to learn more advanced information. Women learned how to deal and adjust with these issues and still pushed through them. Different social classes made for more of an educational gap. The social classes that were not as wealthy had a lower education which made it harder for poor women. L.S.
Public stage and theater was a very large part of the 1500's culture, but women were not aloud to write or act. This made many women's lives much more boring, not being able to enjoy participating in social activities like acting. Since women did not have the right to vote it was very hard to remove these laws in place, the men did not care enough to do so. People in general did not see women's needs as priorities so many issues involving them were left untouched for generations. L.S.
Since many women were not aloud to work in various forms of entertainment, some turned to art. Art used to be a very common task in women from this time, and many incredible pieces of famous art came from these women. Women were very emotional during these periods of time so that ended up showing in their art, this created a wonderful glum look to most of the women's paintings. Since almost all women worked in domestic services this was a fresh start to an old tradition. L.S.
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