Female Essay Topics

Female characters

The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini is a novel published in 2003 which tells the story of Amir, a young Afghan boy with a traumatic past, a guilty conscience, a war-stricken homeland and a broken future. The Kite Runner explores many different issues throughout the novel; one such issue is the representation of females. Females… View Article

Female body shape

The principles and elements of design that have been utilised to create this garment include Line, direction, texture, colour balance. The vertical lines created by the pleats of the peplum enhance the symmetrical, structured shape of the jacket, and emphasises the illusion of the small waist. The aesthetic pleasing aspect of this garment is the… View Article

Female body shape

The principles and elements of design that have been utilised to create this garment include Line, direction, texture, colour balance. The vertical lines created by the pleats of the peplum enhance the symmetrical, structured shape of the jacket, and emphasises the illusion of the small waist. The aesthetic pleasing aspect of this garment is the… View Article

Female Acceptance into a Computer Based Society

INTRODUCTION             Advancement on technology had brought different changes into the society. These aims to provide additional comfort and making things work more efficiently. But there are changes that people cannot prevent to happen. These are biological changes such as getting old.             People respond to the aging process as a negative thing. Misconceptions arises… View Article

The Human Reproductive System

        The human reproductive system requires both the female and male to procreate. Although the reproductive organs will function separately, they will not create another human being without each other. The Male Sperm      The male reproductive system is more external than the female. Sperm must be created to fertilize the female’s egg and this… View Article

Masculinity: Female and Oscar

What defines Masculinity? To be the “man” not be afraid and be strong. Ideas of what a man is suppose to act like and be. Masculinity is what led to the downfall of Oscar Wao’s life. Junot Diaz emphasizes sex as a big part in being a typical Dominican male. What it means to be… View Article

Paternalistic Family

I have came from a strict family. My household was based of 2 boys and three girls. But I would say that yes, I came from a paternalistic family. Even though it was more girls than boys, my brothers was older and things were different. My father having a strict background he raised me and… View Article

The Power of Talk

What evidence have you seen to support or refute Tannen’s article in either students’ behavior in class or at work? In my current classes I have found more evidence to refute Tannen’s article rather than support her article. I think that part of the reason is because there are fewer males in most of my… View Article

A dance with the devil

When I was a little girl, my grandmother would always tell me stories. Some of her stories were for the purpose of scaring me. I don’t mean just to frighten me, but to actually scare me out of doing bad things. This is because, of course, my grandmother didn’t want anything to happen to her… View Article

Pros and cons Co-education

Pros: 1. The mixing of both the two sexes in co-educational environment eradicates the inherent shyness in each student. On the other hand, by studying and working in a mixed-gender school, students will be given facilities for expressing and sharing their own ideas or opinions in the presence of the opposite sex. Therefore, it provides… View Article

Exposure to Stereotypes

“Stereotypes are stubborn beliefs, overgeneralizations, myths, and distorted information about groups of people that shape people thinking and form the basis of prejudice. Stereotypes are projected through the media, become part of the collective consciousness, and are used to justify discrimination (York, 2006). ” The media plays a huge influence on stereotypes, whether it is… View Article

Should Women be in Combat?

According to a poll on November 9, 2012 68% of the American public thinks women should be allowed in combat roles (Should women be allowed, 2012). Women should not be in combat roles in the military because they have different mental/emotional needs, they require additional logistic support, they are not as physically capable as men,… View Article

“Stereotype, whether positive or negative, are harmful”

In today’s world, many people has different stereotype about somebody. There are positive and negative, but both of them are harmful to people. People always stereotype about other people who they don’t fully know them. In Archbishop Riordan High School, most of the students think Chinese students are very good at math. In fact, some… View Article

Androgynous Athletes or Just Girls

It’s midafternoon, class-bound students are passing each other in the halls, and all I can hear is loud music secreting from two large oak doors with fogged glass. I peer in through the slightly ajar door to observe something amazing. A circus of sorts was hiding just outside the hallway. Flipping, jumping, spinning, and tumbling,… View Article

Assignment 5: Significance of the Study

There are significant differences in the ways girls and boys learn differences which are more substantial than age differences in many ways. Reason for specific differences in the performances of boys and girls in school can be proven to be related to stereotypical labeling. There are gender-specific personality traits which affect how children learn. In… View Article