I am Mr. Rodgers Mott. My parents are Mr. William Mott and Mrs. Lucretia Mott.
I am here to support motion 2 because since the beginning of Christianity as religion women have played important roles in the church and even in the bible, which is used to guide Christians. Women in the bible such as Mary played the role of being the first to visit the tomb of Jesus and to remind the disciples that Jesus had risen from death. Women should, therefore, be allowed to take part in church activities. Taking part in church activities entails even leading the church in various occasions including the management roles in the church. The doctrines of the bible provide for equality between men and women, and, therefore, leadership positions should be equally shared between men and women.
On the question of universal suffrage, women have the same rights as men as stipulated in the constitution. Women should be allowed to take positions in public offices because they are also capable of leading people (Dubois and Dumenil 16). Because I was raised by a single parent who is my mother, I believe women can take control of the offices and serve their subjects diligently and with honesty. Women should also be allowed to exercise their democratic right of voting because their opinions also contribute in the governing of the nation.
Women should be protected from domestic violence by individuals who are in classes above them. People in higher social classes should be taken action against when they take advantage of the women and sexually abuse them. In places of work, women are entitled the same pay as men and should not be discriminated. Some of the women are sole breadwinners in their families, and they should be paid enough just like men depending on the amount of job they have done. Being raised by a single parent, my mother took care of us and gave us everything we needed.
I am Mr. Rodgers Mott.my parents are Mr. William Mott and Mrs. Lucretia Mott.
I stand to oppose motion 2, because I believe the position of women in the society is in the house, and the family is their moral obligation. Women should remain at home and take care of the kids. They should cook for their kids, prepare the gardens and avoid any responsibility or leadership position in the church because of the objection of impropriety and indelicacy that arises when they address people especially large audience.
Women do not have the option of indulging in any job as men do. Jobs such as being high security personnel or bodyguard to the president are only left for men. Women should not practice technical and difficult jobs such as neurosurgery because men are the only the ones left for such prestigious professions. Women should also not have an alternative to lead any life they want, but should be guided by men.
Dubois, Ellen C., and Lynn Dumenil. Through Women's Eyes: an American history with documents. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's, 2012. Print.