Essay Titles About Women

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  • A
    • May 27, 2016 Across Boundaries
    • May 27, 2016 Allegra Maud Goldman
    • May 27, 2016 Almost Touching the Skies
    • May 27, 2016 Always a Sister
    • May 27, 2016 Always From Somewhere Else
    • May 27, 2016 Among the White Moon Faces
    • May 27, 2016 The Amputated Memory
    • May 27, 2016 And the Bridge Is Love
    • May 27, 2016 And the World Changed
    • May 27, 2016 And They Didn't Die
    • May 27, 2016 Anna Teller
    • May 27, 2016 The Answer/La Respuesta
    • May 27, 2016 Antoinette Brown Blackwell
    • May 27, 2016 Apocalypse Baby
    • May 27, 2016 Apples from the Desert
    • May 27, 2016 Arguing With the Storm
    • May 27, 2016 Aung San Suu Kyi
    • May 27, 2016 Avie's Dreams
    • Dec 8, 2016 And the Spirit Moved Them
    • Dec 8, 2016 August
    • Nov 2, 2017 Against Memoir
  • B
    • Apr 1, 2005 Baghdad Burning
    • Sep 1, 2006 Baghdad Burning II
    • Aug 4, 2014 Babygate
    • Apr 6, 2016 Beijing Comrades
    • May 10, 2016 Black Dove
    • May 27, 2016 Bamboo Shoots After the Rain
    • May 27, 2016 Base Ten
    • May 27, 2016 Bearing Life
    • May 27, 2016 Bedelia
    • May 27, 2016 Behind Closed Doors
    • May 27, 2016 Between Mothers and Daughters
    • May 27, 2016 The Binding Vine
    • May 27, 2016 Black and White Sat Down Together
    • May 27, 2016 Black Foremothers
    • May 27, 2016 Black Wave
    • May 27, 2016 Born in the Big Rains
    • May 27, 2016 A Brighter Coming Day
    • May 27, 2016 Brown Girl, Brownstones
    • May 27, 2016 Bunny Lake Is Missing
    • May 27, 2016 But Some of Us Are Brave
    • May 31, 2016 By Cecile
    • May 31, 2016 Bye Bye Blondie
  • C
    • May 27, 2016 Call Home the Heart
    • May 27, 2016 Carrie Chapman Catt
    • May 27, 2016 The Captive Imagination
    • May 27, 2016 Cassandra
    • May 31, 2016 Celebrate People's History
    • May 31, 2016 The Changelings
    • May 31, 2016 Changes
    • May 31, 2016 Changing Lives
    • May 31, 2016 Chasing the King of Hearts
    • May 31, 2016 Children of the New World
    • May 31, 2016 The Chinese Garden
    • May 31, 2016 The Circle of Empowerment
    • May 31, 2016 A Clear Spring
    • May 31, 2016 Come Out the Wilderness
    • May 31, 2016 Coming to Birth
    • May 31, 2016 Complaints & Disorders (Second Edition)
    • Jun 1, 2016 Confessions of Madame Psyche
    • Jun 1, 2016 The Cosmopolitans
    • Jun 1, 2016 Cress Delahanty
    • Jun 1, 2016 The Crooked Line
    • Jun 1, 2016 A Cross and a Star
    • Jun 1, 2016 The Crunk Feminist Collection
  • D
    • Apr 14, 2015 Divorce Is the Worst
    • Apr 12, 2016 Death Is Stupid
    • May 31, 2016 Daddy Was a Number Runner
    • May 31, 2016 The Dance of the Demons
    • May 31, 2016 Daughter of Earth
    • May 31, 2016 Daughter of the Hills
    • May 31, 2016 The Daughters of Danaus
    • May 31, 2016 A Day at a Time
    • May 31, 2016 The Day Nina Simone Stopped Singing
    • May 31, 2016 Dearest Anne
    • May 31, 2016 The Defiant Muse: Dutch and Flemish Feminist Poems
    • May 31, 2016 The Defiant Muse: French Feminist Poems
    • May 31, 2016 The Defiant Muse: German Feminist Poems
    • May 31, 2016 The Defiant Muse: Hebrew Feminist Poems
    • May 31, 2016 The Defiant Muse: Hispanic Feminist Poems
    • May 31, 2016 The Defiant Muse: Italian Feminist Poems
    • May 31, 2016 The Defiant Muse: Vietnamese Feminist Poems
    • May 31, 2016 Departing at Dawn
    • May 31, 2016 Developing Power
    • May 31, 2016 Doctor Zay
    • Jun 1, 2016 The Doulas
    • Jun 1, 2016 The Dragon and the Doctor
    • Jun 1, 2016 Dream Homes
    • Jun 1, 2016 Dreaming of Baghdad
    • Jun 22, 2016 David's Story
  • E
  • F
    • Jun 1, 2016 Familias
    • Jun 1, 2016 Families
    • Jun 1, 2016 Families As We Are
    • Jun 1, 2016 Families in Flux
    • Jun 1, 2016 Fault Lines
    • Jun 1, 2016 The Feminist Porn Book
    • Jun 1, 2016 The Feminist Utopia Project
    • Jun 1, 2016 Fettered for Life
    • Jun 1, 2016 Follow Me into the Dark
    • Jun 1, 2016 Folly
    • Jun 1, 2016 From Eve To Dawn, A History of Women in the World, Volume I
    • Jun 1, 2016 From Eve to Dawn, A History of Women in the World, Volume II
    • Jun 1, 2016 From Eve to Dawn, A History of Women in the World, Volume III
    • Jun 1, 2016 From Eve to Dawn, A History of Women in the World, Volume IV
    • Jun 1, 2016 From Wonso Pond
  • G
  • H
    • Jun 1, 2016 HAMMER!
    • Jun 2, 2016 Harem Years
    • Jun 2, 2016 Here and Somewhere Else
    • Jun 2, 2016 Hey, Shorty!
    • Jun 2, 2016 Hiroshima in the Morning
    • Jun 2, 2016 His Own Where
    • Jun 2, 2016 Hold on to the Sun
    • Jun 3, 2016 Holding Up Half the Sky
    • Jun 3, 2016 The House of Memory
    • Jun 3, 2016 How I Wrote Jubilee
    • Apr 10, 2017 The Hunter Maiden
    • Apr 10, 2017 How Mamas Love Their Babies
  • I
    • Jun 3, 2016 I Dwell in Possibility
    • Jun 3, 2016 I Love Myself When I Am Laughing
    • Jun 3, 2016 I Still Believe Anita Hill
    • Jun 3, 2016 Icon
    • Jun 3, 2016 If a Tree Falls
    • Jun 3, 2016 In Her Own Image
    • Jun 3, 2016 In the Name of Friendship
    • Jun 3, 2016 Intimate Wars
    • Jun 3, 2016 Into the Go-Slow
    • Jun 3, 2016 Inventing the Real
    • Jun 3, 2016 Islanders
    • Apr 10, 2017 The Iliac Crest
  • J
  • K
  • L
    • Jun 3, 2016 Las Mujeres
    • Jun 3, 2016 Laura
    • Jun 3, 2016 Leaving Home
    • Jun 3, 2016 A Life in Motion
    • Jun 3, 2016 Life in the Iron Mills and Other Stories
    • Jun 3, 2016 Life Prints
    • Jun 3, 2016 A Lifetime of Labor
    • Jun 3, 2016 The Lilith Summer
    • Jun 3, 2016 Lillian D. Wald
    • Jun 3, 2016 Lion Woman's Legacy
    • Jun 3, 2016 The Little Locksmith
    • Jun 3, 2016 The Living Is Easy
    • Jun 3, 2016 Lone Voyagers
    • Jun 3, 2016 Long Walks and Intimate Talks
    • Jun 3, 2016 The Love Children
    • Jun 3, 2016 The Loved Ones
    • Jun 6, 2016 Lucretia Mott
    • Nov 1, 2017 La Bastarda
  • M

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Without further ado, here are 20 narrative essay topics on women empowerment:

  1. How an Increase in Women’s Education Results in Higher Economic Growth
  2. Merits of Reducing the Gap between Men’s and Women’s Labor Force
  3. Why Women Bear Disproportionate Responsibility for Housework
  4. Reasons Women Like to Work under Informal Employment
  5. Should Women be Paid Less than Men? If Not, Why is This Happening Today?
  6. Evidence Shows That Women Are Better at Harvesting Goods than Men
  7. Why is it That More Women Die in Natural Disasters than Men?
  8. How to Get Rid of Physical and Sexual Violence Against Women
  9. The Relationship between HIV and Lack of Women Empowerment
  10. Risks of Getting Sexually Harassed if You are a Woman
  11. The Frivolous Culture of Being Forced to Get Married at the Age of 18
  12. Effects of an Early Marriage on Women
  13. Why 92% of Women in New Delhi Are Sexually Harassed by Men
  14. Reason why 70% of Women Are Subjected to Physical and/or Sexual Violence
  15. Gender Inequality: A Culture That Has Dominated the Entire Human Civilization
  16. Why Women Are Not Allowed to Drive or Work in Saudi Arabia
  17. How Education Can Empower Women to Say No to an Early Marriage
  18. Psychological Effects of Gender Parity and Inequality on Women
  19. How Education Can Help Save Millions of Mothers’ Lives
  20. Increasing Economic Growth through Women’s Labor Force

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Here is the sample narrative essay on women empowerment:

Sample Narrative Essay: Psychological Effects of Gender Parity and Inequality on Women

I remember when I was about 9 years old, I never really cared about what others thought about me and my gender – on the contrary, gender inequality was far from any thoughts. But when I started high school, I soon began to feel what it meant to be a woman.

I have a brother who’s two years older than me though I was always consciously aware that he never knew how I feel about my life then and how I faced troublesome issues, growing up as a woman. I completed my Bachelors in Business Administration because I was interested to work in a financial firm, but these “firms” were not looking for females. In fact, their vacancies were only open to men. Because of this reason, I was unable to plan my future goals and wasted several years before I realized that I was under psychological stress.

Getting rejected just because I was a woman, led me to believe that I am not worth living, which to make matters worse, led to depression, anxiety and insomnia. I didn’t want to involve my family in my personal affairs and all I can say when I look back is that my voice didn’t have the same weight as my brother’s did.

Due to the reason that I couldn’t apply at a financial firm given my gender, I had to find a mid-level job and worked as a cashier in a local store for several years in order to financially support my studies, which enabled me to complete my Masters in Business Administration. These events, however, damaged my self-esteem and I felt a notable change in my mood, lifestyle and how I perceived myself. I didn’t care about how I looked or how others perceived me, as there was a fire in me to complete my education, but also fear that if I fail my exams, my dreams would permanently shatter into little pieces.

Unfortunately, before I could finish my studies, my parents decided to marry me to someone whom they claimed had been “chosen very wisely”. At the time, I hadn’t given much thought to marriage as my focus was on completing my Master’s program, but since I was a woman, my voice had no weight and I had no say at all in the matter.

At the age of 21, I was married off to a guy who was 8 years older than me. In the first few years, I was nothing but a “playtoy” for my husband but soon, he realized that I was in a lot of pain emotionally and needed a shoulder to lean on.  My husband soon started to understand me and tend to my needs; he encouraged me to complete my studies and loved me the way I truly wanted to be loved. Since that moment, I’ve realized that my parents did chose a great husband for me – a humble and loving individual who knew more about me than I knew myself.

I now realize how many young women must have faced problems due to gender inequality. Thinking about those women and how they may not have caring and thoughtful husbands like mine, sends shivers down my spine and I feel sorry for them. I hope the world soon realizes how hard it is for women to live a life that they can only dream about.

That’s wraps up our sample essay. Let’s head over to our last guide, how to write a narrative essay for women empowerment, where you familiarize yourself with tips, methods and tactics to improve your narrative writing and deliver an exemplary paper to your professor.

References:

  1. DANIELLE ZIELINSKI, (2013) INFOGRAPHIC: THE DOLLARS AND SENSE OF FAMILY PLANNING – PAI http://pai.org/blog/infographic-the-dollars-and-sense-of-family-planning-2/
  2. Susheela Singh and Jacqueline E. Darroch, (2012) Adding It Up: Costs and Benefits of Contraceptive Services – Guttmacher Institute https://www.guttmacher.org/report/adding-it-costs-and-benefits-contraceptive-services-estimates-2012
  3. EFA Global Monitoring Report, UNESCO, (2011) Education Counts Towards the Millennium Development Goals http://www.unesco.org/new/fileadmin/MULTIMEDIA/HQ/ED/pdf/gmr-ec-4-50.pdf
  4. MAKERS Team, (2015) 21 Facts You Never Knew About International Gender Inequality – MAKERS http://www.makers.com/blog/21-facts-you-never-knew-about-international-gender-inequality
  5. UNICEF, (2014) Facts on Girls’ Education – Press Center http://www.unicef.org/media/media_45452.html
  6. (2013) The Millennium Development Goals Report – United Nations New York http://www.un.org/millenniumgoals/pdf/report-2013/mdg-report-2013-english.pdf
  7. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Gender Equality in Education, Employment and Entrepreneurship: Final Report to the MCM 2012. p. 17 http://www.oecd.org/employment/50423364.pdf.

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