Eliza Donaldson

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Disempowered: This image represents a disempowering woman because she is showing off her body on the front cover of a magazine and it is sending a message to other women that this is what you need to look like for men to like you.

Disempowered: This image represents a disempowering woman because she is showing off her body on the front cover of a magazine and it is sending a message to other women that this is what you need to look like for men to like you.

Disempowered: This is a disempowering image because it is teaching girls at very young ages that body image is one of the most important things in life.

Disempowered: This is a disempowering image because it is teaching girls at very young ages that body image is one of the most important things in life.

Empowered: This image is empowering because Sally Fitzgibbons is a strong surfer and an inspiring sportswoman.

the inspirational story of sally fitzgibbons

Disempowering: This picture is disempowering because it is sending the message that if you buy this bra you will look as beautiful and sexy as this model.

Disempowering: This picture is disempowering because it is sending the message that if you buy this bra you will look as beautiful and sexy as this model.

Empowered: This image shows that women can make a difference in the world and be just as strong and independant as men.

Julia Gillard Gillard Prime Minister of Australia First Female Prime Minister of Australia

Empowered: This image represents the percent of women/girls who want to make a difference in peoples lives and deliver them the most important news they need to know everyday.

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Disempowered: This image is representing todays youth and what they are seeing in their futures.

Disempowered: This image is representing todays youth and what they are seeing in their futures.

Empowered: Women can be anything they want in life. We are equally as intelligent as men so why shouldn't women be allowed to work where their knowledge is needed.

Walter, throughout the whole story, continues to put his sister Beneatha down about her wanting to further her life and become a female African doctor.