She is also shocked by her women classmates who seem not to be bothered in any way by the sexism. She gives an example where doctors ignored female students, but the seemingly naïve students just reported that the doctors were of the old school, and that is why they ignored the women. This shows that women are so used to sexism that they sometimes go without noticing it. It could also mean that they have accepted discrimination and sexism and are not willing to do anything about it. It also means that for women like Fugh- Berman, there is a long struggle full of barriers and pressure from the men.Research shows that prejudice and sexism affect the poor even more. This is because they are forced to work under hard conditions in order to eke out a living. Women who have to do odd jobs, which are poor paying, have to endure a lot of hardships in order to survive. Low wages, lack of health insurance and too much work are common for women who have little or no education. In her book, Barbara Ehrenreich reveals ways in which women are prejudiced. She set out to three different cities to look for a low paying job in order to experience the kind of life the people experience. This is because she wanted to find first-hand information through her experience. Racism And Struggle Against It.
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