Lack of enforcement of women's rights in Honduras, - Coggle Diagram
Lack of enforcement of women's rights in Honduras
Overall, decided by a majority of male politicians. This is an issue because it is an impacting decision established without any female perspective.
More dead women
Sexism in Households
In the average Honduran household, girls are expected and pressured to attaining domestic chores and not prioritize education
This is an issue because it gives the wrong message to younger generations. It communicates that women are designed to do chores and to stay at home to help their husbands and families
Diminishes women’s capacity to carry through with a job and become independent.
Biological sex doesn’t determine one’s capacity to perform housework
Because the government doesn’t mind enforcing women’s rights, women are still viewed as the inferior sex in Honduras.
This is demonstrated in the way how men automatically assume the role of both emotionally and physically stronger person and the principal authority figure in homes
Police’s brutal imposition of their authority upon women.
Abduction of girls
Government officials don’t respond to the people’s questions and concerns over rapes and horrid crimes against women
No investigations take place
The stigma surrounding abuse and rape
Victims feel oppressed to NOT speak about their experiences
Society automatically assumes the woman had the fault in situations of rape