How will the future look in 10 years, 25 years, 50 years when it comes to gender discrimination? How do you think this change will come about?
Is there much change between one generation and the next? Or have we stayed pretty much the same since the dawning of man?
What is the difference between people who do not yet exist (future generations) and people we do not know? Can we harm the non-existent? Example: If we eat a lot of tuna now, there may not be enough tuna restocked by nature for others who follow us. So does our current hunger justify using up all the tuna? Or if others would like tuna, or will be hungry, is it our human responsibility to save some of the tuna for them? Do we owe first to those who we do not know or those with us?
We imagine the drama in our life as being unlike any other person’s drama. Our tragedy is far greater. Hurts more. It is far more devastating that the next person’s. But is it? Or has the same type of dramas, uncertainty or hardships always been part of life? Has there always been danger in the environment, and people who do bad things to others? If so, then, is this then the human experience? How do you explain the feeling that your drama is worse than another person’s?
If we learn from our mistakes, why are we always so afraid to make a mistake? And do you think mistakes are being created now with Technology that we may not be able to correct?
"How is the Internet changing the way YOU think?" Not "How is the Internet changing the way WE think?"
Many of the stories on a women’s point of view show the protagonist as being possibly physically or spiritually flawed. Thinking about how women have been portrayed in the past, is history for women any different today because of the work in literature by authors such as those we have been reading?