Poverty and Women.
Poverty affects women more than men and it also affects their children. Dominant properties that are affected here are racial remarks and bullying in the child’s case. For women being a mother is all it is, other affairs do not matter. The women who are poor usually decide to leave most other luxuries just to take care of their children. They let go of a proper home, a proper education and other relaxing things in life.
Poverty as it seems is more dominant in women than men. In recent commercials and ads though, it seems to me that men are more in poverty than women. Just a few days ago I was surfing the internet when I came across a photo, it was of a man who was very thin that I could see his rib cage poking out from under his skin. He was starved to death. I’ve seen other photos and videos where young boys are sad and looking vulnerable because they are poor and hungry.
Poverty not only affects women but it also affects their children especially if they are lone mothers. When mothers are lone parents it becomes more difficult for them to handle jobs and take care of their children. They sometimes leave jobs just to keep their kids safe but in return they lose wealth and become poor. That is not even the worst of being jobless, but also health becomes a critical issue. To us, health is just a natural blessing we take for granted but once we get sick that’s when it hits us.
Children who go through this, being the child of a poverty-stricken woman also deal with social issues like bullying and sometimes racist remarks, if they are of different backgrounds. Bullying comes into play if the child grew up secluded from their parents or parent in this case. The child will then grow up being either more emotional or angrier at the fact that their...