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Robert L. An advertisement suggests, "You've come a long way, Baby! President Corazon Aquino was an example in the Philippines. Both our wommen are replete with women who serve as judges, university presidents, executives, physicians, and the like. While a "glass ceiling" exists for women in the business world, it seems to be breaking apart with the challenges of talented females. It is even true in the American and Philippine armed forces.
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No doubt other revolutionaries married with the same ceremony. Indeed, many of the early classic Philippine histories do not do justice to the efforts of women in the revolution.
The two took off as a husband and wife delivering hay in a carriage. She was firm but fair and acquired the respect of her community. With the help and encouragement of Apolinario Mabini, Hilaria organized and became its first president. Near the pole stood Patrocinia, beaming with pride Philipined she could perform yet another service for the country that struggled to come to be.
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They fought alongside the men and acquired ificant political skills and know-how. When hostilities broke out, she risked her life wommen battle as a Red Cross nurse attending to the comfort of the wounded and sick. The Katipunan gave her the code name, Tandang Sora Tandang in Filipino is a term of respect which refers to her aged condition. History notes her participation by her husband's side on the battle field.
Cannot a woman fight for her country just as well as a man? While a "glass ceiling" exists for women in the business world, it seems to be breaking apart with the challenges of talented females. How could they circumvent the attention of the guards?
They were, however, unable to discover where she hid the guns. History knows her primarily by this secret name. The End.
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Philipines The Suffragist Movement provided inro for women to get into politics. It was made more tragic that they were killed by other Filipinos. Knowing that this exposed them to danger she also often rode in a carriage all day returning home only when she felt it was safe. Aguinaldo spoke to the soldiers assembled in Tarlac Until then, only the literate men were allowed to vote and run for office.
She secretly read the writings of Jose Rizal, Lopez Jaena a province mateand other revolutionary propagandists. She was among the first leaders and members of the secret conclaves of the Revolutionary movement in Sta. Eventually the Katipunan's set of conduct the Kartila declared the equality of men and women. She did the "manly" thing in ing her name with her own blood something the women rarely did.
History mixes her story of heroism with comedy. She disbanded her men and returned home.
The constitution of had stipulated that the right of suffrage would be extended to women only ifwomen voted in its favor during a national plebescite. On the battlefield she wore the Katipunero outfit and fought side by side with Philiplnes men, enduring their hardships.
Returning home to her hometown of Pototan she began teaching. Not too many women, however, were visibly present in mainstream politics.
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Both our countries are replete with women who serve as judges, university presidents, executives, physicians, and the like. Pio Valenzuela, a confidant of Bonifacio, and a Katipunero, wrote, "There was PPhilipines Supreme Council for women members and consequently it cannot be mentioned who was its Phipipines presidenta. Why, you are a woman. Filipinos of the era overlooked the possible role model of an earlier Ilocono heroine, Maria Josefa Gabriela Silang.
In she returned to the Philippines, now under the American governance.
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Its aim was to draw the support of the broadest of women and launch various forms of campaign through media and personal connections. Gregoria de Jesus, wife of Bonifacio, struggled to bring about the Katipunan only to see the organization her husband founded Philupines on him, and secretly execute him after a unjust military trial. Let us remember her as a heroine, the "Tagalog Joan of Arc.
When the Katipunan was holding session, the women often feigned a party like atmosphere with singing and dancing so that the civil guards believed that only a harmless social party was underway. She attempted to Philipiines to Novaliches but the civil guard, who captured her, took her for questioning in Bilibid Prison.
Patrocinia Gamboa served in another way. Wo,en at the turn of the century outlying areas turned to women spiritual leaders to provide the sacrament of extreme unction to those at death's door. She and others helped to organize and distribute the needed food and medicines to wounded Philippine soldiers. Her followers and local inhabitants called her "General" even though there is no record of her being so "officially" deated.
Because of her gender and because of her tie to wealth, Spaniards did not suspect her of revolutionary sympathies.
Under her command they would attack any enemy group, regardless of the odds, if she gave the order. Eventually Trinidad organized wonen women to nurse the wounded and sick soldiers of the Filipino army.