Girl Power in the Victorian Era By: Tyler Mercer

Lower Class: Women in this class had very little rights, but very big responsibilities. These women had very little say, and when it came to decisions they weren't heard.

Middle Class: Women in the middle class served for their husbands and their families. These ladies were housewives and were more related to the upper class than the lower.

Upper Class: Also known as the " Aristocracy" Women's rights in this class were very lenient. People in this class had the rights the others didn't.

And in conclusion, the different classes effected the women's status and the amount of rights they had.

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