Women's rights in the Victorian Era By: Tatum lackey

Women in the Victorian Era were treated with great respect, they were seen highly of and treated basically like royalty.

Women had high respect but they were also expected to step up and do the mans job when need so if the man got sick or died the women was required to step up to the plate and fill in the mans shoes either until he got better or another man stepped into the picture.

Most women had nannies or maids but they were still required to do the basic things that a women should do such as teach their children.

Women were looked very closely at they were treated like royalty which meant they had to look like it too, they dressed to not draw attention to themselves.

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Created with images by simpleinsomnia - "Two Victorian-era women stand along the shore" • simpleinsomnia - "Victorian-era woman wearing glasses" • trainjason - "crown" • mozlase__ - "still life school retro" • in pastel - "Victorian era dress"

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