Men, respect all women

The significance of women in today’s society is equal and sometimes greater than the role of men. 

Women in today’s society have a key role in incomes being greater than the male. Women no longer have to stay home and be homemakers and acquire a higher education. 

A woman wears several hats. While acquiring a higher education and working, a woman still has the strength to care for her children, and sometimes the children in her community. Remember, it takes a village to raise a child. 

As a male, I truly appreciate the importance of women. That’s why I do my best to show them the respect and love that they deserve. A female should be appreciated as a superstar, because women can shine bright no matter how gloomy their day has been. 

The inner strength of a woman helps her to conquer any journey  or challenge that she might come across. The love of a woman is great until it hides a multitude of faults, even when she’s been mistreated. 

I’m thankful for the most important woman in my life: my mother, who has been my sole provider since birth. And now that I’m in college, my mother pushes me to be greater than she is in life.  

There isn’t any woman who could take my mother’s place or the role that she plays in my life, especially with everything I’ve been through. 

As men we should always make a woman feel like they’re beautiful and treat them with much respect on a daily basis, although they’re often difficult to understand and deal with. Everyone should respect a lady and never mistreat them, because we all have women we’re related to, such as sisters, mothers, cousins, etc. 

Because we all have females in our lives, it’s important to respect another individual’s lady, how you would want yours to be treated. 

Another woman who was important to me in my life was my late Aunt Rosie, who passed my junior year in high school and whom I loved dearly. My aunt was more of a grandparent to me, especially since I never had a chance to meet my grandparents on either side of my family. 

My aunt always instilled in me that education was the key for me to be successful, which is one of the main reasons I came to college to further my education. There are several other women who have a major role in my success, and I’m very thankful for each and every one of them. 

At the end of the day I salute and have much respect for every significant woman in my life.


Cory Hill is a freshman mass communication major from Houston.