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  • 1. WomenStep by step women have got small goals for thousand years.Luckily things have changed since women collected wild fruitsand were dragged by their hair in the caverns.At the beginning of the 20th century women couldn’t go abroador rent a flat by themselves unless their husbands gave thempermission. Moreover, if they were hit by their husbands, shut inby their parents or if they were mistreated, they couldn’t reportthese facts to the police because there weren’t laws to protectwomen from them. Thanks to Clara Campoamor, Spanishwomen can vote since 1931. Little by little, the government wascreating more laws to women advantage. That was a big aim forthem.Nowadays, things are better for women. According to the Law,men and women are equal. There are a lot of lawyers, judges andministers who are women, but there are some problems thatthey and society must solve, take the case of women who arekilled by their partners. Women’s education is another problemto solve, in fact, women education is a burden at most of thecases so it should be changed if women want to achieve all theiraims. Furthermore, people prefer women to do some jobs andnot to do other ones, and if they are immigrants they’ll earn lessmoney.In conclusion, things are changing for women now but womenhave to keep trying because there are other things that theyneed still change. If they go on and never give up, they will gettheir goals and there will be a better future. By Sofía Camacho Ávila 3ºA