The Girls’ Fight
Women as we all know are perceived to be weak being in our society, especially on religious societies, however, in the advent of new evolved ideas and belief system, former religious beliefs toward women are already considered barbaric and inhumane in their essence and promote sexual discrimination and prejudice.
Today’s modern women are already equal in status with men, though there are still religious groups that adhere to the barbaric and inhumane way in treating women race. Thanks to the brave women’s groups today and to those who could sympathized with the woman race that continually fight for the rights of a woman in our discriminating society; and the girls’ fight continues to punch and kick men and other religious groups who maltreated womankind.
Now, not only in basketball sports, women show equal strength and ability with men, but also now in boxing sports showing their female muscles and punches which really intimidates men race, particularly the male chauvinists ones.
There are numerous women in basketball sports who made a name for themselves in competition with men, so also in boxing sports like the Philippines own pride, the world woman boxing champ Ana Julaton.
Ana Julaton, is said to be a true blooded Filipino though she grew up mainly on the United States and have limited orientation on Filipino language; her parents were natives of Pozorrubio, Pangasinan Philippines. But his father according to her was more inclined to be a true American in his ways and manners though he was born Filipino or should I say perhaps her father’s parents are foreigner or American. But her mother according to her is truly pure Filipino inclined.
Ana Julation was dubbed as “the Hurricane” for her 10 professional fights in the women’s boxing arena which indeed gave her popularity abroad just like Manny Pacquio but with less popularity in the Philippines. She just got popular in the country when she visits the Philippines and was popularized in the local media to give some informational background to the Filipino audience who never knew her of who she is.
The secret of her success is somewhat reflected on what she said that when she is in the boxing ring, she treated her opponents without mercy, as what her mom motivate her to be while she was in a fight in the ring. Truly, that kind of motivation is kind of bullish which really intimidates real men to touch her.