I choose this particular art piece by Jacques-Fabien Gautier-Dagoty, because it says a lot about the human body. The human body is made up of bones, muscles, organs, etc. Almost every body is the same. Just different masses and bone lengths. This picture shows the muscles of the back. In this picture, it is a woman that is shown. Woman are just as strong as men. We all have muscles in our body, it just may not be as strong as men. But that doesn't make us any different. Mary Wollstonecraft says, "Indeed the word masculine is only a bugbear: there is little reason to fear that women will acquire too much courage or fortitude; for their apparent inferiority with respect to bodily strength, must render them, in some degree, dependent on men in the various relations of life; but why should it be increased by prejudices that give a sex to virtue, and confound simple truths with sensual reveries?" This is basically questioning why we are also judged on our physical strengths, but when it comes down to it...the female human structure is that of the male human structure. Woman are stripped from power because we are supposed to be considered the housewife, etc. When in fact, we are just as strong. Hilary Clinton, for example, is running for president. She is powerful, but never will be as powerful as a man. Society has deemed woman to be less powerful, no matter how strong the woman is physically or mentally, there is no change as to how society will view woman.