The Discrimination of Women is a theme that is portrayed heavily in both Antigone by Sophocles and the Introductory Lectures On Psycho-Analysis by Sigmund Freud. While many examples exist throughout the works, the discrimination is clear through women's unequal rights, absence of power, and sexist gender roles. In both freud and Sophocles works, a woman's freedom and needs are held to a lower standard than a mans. In both works they are Mocked and it is suggested that they are less valued than a man. They are viewed as sex objects and domestic; they are all similar and easily replaceable. Explore how these two books demonstrate the common theme of discrimantion towards women through this gallery.