In "Antigone" and "Introductory Lectures", women are depicted as inferior to men. In "Antigone", women are slaves to men and are constantly reminded of their inferiority. Ismene states that "We are women and we do not fight with men. / We're subject to them because they're stronger" (Sophocles 5). Freud reinforces women's inferiority to men by insisting that women wish they were men. He argues that "the wish to be a man is found so frequently, consciously or subconsciously, in women" (Freud 191). In my exhibit, I argue that these two ideas are connected in that women wish to be men only because they live in a culture where men are deemed superior. You will find pieces from all time periods, which shows how long these ideas of women have pervaded our culture. Some pieces focus on men's domination of women, while others focus more on Freud's dream symbolism. All of them show how these views of women pervade our society.