The role of women is portrayed differently through the works of Freud and Sophocles. Freud interprets women as inferior to men because of their lack of a penis. He calls it "penis envy" because girls want to own a penis to feel masculine and to have power (Freud 394). In Sophocles Antigone, women are portrayed as obedient servants to men, except Antigone who defies orders from the king (Sophocles 6). Both these works portray women in a way in which it seems males are the more dominant gender in life. Throughout the years, people have been pushing for equality of genders in every setting around the world. Both these works can be portrayed through this gallery.