The position of women's statuses in society has a significant impact in the novels "Antigone" by Sophocles, and "Introductory Lectures on Psycho Analysis" by Sigmund Freud. The role of women in these novels are a role where the women are considered in a lesser position than the male because of biological purposes. In Antigone, the protagonist is a women of great strength and courage, but is not given reverence to in the same way as a male character. There are also many lines in the novel using the term female as a demeaning, undervalued, or in a less significant position. In Freud's novel, he chooses to explain that women have a significantly different disposition about them that derives from women's admiration and jealousy of the male member. This exhibit is named "The Locus of Women" because it demonstrates a stigma towards women, and puts women in a less important position than men in society.