She believed at the time that marriage would provide some sanctuary and enjoyment; however, her marriage was difficult, with an unsupportive and controlling husband.
With no education, the woman was afraid to leave her husband, fearing that she would have no way to provide for her children. In another instance, a wife states that although she felt tortured in her loveless marriage, she also feared leaving because she could not support her children. Several women then comment that they are treated without respect in the world.
One woman comments that females in general are assumed to be stupid, giving the example that mechanics treat her as though she is "dumb" because she does not know how her car works, while a male customer, who knows equally little, is given some respect.
She also states that until she saw the female filmmakers using sound and camera equipment, she did not think a woman could handle making a film, believing technical skill was innately male.
Several women interviewed talk about their endless work days: waking to feed and dress the children, cleaning house, ironing, washing, grocery shopping, sewing, cooking and doing dishes with only a spare hour to read or have time for one's self.
In another instance, a woman says that she felt like a slave to her husband. In addition to caring for the children, home and food, she worked nine hours at a factory six days a week, while her husband, who worked nights, put a string on the door to make sure she did not leave the house at night. Outraged by her husband's betrayal of trust and fanatical need to control her, the woman finally left him. Several women then talk about their roles in the workplace.
A "Chicano" woman explains that as an agricultural field worker without a diploma, she could not leave the fields and was discouraged by her co-workers from seeking any help from the "gringos," or whites. She therefore discouraged her children from any contact with whites as well, further isolating them in the poverty-stricken conditions of the field.
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