Chicago Fire

Gabriela Dawson is an example of modern feminism.From my point of view, she deserve this place because of her character.She decides she wants to become a firefighter, a job that is properly to men.Her colleagues work, knowing what potentially she has, sustain her, but at the Academy is looked up by men.Though, she manages to pass all the trial tests, through wish and motivation and becomes a firefighter.She is assigned to Truck 81 of firefighters, where it is received from above, again,by the opposite sex. They ridicule he and treats her badly. Nevertheless, she try to do her job and to demonstrate them that a woman can also do what they are doing.Practically, she is a character who fights for the equality between sexes, by trying to assume their own principles and concepts. She is a strong character that makes decisions and does everything possible to accomplish its goals, in order to change the old perceptions of the society in which she lives.She is not afraid to think out loud his ideas and beliefs, by imposing on his entourage.Like one of the symbols of feminism, Simone de Beauvoire, our character is analyzing the social and psychological conditions of inferiority to which the woman is constrained. Moreover, she’s going a continuous fight with the corrupted system from his country.In conclusion, I chose this character because she is a convinced feminist which illustrates the desire for change through the fight against gender inequality,demonstrating that a woman may be as capable as a man, regardless of the chosen job or situation.Stella Kidd is also a firefighter on Truck 81. She arise in the series in the 15th episode of season4.Before the closure of her former Firehouse, she comes along Firehouse 51, replacing Jimmy. He was a candidate and she was already a professional firefighter, so he possesses more seniority .She had a relationship with Severide in the past and, after several years, they rejoin and the happening makes to become colleagues.At the time of their meeting, he is in a relationship with a girl suffering from cancer.Even after his girlfriend dies, he can only see her just as a girlfriend. In contrast, she falls in love with him again, loves him in secretly, desires him, but she can not have it.This character embody one of the concepts of psychoanalysis, namely desire.More briefly, she cast on the saying “to want and not to have—to want and want”.We are intended to desire not only what we can never or hardly obtain, but also what we think we did once have, like the irreproachable and unconditional love and certainty.