It's one thing to claim we have "rights." It's a horse of another color, so to speak, to be absolutely confident in ourselves that it's true. Secondly, we have to be able to validate our claim.
Metaphorically speaking, our petitions for "equal rights" have historically been "sneered at" by societies at large or we have simply been "arrested" - placed under home arrest, abused, denigrated or ignored.
"Eve's Eyes" is about how we "see" ourselves and whether that view is based in truth; and it presents a frank view of a mindset of many "modern" women. It's time for women and men, alike, to have our vision adjusted to see just how phenomenal females actually are, and that we are, indeed, awesomely and wonderfully made.