Moreover, the story included a lot of comparison between Juliet, men and other women. Women had no say, freedom or any other goals other than making men happy and taking care of children. During their final moments, however, they revert back to their opposite roles. Romeo becomes very heartfelt at seeing his beloved lying cold in the tomb and takes his life with poison, a more passive feminine form of suicide.
Juliet, upon seeing her husband’s dead body, stabs herself with a dagger in a violent and dominant manner that reflects masculinity. In death, they are reunited together forever successfully within their unconventional roles that defy society.