Rhetorical Analysis Formal Proposal

For my rhetorical analysis, I plan on researching and writing about violence against women, not only in the United States but all over the world.  I want to specifically look at rape rates and what people are attempting to do to prevent or try to stop it.  I find this topic to be very intriguing because I, myself, am a woman of the 21st century and I feel that I deserve the same amount of respect as any male.  Women, however, are constantly being degraded, violently harmed, and sexually abused in their homes and on the streets.  These actions need to be prevented because not only are unwanted pregnancies occurring, but illnesses, a loss of self-esteem, and even deaths are occurring.  I personally feel that this issue is not something that media focuses on and pays very little attention too.  The only time the public really hears about a “hate crime” against a women, is if a celebrity is involved.  The media does not focus on this issue that i would like to bring up; therefore, I hope to bring awareness to even the few readers that may read my piece.  By examining different articles, I can see how people’s perspectives, all over the world, are on this topic and see if anyone is really taking a stand for these women.  My questions about the rhetorical analysis are really about the set up.  Since I am focusing on diverse articles and sources, should I simply focus on one article first and then transition into another and then another, or should I talk about the many sources all together.  Finally, in my piece, should I state my own opinions on this topic?  I find it extremely difficult to not take a side or even agree with an article more.  If I shouldn’t be biased, how can I do so?  I would love my paper to be as informative and exciting as it can be; therefore, I need all the help I can get!!!