Gender Inequality

Gender equality which I have seen and heard throughout my life. More than gender equality, our society should have equal human rights. There are many crimes, dishonesty due to inequality in race and gender.

We want to end gender inequality, and to do this, we need everyone involved. We want to try to galvanize as many men and boys as possible to be advocates for change and we don’t just want to talk about it. We want to try and make sure that it’s tangible. Many men don’t understand all the pain and transformation which women face in daily life style. Women are not an object which men can use as slaves to do men’s house hold work. They should understand that today women are working like men in Tech Industry and on top these men want women to be like servant to clean and cook etc. in the house. ARE WE ALSO HUMANS like them? Gender inequality continues to be a worldwide issue; women and girls are often denied equal access to education, medical care, livable wages and personal autonomy.

Centuries have changed but women are still suffering. Even in 21th century, many women are still suffering from abusive life because of men not treating them as humans. When will this society change completely and treat women has a creation of Gods purpose than an object of convenience. ISN’T WOMAN EQUAL AS MAN? “In the nineteenth century, the central moral challenge was slavery. In the twentieth century, it was the battle against totalitarianism. We believe that in this century the paramount moral challenge will be the struggle for gender equality around the world.”
 ― Nicholas D. Kristof, Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide

There are many women in our society who accomplished many successes. Every success has struggle of gender inequality but these successful women won victory with faith and speak up. “If anyone makes you feel less than you are, for the color of you skin, for where you come from, for the gender of the person you love, for the religion you have faith in, stand up, speak up, roar. No silence till we are equal.” ― Thisuri Wanniarachchi, COLOMBO STREETS

‘Surely even in India there are women writers? Indian women writers?’ Arundhati Roy, for instance, The God of Small Things? Meena Alexander, Fault Lines? Susie Tharu. Read Women Writing in India. Or her other book, We Were Making History, about women in the struggle!’ ‘Mahabharata, Ramayana, and mostly Bhagavad Gita. There are a few others, what they call Purana, Rig-Veda ….‘I am sure that those epics and Puranas, even the Gita, were all written by men,’ Nyawira said. ‘The same men who invented the caste system. When will you learn to listen to the voices of women?”

“…if I have a daughter I will tell her she can do anything, and I will mean it, because I have no other intention of informing her otherwise. As my mother did with me, and my mother’s mother before her, I shall simply hide the truth from her. I will tell her that despite what others may whisper, there is no difference between her and any boy. I will tell her to work her hardest and try her best. And that if one day she looks around and finds that, despite her very best efforts, lesser men have superseded her, then she probably could have done better. These words may not be true, nor will they be fair, but I would hope that they ensure she never becomes a victim of her own femininity. I hope she will be empowered to pick herself up, study harder, work longer, and exceed her own expectations. I don’t want my daughter to break any glass ceilings. I’d rather she never even contemplated their existence. Because glass ceilings, closed doors, and boys clubs are notions, they’re ideas, and they’re not tangible. You can’t see, touch, or feel them. They can only exercise power over us if we choose to believe in them. So why lay down your own gauntlet? The cliche rings true, if you reach for the moon, you might just land on the stars. Throw a glass ceiling into the works, and it can only get in the way. And I suspect that deep down, every woman who ever truly excelled thought exactly this way. I doubt they ever gave much thought to the fact that they are women. I think they just really wanted to rock out. And they did; louder, harder, and better than anyone else around them. And at some point down the line, enough people took note.”

When will this gender inequality ends.