In the United States woman is physically abused by her intimate partner every nine seconds. More than 1 million children, overwhelmingly female, are forced into prostitution every year, the majority in Asia Bunch. Bosnian women are underrepresented in government institutions and state companies. The women in Bosnia who were left with disabilities by the war face double-discrimination Savage. A woman in Russia has a chance to be almost anything, except a woman cited in Barson, All of these statistics imply that more and more women are violated, considered sex slaves, and more because men may have presumptions that women are weak, incapable, and are like their properties to be used.
Plus, we may never know but there may be so many unreported cases anywhere about violence against women. Actually, women nowadays are considered luckier than those who lived years before. At some point, there are also many societies who give high regard to women, as respectable and dignified people equal to men in intellect and capabilities.
Nonetheless, it is still quite apparent and undeniable that a substantial portion of society manifests the treatment of women as only secondary to men. I personally believe that men and women must not be treated differently or with biases, in a sense that they are both created by God in His image and likeness.
They are both capable of doing great and admirable things. People must not pass judgment on others because of gender. Yes, some females may commit mistakes in their lives naturally they are human beings, just like men. But this is not a ground for considering women as substandard. There have been many instances that they have proven their worth and competence. Therefore, there is not enough reason; rather, there is no reason at all to put women under oppression just because of their gender.
Men, and women likewise, must be treated and given respect equally just like any other human being would want to be appreciated. References Barson, M. New York: Hyperion. In the bygone days, women were confined to a life within the foal- walls of a house, playing second fiddle to men folk.
In the modern days and age, they enjoy equal opportunities with men, competing with them in every way. They are successful lawyers, judges; police-officers and civil servants. They are at the helm of affairs in politics—what with the likes of Ms Sonia Gandhi shaping the political ethos of our nation!
Even in areas which were exclusively the domain of men, they have made their mark. Women have ventured successfully in to the field of medicine space research and business.
The age-old premise, that women are physically weaker and unsuitable for a job which involves risk, has been proved wrong, for now it is not uncommon to find them in various wings of the police, army or air force. Dr Hinduja, a renowned gynecologists has brought hope to numerous issue-less couples. Shahnaz Hussain has proved that the world of business is no longer the exclusive domain of men.I love watching cartoons and animal movies. I have got success many times and many times I have failed also. Progressive, alert and aware women mean a progressive nation. Some corporate institutions hire only male employees for certain positions, with the principle that men do better jobs. My father is government servant whereas, my mother is a doctor. Women are not given heavier roles in society.
These values have been taught to us by our parents. Like my mother, I also want to be a doctor. My elder sister studies in high school whereas, my elder brother studies in college.
I want to serve my country men with this profession. Instead, one has to learn from all extracurricular activities in which one participates. I do take proper care of my time and try not to waste my time.
But whenever, you take up the pen you may often find yourself surrounded by the questions like what I myself am? I do my home work sincerely and help my class fellows. They are still grappling with narrow social conventions, illiteracy and backwardness. Bunch, C. Women Commentary.
There have been many instances that they have proven their worth and competence. Maybe it is not fully grasped in their indistinct language, but their behaviors show it all.
New York: Hyperion. Women Commentary. I am truly inspired.
The Magsaysay Award winner, Mrs Kiran Bedi, has pioneered reforms in the jail, facilitating the rehabilitation of prisoners. I do play table tennis with my elder brother at my home. My other two elder sisters are younger than my brother.
My family, especially my mother, has been the much source of encouragement and motivation for me. My parents have made it possible for me to lean more and be a good person in future. We all studying in the same school. I do play cricket during my free time with my friends. I love watching cartoons and animal movies. I am studying at one of the best schools of our area.
I myself feel to be honored for being able to help others.
I believe one should work hard to be successful in life. Although no one can be described in a few set of sentences.
Actually, women nowadays are considered luckier than those who lived years before. I like eating simple yet tasty foods. It is great to come school with your friends in school bus. I am a good student, who actively participates in all activities, be it exams or extra curricular activities. I come from a well reputed family of Delhi. Emecheta, I felt, provided a much-needed glimpse into the world of the African woman, a world harsher than that of the African male because woman is doubly marginalized
I live in citizen colony, Madras. My parents has always taught me to be straightforward and bold. I am very punctual and I always do my homework correctly. I have 2 brothers who are elder to me and one younger sister. I am most respected, loved and responsible human being. With the occurrence of the French Revolution, a new idea-nationalism- has come up and started to affect all the countries; especially empires