Breaking Gender Stereotypes

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Breaking Gender Stereotypes

Breaking Gender Stereotypes

Women are better off today, they have equal rights with men in terms of education and employment, but still far from being equal with men. Despite the progress made by women in the 20th century, the question that needs to be addressed is, have women won the battle of equality between men and women? The answer is no! And the reason to it is because almost everyone holds negative stereotypes about women. Women's are expected to be beautiful - like those in beauty magazines, should be able to cook and do the household work, should not drink, smoke, party or we say enjoy life like Men's do. These traditional gender stereotypes hamper all of the progress we have made as a gender over the past few decades. They take away from our opportunities as females. It is high time that we bring about change in our society and the best way is by becoming aware of our own biases and stereotypes in the way we see ourselves and others.

In a book, ‘Men are from earth and women are from earth’, G Soh challenges stereotypes and proves that there are more similarities than differences between men & women, even anatomically. Men & women have the same desires, wants, dreams and fears. So we need to look beyond our gender and break these stereotypes that seem to be so deeply ingrained in us. We have the power to decide what makes sense for us, we just have to believe in ourselves no matter what the world says. Check out the list of inspirational conversation that can successfully battle these gender stereotypes.

Let’s stand together and fight off any detrimental stereotypes against us. We arere awesome, so let’s make sure everyone respects that. We would also like to hear your thoughts on this subject, feel free to post a comment. 

Abhilasha Sidana

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