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What is the toughest part of being a woman?

  1. bharmoriat profile image37
    bharmoriatposted 6 years ago

    What is the toughest part of being a woman?

    what do you hate the most or are scared of?

  2. onegoodwoman profile image76
    onegoodwomanposted 6 years ago

    Women are expected to understand the trials of manhood........be it our fathers, sons, brothers or husbands.............

    Men, are EXCUSED from caring about the business of being  a woman.

    I am woman.........I am not allowed to fear.........

    I am woman, I am encouraged to 'hate' or display jealousy.

    Yet, we are dismissed and ridiculed for relying on our sister women.

  3. VolvoInfotech profile image69
    VolvoInfotechposted 6 years ago

    Either they cry or they smile. I scared from both.

  4. Eunice Stuhlhofer profile image60
    Eunice Stuhlhoferposted 6 years ago

    I think the toughest part of a being a woman is fulfilling the roles and purpose of (her) life. I would say these are the challenges, struggles but they also bring triumphs and exceptional joys. I view the woman as a unique creation of God; and she is fully equipped to handle much more than she can imagine.

    I don't hate neither am I scared of being a woman. I wouldn't want to be anything or anyone else.


  5. stariswhoiam profile image60
    stariswhoiamposted 6 years ago

    the media often tells women that they need to rely on outside approval to prove their worth... which is a really false message & if believed isn't something that would be beneficial to believe because self-esteem is within and what happens in life can't always cater to what one wants to happen in life.

  6. stricktlydating profile image82
    stricktlydatingposted 6 years ago

    For me personally I don't find any part of being a woman tough, but the child birth part... Gosh if there was only an easier way!

  7. Hubpage Gal profile image59
    Hubpage Galposted 6 years ago

    The toughest part of being a woman is to move through obstacles and  baracades to equal opportunity in employment.  Even though more women graduate college more so than men, women still falls behind when it come to equal pay for equal work.

    Most women are not vigilantes when it comes to fighting for equal pay. Most likely women accept the difference in pay structure unless they are willing to endure a job grievous that most likely would end up like the Walmart lawsuit. 

    I am not employed at Walmart but is aware of the class action suit that  charged Walmart  with not promoting women equally as men.  The outcome of the Walmart case was that the court sided with Walmart  because the lawyers said that the requirement was that each woman had to file a separate lawsuit.

    In my particular situation, I am a government contractor but most often the men employees get the job because even though I have extensive government experience and a government clearance, the HR departments favor the men for the top notch government positions that requires a lot of traveling.