Why Gender Equality is hard to accept in other countries?
any opinions in mind?
Because the Koran says women are worth half of a man and that it is a literally fatal sin to challenge that doctrine.
Strong religious beliefs and no separation of church and state are probably the leading cause why many countries have a difficult time accepting gender equality and enacting laws.
The Catholic church doesn't allow women to be priest.
Even in the U.S. it's not an actual "reality" for many women.
It's easier to create laws than it is to change hearts and minds.
Nevertheless in many countries (it's not against the law to discriminate). In the U.S. most equality rights were protested and fought for. Citizens in those countries have to demand it!
by Dr Anupma Srivastava 7 years ago
There are so many countries where this discrimination does not exist, but there are some societies where it still exist, I need you suggestions how it can be removed from those societies.
by Darkproxy 14 months ago
Why do feminists think extermination of men is a path to gender equality?Feminists in the 21st century seem more focused on eugenics and extermination of men in hopes of creating the male free gynotopias they have created every time they create a work of fiction.
by JP Carlos 21 months ago
Is gender equality a reality or is it still a wish for many?Although there are many supporters for gender equality, I still see people - leaders and groups exhibit deplorable acts against gender equality.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
comprehend the premise of feminism which is total gender equality? Many people associate feminism with the demise of society as they know it or worse. Why is feminism still the proverbial boogeyman?
by gcolefam1 6 years ago
Is gender role equality worth the cost it has on our society or have we gone to far?
by dingdong 8 years ago
What do you think? It's still there - some controversies about gender equality and liberation! Islam? Hinduism? Share your opinions
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