IF CARE ISN’T TAKEN

I’ve evaded this topic for so long for reasons best known to me, but would it hurt if I say one or two words?
Gender equality we call it, but are we fighting for it the right way? Or we just want to switch gender positions.

Every woman wants to be given equal opportunity as every man out there. Every woman wants to be her own boss without being labeled by society.

Take a chair, sit and listen. As humans we are born to freedom and so should live free, with this understanding we got rid of slavery. So also each gender has its responsibility.

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I think the fight for gender equality is for women to be treated fairly in the society and not for them to take the position of men in that society. If a man slaps his wife there is a cry of gender abuse, but what happens when the woman does the slapping? Should the man keep quiet because he is a man and pretend like he wasn’t abused too?

Or why is it that when a man is raped nothing is said about it with the notion that he probably enjoyed it.

I just feel as women you were made to be loved and cared for. Admired by many but belong to one who cherishes and threats you right. I think this is were the fight is, the fight to keep women safe from animals among men. The fight is not which sex holds political offices or which sex makes decisions around the home.

Women strive to grow your potentials to the fullest as women and not carrying the burden of men. If care is not taken roles would change, women would always pay the bill on a date, always provide for the husband and the children. From my point of view that’s what’s going to happen and guess what in years to come men activist would rise and we would be having this same fight over again.

Let’s fight right and smart. The world is big enough for both sex.

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49 thoughts on “IF CARE ISN’T TAKEN

  1. I wouldn’t have said better. Its quite unfortunate that some women sadly don’t understand the fight here; you have some of them fighting to be just were a man should be, others craving to be above the man always. Forgetting they were created to what a man can’t. You hear them ask questions like- who said the man is the head of the family? Yet they’re looking for Mr. Right.
    Your blog is amazing and thanks for letting us understand the fight more.

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  2. I wouldn’t have said better. Its quite unfortunate that some women sadly don’t understand the fight here; you have some of them fighting to be just were a man should be, others craving to be above the man always. Forgetting they were created to do what a man can’t. You hear them ask questions like- who said the man is the head of the family? Yet they’re looking for Mr. Right.
    Your blog is amazing and thanks for letting us understand the fight more.

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  3. I love this but there is still issues where women who are employed get paid less then men who are the exact same. We also have to fight against pigs who work in the media who say being locked in a room and forced to hve sex is a romp, or women who stand up against sexual assult get called whiney pc leftist spewing crap

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