stereotyping the two sides of the coin

Men aren’t from Mars and Women aren’t from
venus maybe. Perhaps they are from the same
planet. Similar, yet very different. But that
doesn’t mean the fomer can’t invade in the
latter’s sphere and vice- versa. Both of them are
equally feminine and masculine in their characters.
It’s the stereotyping of the society that makes it
difficult for the two sides to be as one.
Research has proven this vulnerability of the two
genders. It says:
* For every woman who is tired of acting weak when
she knows she is strong, there is a man who is tired
of appearing strong when he is vulnerable.
* For every woman who is tired of being called “an
emotional female”, there is a man who s denied the
right to weep and to be gentle.
* For every woman who is tired of being a sex
object, there is a man who needs to worry about his
potency.
* For every woman who is called unfeminine when
she competes, there is a man for whom competition
is the only way to prove his masculinity.
* For every woman who is denied meaningful
employment or equal pay, there is a man who must
bear full responsibility for another human being.
* For every woman who takes a step towards her
own liberation, there is a man who finds the way to
freedom has been made a little easier.
So, apparently they both are the two sides of the
same coin and setting boundaries for each other
won’t do any good. Gender equality is what we
need, both financially and emotionally.
Men are from Earth and Women are from Earth
and we need to deal with it.men-and-women_oldpic_wide-300x0

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