Feminism is equal rights for both genders, right?
Male and female can never be equal in everything.
Someone said, “many dare to raise daughters as sons, but dare to not raise sons as daughters”. Let that sink in.
Many people are feminists only when it comes to the corporate world. You want equal job opportunities for both genders, okay.
What about the little things that we see everyday, in school, at home.
When you walk up to a tomboy, you think she’s cool, you don’t accuse her of being gay, you think her hairstyle is cool, you think she’s being expressive, you think she’s unique.
When you walk up to a guy who talks like a girl and makes feminine gestures, your conclusion “he’s gay”.
When a woman is raped, everyone suddenly becomes an e-therapist, a human rights activist, which is good.
When a man is raped, if he comes out and reports, nobody takes him serious because they believe he “enjoyed it”. Is that gender equality?
Men can’t be violent, but a violent woman is “feisty”, right!
Think about it.
Gender equality is impossible, and we have to accept it.
Let us embrace gender equity – being fair. Let us treat both genders according to their natural, inbuilt capabilities.
Feminism isn’t the solution to sexism if that’s what you think.
If you believe in gender equality so much, the next time you see a bad vehicle and people trying to push, walk up to them, help them push. Don’t leave it for the men.