Do you really think women are better than men in many roles.If yes then how?
November 25, 2008 6:01am CST
I do think that women are really better than men because it is she who plays different roles and also justify these roles in their lives. As a daughter, a sister, then a wife, daughter-in-law, mother. In todays world, almost 90% of the woman are working and handling their house and children.
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26 Nov 08
Well, here's my two cents..........I am a mother, wife, daughter, daughter-in-law, sister, sister-in-law, aunt and grandaughter. Believe me this definately does entail ALOT. I believe most women feel the same...that we are the stronger (emotionally and mentally) simply because we not only deal with and are responsible for our own actions and consequences, but we have to deal with all the others in our lives also. I know most men have the capacity to feel and deal with the things we do, but do they? Mostly, no. That's where we usually take over and deal with it all. I not only deal with running my own home business AND a part time outside job, I cook, I clean, I do laundry, I do the grocery shopping, I pay the bills, I do the carpooling, I run everyone to their appointments, the list goes on and on. I believe if you ask men honestly they will answer...most of the women in their lives handle all the details other than maybe fixing the plumbing, heating, car problems, but wait........alot of women do those things also! So, with that being said I do believe men and women are on common ground, it's just that women seem to cover more of that ground.
25 Nov 08
No. I do not believe in gender steereotyping which is what you are trying to do. People are not better or worse just because they are a particular gender. There are good and bad men and women in all areas of society. I believe in equal opportunity - no boundaries based on gender. Equality implies sameness and men and women are not the same they are different. They have different strngths and weaknesses. Both are needed but should not be forced into roles they are not comfortable with just because they are a particular gender.