Since the beginning of time it has been known that there have been a distinction between woman and man for biological reasons which is used as a justification for the creation of what is called: society roles; Roles that are meant to shape not only the behaviour but also the attitudes of the people towards life. From the beginning man in almost all cultures have had the fortune of having a more prestigious role than woman and the role of the leader while the woman is expected to live in the shadow and work in their houses. However, today the world is facing the globalization, and issue that is changing the world as it used to be known and where many woman believe that this is the time to stand for themselves and demand for the same rights both sexes. So, should the society roles be redefined or be the same as it has been for centuries?
Society is not only content with the biological distinction between sexes, it insist in the factor of adding a cultural difference further of the reality of the differences between sexes and confirming the theory that there is a need of having social roles. It is known that man has a bigger potential when it comes to strength and historically that was the reason why men were the leaders, they were the ones in charge because they were able to provide resources for their families and since that moment men have been recognise as the main provider while woman were supposed to take care of the housekeeping. That is the reason why nowadays many men believe they are above woman or that they should be the ones in control and management of the important roles in the society. “The basic biological facts are undisputed: Only women can bear and nurse children, and, on the average, men are bigger, stronger, and faster than women. Adult male bodies also contain a higher amount of androgen than adult female bodies. However, people are never content with observing these simple
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