Disparity and worlds injustice to women
Gender equality is every human beings right. Men and women should be treated equally. When gender inequality occurs, it is usually women whom are degraded.
Nicholas D. Kristof; demonstrated the idea of gender inequality by giving an example about a 14-year-old Pakistani girl named Malala who was shot in the head and neck by the Taliban. She was shot due to advocating education for impoverished Pakistan girls. The Taliban attempted to end her advocacy, but she did not back down and stood up for women’s rights.
In countries like Pakistan, gender inequality is still going on. When Pakistani women want to open a bank account they are asked for information about their father, brother and husband. This shows that women in Pakistan cannot even have a bank account for themselves without the support of a male figure. Aren’t we women individuals in the society? As an individual we are said to be independent then why cannot some of us be autonomous in some countries and be able to choose for ourselves?
In some Muslim countries, girls cannot join sports such as swimming and football, and be shown in the media, which is unfair to women who want to have experiences and freedom. In my opinion, societies in which governments enforce religion upon the citizens, women are always the inferior half which wrecks out the idea of equality remnants existing in this world. Successes that women have are often hidden from the media, only the bad is shown which is another maddening point for women all around the world especially in Muslim countries.
The lower half wants to be equal to the superiors; there should be nothing against the concept of equality. A Saudi woman who was judged to work for media declared her idea about equality: “The Lord created me equal to you in my duties, punishments and rewards”. She also added, “This is the greatest reason that I’m not less qualified”. In Saudi Arabia women cannot drive, the female...
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