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is male and female equal in all aspects group discussion

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Well,in general male and female arenot equalin all aspects. Physical aspect alone there is a great difference. Men are more strong than women.

Are male and female equal in all aspects?

Well, in general male and female are not equal in all aspects. Physical aspect alone there is a great difference. Men are more strong than women. But this does not mean that men are always superior than women.

Should there be equality between men and women?

I agree that there should be equality as women does much better in studies than men.Both men and women should be treated equally in the eyes of every individual.

Are men and women inherently different?

No matter how you look at it, men and women are inherently different. Women can give birth to children while men cannot. In general, men are physically stronger and taller than women. Men's and women's brains are even different, processing thoughts and emotions in separate ways giving each sex a different advantage.

What are the differences between the roles of men and women?

First, there are differences between the roles of men and women, differences that demand different approaches. Second, there is systemic inequality between men and women. Universally, there are clear patterns of women’s inferior access to resources and opportunities.

Why are male and female not created equally?

Male and female have their own aspects where they dominate in it. They are not created equally because God wants them to help each other and held hand in hand. Even though the society is dominated by the male, the female are little by little changing the trend in our society by proving that females are capable of doing what the males can do. Even some jobs that are for male our now available for females and vice versa. In general, if you look at it, they may seem equal in the sense that both have the capabilities in an aspect where they are good at but the other is not. Nonetheless, we have to appreciate for this difference in our society. It is for the difference that we keep on moving on.

Does God give more power to men or women?

Like every other person have other features and property. God gave more physical power to Men but at the other end God gave more mental strength to women. According to me both are same and women are able to do anything a man can do

Is a male stronger than a female?

Not in all aspects but of course when it comes to strength, males are much more stronger than females. That's a huge difference but when it comes to society, men and women are all equal.

Is a male equal to a female?

Well, in general male and female are not equal in all aspects. Physical aspect alone there is a great difference. Men are more strong than women. But this does not mean that men are always superior than women. Women also excel in other ways.

What makes women equal to men?

Women often argue that they are equal to men.When they are asked what makes them equal to men they say that they can anything that men do for example they can be engineers, lawyers,doctors etc.They cite that these factors make them equal or they should at least be considered equal.What women are saying is that their ability to perform in masculine duties should be used to judge their equality to men.

What does "antonymous" mean in Sanxuary?

Antonymous on May 06, 2019: Sanxuary, we talk about prejudice about roles and the idea of kitchen being the only place for women not actual average physical difference in strength, which mean if a woman gets or not gets a job for being fit or not being fit enough for that job, not on the ground of just being a woman.

What is the difference between men and women?

The only difference between men and women is physical strength in favor of men and pain threshold in favor of women. Men are physically stronger this is why they react to pain less and why pain passes more quickly, however women have a higher pain threshold and men pass out because of pain earlier.

What is income inequalities?

Income inequalities - Income inequalities have been experienced by women in various work places.Salary discrimination exists when employees are equally qualified and perform the same work but one group of employees is paid more than another. In this case,men have often been paid higher than women.

Why are there so few documented female serial killers?

The reason why there isn't many documented female serial killer because the authorities once believed females didn't have what it takes to be a serial killer. Even today there is still no definitive profile for female serial killers. Have you ever wonder why media uses ''sexual assualt'' instead of ''rape'' now.

Why do women work at home?

At home- Women are traditionally expected to put their educational and careers on hold so that they can raise children while their husbands go to work.Women therefore work more at home doing childcare chores while men take less time in childcare and spend more time at work.

Is "antonymous" true prejudice?

Antonymous, true prejudice even as womwn fight for equality they should be fit for the job given and jobs should not be given to them simply because they are women.They should have the qualifications and be able to prove they are qualified for the job.But that opportunity to proce themselves ought to be there.

What is the difference between equality and sameness?

The idea of 'sameness' suggests that two or more people (or things) are identical, while equality addresses the fact that two or more people (or things) are identical in quantity, size, degree, or value. In the case of gender equality, we are talking about men and women being identical in value. Yet, it is fair to say that men and women are not the same, identical. We certainly are not physically the same. We are not emotionally the same and many other areas. We are different, but we are equal in value.

Do women have less control over men?

For example, in another study that I conducted and published [1] found that a woman’s locus of control is statistically significantly lower than a man’s LOC. Specifically, women believe that they have less control over their circumstances than men. Given this premise, women tend to network in smaller groups and seek other women that have the same value systems as they do; however, men are shallower in their networking and see the practice of networking as a way of getting ahead and aren’t too concerned with matching value systems, therefore are more successful when networking in larger conferences.

Can men and women network differently?

Specifically connecting this notion to that of networking, brings about a renewed discussion. Women and men will network differently (not the same), but can achieve an ’equal’ result. This is best measured based on an outcome and not process; based on results and not effort. If you have followed any of the networking gurus, you know that networking should be intentional, with purpose, to achieve a goal. If we connect our networking to a desired outcome, we will see that both men and women can achieve via different methods.

Do men and women want to solve inequality?

It also appears that everyone, men and women, want to solve the inequality problem. I sincerely believe that we do; however, before we can solve this problem, we must first must define the problem.

What is meant by gender?

The term gender refers to the economic, social and cultural attributes and opportunities associated with being male or female. In most societies, being a man or a woman is not simply a matter of different biological and physical characteristics. Men and women face different expectations about how they should dress, behave or work. Relations between men and women, whether in the family, the workplace or the public sphere, also reflect understandings of the talents, characteristics and behaviour appropriate to women and to men. Gender thus differs from sex in that it is social and cultural in nature rather than biological. Gender attributes and characteristics, encompassing, inter alia, the roles that men and women play and the expectations placed upon them, vary widely among societies and change over time. But the fact that gender attributes are socially constructed means that they are also amenable to change in ways that can make a society more just and equitable.

Why is it important to take gender concerns into account in programme design and implementation?

Second, there is systemic inequality between men and women. Universally, there are clear patterns of women’s inferior access to resources and opportunities. Moreover, women are systematically under-represented in decision-making processes that shape their societies and their own lives. This pattern of inequality is a constraint to the progress of any society because it limits the opportunities of one-half of its population. When women are constrained from reaching their full potential, that potential is lost to society as a whole. Programme design and implementation should endeavour to address either or both of these factors.

What is gender mainstreaming?

Gender mainstreaming is a strategy for integrating gender concerns in the analysis, formulation and monitoring of policies, programmes and projects. It is therefore a means to an end, not an end in itself; a process, not a goal. The purpose of gender mainstreaming is to promote gender equality and the empowerment of women in population and development activities. This requires addressing both the condition, as well as the position, of women and men in society. Gender mainstreaming therefore aims to strengthen the legitimacy of gender equality values by addressing known gender disparities and gaps in such areas as the division of labour between men and women; access to and control over resources; access to services, information and opportunities; and distribution of power and decision-making. UNFPA has adopted the mainstreaming of gender concerns into all population and development activities as the primary means of achieving the commitments on gender equality, equity and empowerment of women stemming from the International Conference on Population and Development.

Why is gender equality important?

Gender equality is intrinsically linked to sustainable development and is vital to the realization of human rights for all. The overall objective of gender equality is a society in which women and men enjoy the same opportunities, rights and obligations in all spheres of life. Equality between men and women exists when both sexes are able to share equally in the distribution of power and influence; have equal opportunities for financial independence through work or through setting up businesses; enjoy equal access to education and the opportunity to develop personal ambitions, interests and talents; share responsibility for the home and children and are completely free from coercion, intimidation and gender-based violence both at work and at home.

Is gender equality a concern for men?

The achievement of gender equality implies changes for both men and women. More equitable relationships will need to be based on a redefinition of the rights and responsibilities of women and men in all spheres of life, including the family, the workplace and the society at large. It is therefore crucial not to overlook gender as an aspect of men’s social identity. This fact is, indeed, often overlooked, because the tendency is to consider male characteristics and attributes as the norm, and those of women as a variation of the norm.

What is the UNFPA's main goal?

UNFPA has adopted the mainstreaming of gender concerns into all population and development activities as the primary means of achieving the commitments on gender equality, equity and empowerment of women stemming from the International Conference on Population and Development.

How does gender affect men?

But the lives of men are just as strongly influenced by gender as those of women. Societal norms and conceptions of masculinity and expectations of men as leaders, husbands or sons create demands on men and shape their behaviour. Men are too often expected to concentrate on the material needs of their families, rather than on the nurturing and caring roles assigned to women. Socialization in the family and later in schools promotes risk-taking behaviour among young men, and this is often reinforced through peer pressure and media stereotypes. So the lifestyles that men’s roles demand often result in their being more exposed to greater risks of morbidity and mortality than women. These risks include ones relating to accidents, violence and alcohol consumption.

How can debates help English learners?

Debates in class can help English learners practice a wide range of functions including agreeing and disagreeing, negotiating, collaboration with other students, and so on. Often students need help with ideas and that's where this lesson plan can help. Below you will find cues to the discussion concerning equality between men and women to help get students discussing issues related to the debate. Provide ample time for the discussion and then time the debate. This will help encourage precise language use.

What to do at the end of a debate?

While the debate is in progress, take notes on common errors made by the students. At the end of the debate, take time for a short focus on common mistakes. This is important, as students should not be too involved emotionally and therefore will be quite capable of recognizing language problems - as opposed to problems in beliefs!

When to use review language?

Review language used when expressing opinions, disagreeing, making comments on other person's point of view, etc.

Is equality a reality?

People aren't discussing equality anymore. It has become a reality.

Is a woman equal to a man?

Yes, Women Are Now Equal to Men. Many governments have both male and female representatives. Many companies are now owned or managed by women. A lot of progress has been made since the 1960s. Television series now portray women as successful career makers.

Do men have to share in the raising of children?

Men now share in the raising of children and household responsibilities. Many important laws have been passed to ensure equality in the workplace. In many places, a married couple can choose whether the man or the women takes leave from work to look after the newly arrived baby. People aren't discussing equality anymore.

Is the government made up of men?

Most governments still are made up in their majority of men.

What Should Be Done?

These are just a few of the many areas in which we have yet to achieve complete gender equality in America. At the same time, however, it's important to recognize how far we've come. While we have achieved equality on paper, it's obvious that achieving it in reality is a much more difficult task. So, we must ask ourselves several questions: do traditional gender roles have a place in our society? If not, is religion to blame for encouraging them? Is complete gender equality an achievable goal? Let us know what you think.

How many women are victims of domestic violence?

When it comes to sexual or domestic violence, women are much more likely to be victims than men. Some estimates indicate that up to 70% of women will experience some form of domestic or sexual violence in their life. The vast majority of human trafficking victims worldwide are women. In addition, anywhere between 20-50% of female soldiers in the military are sexually assaulted or raped, according to a report from the Pentagon.

What is the pink tax?

The Pink Tax. In general, personal products for women cost more than equivalent products for men. This is commonly known as "the pink tax". For example, a package of five-blade razor that's marketed specifically for women costs, on average, several dollars more than the same five-blade razor marketed to men.

How many female soldiers are raped?

In addition, anywhere between 20-50% of female soldiers in the military are sexually assaulted or raped, according to a report from the Pentagon. However, men can be victims of domestic violence and sexual assault as well.

How are men and women different?

Women can give birth to children while men cannot. In general, men are physically stronger and taller than women. Men's and women's brains are even different, processing thoughts and emotions in separate ways giving each sex a different advantage.

Which religions allow women to be pastors?

Other denominations of Christianity are more progressive, and do allow women to be pastors and leaders in the church.

Do women stay at home with their children?

Traditional gender roles continue to influence the workplace as well; women are still encouraged to stay at home with the children, while men are pressured to bring home the paycheck that provides for the family. After some examination, it's clear that this is a case where equal opportunity hasn't resulted in equal treatment.

Why is the workplace like a boys club?

The fact that men outnumber women in senior positions makes the workplace look like a boys’ club. And we’re not just talking about toxic situations where male coworkers engage into locker room talk or female employees get harassed. A “boys’ club” exists when there’s no representation for women in decision-making. Because that’s when female voices are rarely heard and their needs are overlooked.

How to fix gender inequality in the workplace?

If you want to fix gender inequality in the workplace, you have to fight the problem at its roots. You need to implement company-wide policies that promote equity, you need to train executives and employees across all levels on biases and you need to engage the “privileged” group – men – in discussions on why gender balance is important.

What did Frances McDormand say during her acceptance speech?

It was March 5, 2018, when Frances McDormand during her Oscar acceptance speech for Best Actress sent a powerful message: women have ideas and, to put those ideas into action, they need a seat at the table. If playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device.

Why is there a boy's club?

A “boys’ club” exists when there’s no representation for women in decision-making. Because that’s when female voices are rarely heard and their needs are overlooked. To change that, we don’t need more discussion on why gender balance in the workplace is good; we need tangible steps.

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Why do women work at the wheel?

This happens for two reasons. First, that woman is able to better understand the potential of her peers and can advocate for them. She also understands how her team can benefit from gender balance and knows where to look for new female team members. Second, she acts as a role model for other women who might be otherwise more hesitant to apply for a job at an all-men team. Seeing a woman at the wheel, though, they get the message that this particular team (and company in general) values women and gives them the opportunity to grow.

How can we fix the lack of women in leadership?

The quickest solution to fix the lack of women in leadership roles is to hire women in leadership roles. Affirmative actions will bring you results in the short-term. But they will also have a long-term impact. Simply put: hiring one woman in a senior position raises the total number of females with a senior-level job by one. But in the future, this woman is likely to hire and promote more women too. So, eventually, that number will go even higher.

What is the gender equality challenge in the UK?

Research by the UK Equalities and Human Rights Commission suggests that in the UK the gender equality area is the equality challenge with which schools and teachers feel least comfortable to take forward, when compared with race and disability equality.

What is a challenge stereotypical?

Challenge stereotypical, either/or understandings of what it means to be male and female – across the whole school community (parents/carers, staff, students).

Who led the No Outsiders project?

Amanda Keddie (Griffith University, Australia) and UK colleagues who led the The No Outsiders action research project have all sought to examine how understandings of gender equality and sexuality equality can be ‘troubled’ and alternative understandings of gender facilitated. Here, the work has explored how using teachers’ critical reflexivity and by provoking ‘conversations’, awareness of local gender inequality can be raised and understandings challenged.

Who is the social theorist who argues for gender equality?

The social theorist Nancy Fraser offers another way of thinking how to develop a set of strategies for promoting gender equality. Fraser argues that socio-economic and cultural injustices always need to be considered together. She calls for a politics of redistribution and recognition. The focus should be on restructuring the underlying systems which result in inequality alongside remedies problematising current ways of thinking narrowly about masculinity and femininity and promoting other ways of being. Thus, drawing on Fraser’s work, educational institutions such as schools could do the several things:

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