Inequality Amongst Women

This upcoming Sunday will be International Women’s Day. This year’s International Women’s Day, the focus is about “Celebrating women’s achievements and increasing visibility, while calling out inequality.”

Women’s Day

As I glanced back into the past, women had done so much and had achieved so much for us, modern women, to enjoy. Let’s talk about childbirth. It wasn’t until 1902 that midwifery laws appeared and improved the quality of care of mothers. Child birth was a dangerous part of life. Even in the present day with our advanced medical system, there were many different reasons for complications.

Inequality Amongst Women

International Women’s Day reminds us that inequality between men and women still exists. Sadly, this inequality and unfairness also happens among women ourselves. After speaking with numerous working mothers and stay-at-home mothers, I notice that they all have something is common. They speak of the feeling that they are inadequate at their jobs. Naturally, many of the comments are very subjective. However, their feelings are very genuine and real.

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11 thoughts on “Inequality Amongst Women

  1. I have always felt women got the short end of wages and salaries in management. Today is the day to stop it in its tracks once and for all. I know you have the power that others are just recognizing what you all hold and have. Please do our world proud and never stop until all things are equal across the board around the world. I am behind you always have been. A former active labour person who misses the action.. God bless you and guide you al through what you are about to do this weekend ! I am also a blogger on here. James Best-Author You want another voice in your favour than just ask me and explain what I can and will do once asked.

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      1. You are very welcome. I was very involved in the labor movement and community groups. I understand and proud to do anything to help you all the women being seen as equals in the work place with same wages and salaries.

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