A great read
~”Being a woman has never been easy, nor tougher than now” – Me~
“This is not a feminist rant that demands unreasonable equality, nor a condemnation of men. It is merely a reflection of what it feels like to be a woman in today’s India.”
We belong to a remarkable generation – one where definitions are changing, stereotypes being broken, glass ceilings shattering, new gender roles emerging, and gender equality is finally being accepted – it’s a transitional time for women empowerment, but being a woman has never been tougher. And here’s why.
Times are a-changing
In the 1900s, women had a predefined role in society – they were expected to be homemakers, and providing food and comfort to their families were their primary goals in life. To be a good daughter, wife, and mother was what made them happy. In a twisted way, our mothers had it easier than us…
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