People exist in this world with the unwavering fact that men and women are created equal. This fact is in the surface of humanity substantiating the essence of all people in the same pedestal of roles and duties.
Gandhi says that all are children of one and same God and therefore absolutely equal. It is God’s supremacy which tells people that regardless of sex and social status, all are the same beings and have the same degree of importance.
God does not look at one of the sexes as if the one is the only important being. Eve was created from one of the ribs of Adam’s ribs, signifying that men and women stand side by side in status before God.
According to John F. Kennedy, people do not have equal talents, but all people should have an equal opportunity to develop their talents. All human beings have their innate and learned talents and these are to be developed in spite of differences in gender, status, age, duties, roles and perspective.
Furthermore, Friedrich Hayek asserts equality as essential before the law and people should be treated alike in spite of the fact that all are different.
The differences of men and women have put the women into the field of inferiority, describing them as weak and powerless part of the society.
Traditionally, women were typically involved in domestic tasks emphasizing child care and did not enter paid employment This declares the stereotype view for women as of lower value and inferior in nature.
In addition, poorer women, especially working-class women, makes this often remained an ideal as economic necessity that compelled them to seek employment outside the home. The occupations that were available to them were, however, lower in prestige and pay than those available to men.
Moreover, the low and poor perspective for the woman was intensified not only by seclusion in education and employment but also in other aspects.
In the history of Western Civilization, cultural beliefs gave women limited roles....