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Some people feel that equality between the genders has already been achieved while others feel there is considerable progress to be made. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.

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In present-day society, there has been much discussion about gender equality. Some people think that real progress to fully prevent gender inequality should be made. Yet, others have an opinion that there is a movement to attain equality between the two genders. In this essay, I will discuss both views and state my opinion. Many people argue that gender equality has already been accomplished owing to the fact that both genders can pursue anything they want as long as the law allows. In the past, for thousands of years, women were viewed as subservient to men. Even in marriage, women did not have a choice whom to marry and not see the husband face until her wedding day. But nowadays, women can choose their own marriage partners based on love, their own needs, and wants. This is proof that gender equality has been gained. On the other hand, others believe that there is still a long way to achieve full equality between men and women. According to a report released by UNICEF, girls aged 5–14 spend more hours on household chores than boys their age. Time spent on chores limits a girl’s time to play, socialize with friends, study and relax. Because of this, there’s still a lot of work needed to end these injustices. In conclusion, although the law is allowing both genders to do anything, in the end, gender bias is undermining our social fabric. It is not just a human rights issue; it is a tremendous waste of the world’s human potential. We must make sure that every boy and girl, everywhere, has an equal chance at thriving. Together we can eradicate prejudice and work for equal rights.
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Women and men have had different roles in the community since the beginning. Although these differences are slowly converging, due to the genetic inheritance and socio-demographic components, they still exist. In my opinion, this statement is not completely right or wrong and requires careful consideration. Firstly, it is assumed that men should go out to work. Undoubtedly, men are better adapted genetically to perform physical tasks. The difference in physical abilities is clearly demonstrated in the sporting arena. Take for example the Olympics, or any international sporting event. It can be clearly seen that in these competitions the genders are separated due to inherent differences between the sexes. Similarly, such jobs requiring physical strength as logging or coal mining should continue to be done by men. Secondly, it has been argued that women are more suitable for their traditional roles in the home. Whereas in Afghanistan, in general, females are allowed to do little else but stay at home, being a housewife. Consequently, a woman’s value is largely dictated by society, culture, and history. Nevertheless, to state that her place is in the home is widely considered sexist in modern western societies. Many women nowadays are in positions of power and changing the world to a great extent. For example, Angela Merkel is the Chancellor of Germany and currently ranked as the world’s second most powerful person by Forbes magazine. Her contribution is obviously undeniable To conclude, differences do exist though these are largely through nature. However, it is a flawed stereotype that women should be at home and the workplace is not for them. This glass ceiling is certainly what should be shattered to assure women of their right to have equal opportunity in life.
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Although gender equality is a issue which does not remain too novel, it still causes global controversy. The reason that each country, and each region has different notions of gender equality explains certain disparities in its gender equality. However, thanks to the advancement of ideology of many countries, nowadays, gender equality has been shown to play a significant role in the society and changed the international perspective on gender.fair treatment between men and women to have an equal role and to be facilitated for equal study and development the rights of men and women are equally respected. Women have the right to participate in political and social issues as well as have their own opinions and raise their voices. In the past: Gender equality was an unfamiliar concept and not taken advantage of to a large degree. Women did not have citizenship which was similar to men’s, women were not entitled to participate in political and social issues. In the present: Gender equality becomes much more familiar. Women are entitled to participate in political, social, economic issues such as voting, or holding important positions and women have the right to utilize their citizenship in various matters.
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Every human being is born with a gender of its own, including 'male' and 'female'. We all know that the gender of each person is not determined by themselves. So the burning problem at the moment is "sexism", the old people often have the phrase "respect men and despise women", which has shown a big problem of discrimination. At present, in developed society, the gender discrimination between men and women has been significantly restricted. But some argue that "Some feel that gender equality has been achieved while others feel that significant progress needs to be made" Let's analyze the two points of view. above and clarify the problem In recent times, gender equality in our country has made great progress, but gender inequality is still quite common in some areas of social life, including gender stereotypes against women. Women and girls cause gender imbalance at birth This issue becomes a concern of society as cultural challenges have been deeply rooted in history creating prejudices, ways of and standards, regulations and constraints that put a lot of pressure on women Before the August Revolution in 1945, the role of Vietnamese women was extremely weak, always considered inferior to men in all areas of social life, it seems that no decision in life can be made, but only passively. Currently, in modern society, the role, position and voice of women in many fields have changed drastically. However, from the family side, the solid "cells" of society still have many old prejudices. Many families still carry the idea of ​​"respecting men and disrespecting women". There are still unequal conceptions of women in the family because gender norms according to previous cultural traditions are still deeply rooted in many families and clans, especially some families with many families. generations live together. Many people, including qualified men, still consider women's main job to be giving birth, giving birth, taking care of the family, and staying at home. Many families still carry the idea that they must have a son to continue the family line, the son is the heir to the property, someone "supports a stick" so they have to find a way to have a son at all costs. Many families with both sons and daughters have discrimination and unequal treatment in their own families. Boys always have more rights, are more protected than sisters, cooking and cleaning the house are also mainly taught to girls. When the children grow up and get married, the parents leave most of the assets to their sons, and daughters are just "people", going to be a bride will enjoy the happiness of her husband's family... This invisibility has led to an unequal consequence, imposing unnamed household chores on women's shoulders, turning time spent dealing with housework into unpaid work time. Every human being, whether male or female, has hidden abilities, women do not necessarily know how to cook well, cook dozens of dishes alone, but women can fly airplanes, can fly into space. if from a young age, his parents discovered and cultivated that ability. Instead of focusing on developing their children's individual abilities, many parents assume that boys must be extroverted and have to learn jobs for men, while girls are introverted and only choose suitable light jobs. Because of this point of view, many families, especially in rural areas and ethnic minority areas, often only invest in education for their sons. This type of discrimination has led to an increase in early school dropout among girls in rural and mountainous areas. Gender stereotypes contribute to deepening gender inequality The stereotypes of gender stereotypes still exist right from the books and stories that children learn in the first years of life. Girls and women are often associated with roles such as cooking, babysitting, housework, and work is mainly illustrated as teachers and nurses. Meanwhile, boys and men are associated with images of engineers, policemen, doctors or leaders, commanders... These seemingly simple issues actually have an impact on perceptions and an implicit convention of gender roles for both girls and boys from childhood. Gender inequality has persisted since history and has not been completely liberated so far in terms of gender stereotypes. Then it is the girls who are raised according to the old model, the old habits are the mothers who expect to have a son to continue the husband's family, when they become a mother-in-law when they get old, they expect to have a real grandchild... is a vicious circle in thought that has created gender inequality.Many couples have given birth to 2 healthy, intelligent daughters but still cherish this way to have another son, many couples who have their first child is a girl, find ways to give birth to a second child. must be a boy. Science has developed, many measures can be applied to select and control the sex of the fetus, and many people have spent a lot of money, even going abroad for advice and guidance on giving birth to a son. More painfully, some people even choose to abort the pregnancy when they know the sex of the baby. This situation affects the gender imbalance at birth, which will lead to an excess of boys and girls in the near future, not only affecting personal and family life but also significantly affecting the health of women and children. sustainable development of the country.According to social scientists, the phenomenon of high sex imbalance at birth will affect the process of forming family structure, especially with marriage. Young men are redundant compared to women because the proportion of women is decreasing within the same generation. As a result, men will face serious difficulty in finding a mate. According to the calculations of demographers, in 2019, there were about 45,900 girls born with a shortfall in the number of births in the year, accounting for 6.2% of the number of girls born. If the sex ratio at birth continues to be as high as it is today, in the next two or three decades, there will be millions of men of marriageable age who will not be able to find a life partner. Thus, in my opinion, gender inequality will cause but very unpredictable consequences. Although today's society is developing, gender inequality has been significantly reduced, but somewhere in the poor rural areas, there is still the idea of "respecting men, disregarding women". in my opinion gender equity must be achieved but further significant progress (ie bypassing point 2).
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