Day women realise primary duties instead claiming rights they already :International Women’s Day 2019

Well, every year we observe various days nominated by international society. We neither stand in the west nor in the east. We are totally confused and absurd in regards to many things. We actually did not conclude liberalism due to which we treat lifestyle as a buffet of world cultures to opt. What we find in our interest we just opt and start defending it.

Let’s get close to the topic:

If rights and women empowerment limits you in standing in the same cue in Banks/State-owned Institutions than my apologies it’s not freedom.

If rights and women empowerment limits you not to sit with a male in Bus/Tram/Train and one seek for separate space my apologies its not freedom.

If rights and empowerment limits you obey traffic rules my apologies it’s not freedom

if rights and empowerment takes feminism clothes partially off in morning shows that drives 60% youth to unethical behavior it’s not freedom

If rights and empowerment discourage you to cook for your husband and family it’s not freedom.

If rights and empowerment distant feminist from there primary duties my apology it’s not freedom

It’s just a fraction of the feminist mindset in the society who are enjoying all the perks of there father and husband and at the same time they tend to wave off their primary duties


On Friday 8 March millions of people will be taking part in events to mark International Women’s Day. Last year strikes, protests and parties were held around the world, paying tribute to women’s achievements and the ongoing fight for equality.

This year’s theme is #BalanceforBetter, a call to action for accelerating gender balance in business, politics, media coverage and wealth. If you are planning on joining an event this year or marking the day in your own way, we’d like to hear from you.

In 2018 many gathered under the banner of the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements. We’d like to know whether you think these campaigns are still as powerful one year on. What are the next steps and challenges to keep the spotlight on the progress and failings in achieving gender equality? Has #MeToo affected you personally?

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