Format of debate on barrier to women’s advancement Vs Men. What are the challenges that are faced by men and what aare the hurdles that women face in their professional career.
As a principal speaker in an inter-collegiate debate, write your contribution for or against the motion; “Women do not have as good a chance as men as succeeding in life”
This world is ruling by men. Women do not have a good chance as men for succeeding in life. Elaborating it, when we want to decide something we always prefer the decision taken by a man. Whether we are living in America or in third world countries we always give preference to men. No woman in America ever became president and ruled the country.
Talking about Pakistan, whenever a woman says that she want to get education, 56% of the families refuse her request, and the rest of it admit them to schools just for status. The illiteracy rate in Pakistan is higher than the literacy rate because the men here still thinks that women cannot do anything, she is only for house hold jobs.
Men are responsible for this they cannot even see women successful in lives. If we talk about single mother if they do jobs for their earning they face a lot of problems and difficulties, just because of men
Debate on Barrier to Women’s Advancement Vs Men
The barriers that women face in terms of advancement towards men are sickening. Women are treated like objects, and most women do not even come forward if they are harassed or assaulted in fear of ruining their family’s reputation, the fact that the police will not care, or they will blame the woman instead.
This is the sad state of affairs in our country. Women do not have equal opportunities in this country, and we are falling behind. With the rise of feminism in other countries, we are still stuck in the same mindset that a woman should stay home and cook and clean. Women get high level degrees only to have them wasted because they are forced to work at home. For jobs, men are chosen as preference over women. Extremely few women work in the parliament and government.
These issues are commonplace. The worst part of it is, our superiors and authorities are actively participating in these horrible actions. They pay the police to turn a blind eye. People with money are able to get away with harassing and assaulting women because their families’ are powerful. This is a severe issue that must be investigated and exposed.
This is the kind of activism we need in our society; something that awakens a revolution among us. Something that tears down the walls of everything we know and allows Pakistan to progress. We cannot ignore issues that affect half of our population. I believe all humans want to leave a legacy behind, and this could be your legacy. You, the editor, could be known as the person who has exposed crimes against woman by high-level officials as the next Watergate or Panama Papers. You could leave a legacy behind and be known as a hero for women in Pakistan. Think about what you want, and think about what is right.