The Big Questions

Over time women have struggled through their life as they have almost always been mistreated. As this sexist behavior continues it is vital that we question our race if we are unable to treat each other equally.

Are we really an advanced race as we can fly a man to the moon but are unable to treat each other equally?

What makes an advanced race, amazing creations or freedom and equality?

Why do some men believe they are the superior race?

Is it fair that women are mistreated?

Should it take for innocent people (like Malala) who need to be injured to open our eyes to an new view, the correct view?

Thanks for reading

By Loyalwolf

6 Comments

  1. St Gregory's Catholic Primary School St Gregory's Catholic Primary School

    Nice post!
    Smileyfootball07

  2. Harris Beckenham Harris Beckenham

    I know what you mean but its not just women who are getting mistreated it is also men who are unwanted at being a nurse or a midwife so this is aswell a big deal.
    goalshooterhabe

  3. St Gregory's Catholic Primary School St Gregory's Catholic Primary School

    I completely agree goalshooterhabe. I personally believe that it is vital that we address sexist behaviour as a whole instead of dealing with it as women’s right’s rights and men’s rights because we don’t need specific gender rights we just need rights!
    Loyalwolf

  4. Hi Goalshooterhabe and Loyalwolf,

    This is a really interesting discussion! Have you heard of the word ‘feminist’? If not, here is a little bit of information about the word. http://www.learnersdictionary.com/definition/feminism

    You’ve both said you think the discussion should be about gender equality rather than women’s equality. Would you call yourselves ‘feminists’?

  5. St Gregory's Catholic Primary School St Gregory's Catholic Primary School

    I would say I am a feminist and a proud one at that. This is because in my personal opinion I believe that women and men are equal as we are all human and I will continue to fight for gender equality until the day I die.
    Loyalwolf

  6. St Gregory's Catholic Primary School St Gregory's Catholic Primary School

    In advance to this I believe my view are based on my mother as she is a very strong character and has molded my opinions on gender equality.
    Loyalwolf