Men and Women


Women can be as like as men. Do you agree with this statement? Why and why not?

Yes, I do agree with this statement. Our rebel poet Kazi Nazrul Islam sang the song of equality in his Women Poem. I sing the song of equality, In my view, there is no disparity between man and woman. Everything that is a great creation and beneficial forever, half of it is created by man and another half by woman.

Sins, sufferings, pains and tears that have come on earth, men have borne half of them and women the rest. From the above lines, we can easily understand the contribution of men and women in century to century. Men are not inferior to women and women also are not inferior to men in any ways. Both are complementary to each other.

 Men do their respective duties. On the other hand, women also do their respective duties. None duties is less important. If a father bear the cost of a child to bring up, a mother bears a child in 10 months in her belly. Nothing is less important.

We know the human body can bear only up to 45 Del (units) of pain. Yet at the time of giving birth, a mother feels up to 57 Del of pain. This is similar to 20 bones getting fractured at the same time. This cannot be compared to anything. This is above the comparison.

 In our society we measure the value of human beings in terms of earnings. We wrongly considered men superior to women in terms of earnings. Can we measure the 57 Del of pain in terms of money? This is truly immeasurable.

 There are some specific reasons for which I claim women can be as like as men:- Usage of Brain: Research found that men tend to use one side of their brain, particularly the left side for verbal reasoning while women tend to use both cerebral areas for visual, verbal and emotional responses.

These differences in brain use cause a difference in behavior between men and women. Women tend to be better at sensing emotional messages in conversations, gestures and facial expressions.

Women start to speak and read at an earlier age than men. Women are generally better in verbal skills such as learning a different language. They tend to have better grasp on grammar and spelling and women have better handwriting than men do.

 Reaction to Pressure:- Men and women have different reactions to stress, both physically and mentally. They attempt managing stress in very different ways and also perceive their ability to do so.

 Findings suggest that while women are more likely to report physical symptoms associated with stress, they are doing a better job connecting with others in their lives and at times, these connections are important to their stress management strategies.

Work Perfection: Women in the corporate world are more likely to be perfectionists and heavily self-critical than their male counterparts. According to the results of a survey in Australia, 33 percent of women in corporate workplaces had high perfectionism scores, compared to 21 percent of men.

Looking at self-criticism, 44 percent of women exhibited this trait, compared to 34 percent of male respondents.

Managerial Role:  In 2019, 29% of senior management roles are held by women, the highest number ever on record. • 87% of global businesses have at least one woman in a senior management role in 2019.

The proportion of women in senior leadership differs by role:  43% of human resources directors are women compared to 17% of sales directors and 16% of chief information officers.

Leadership: Women do not lag behind in leadership than men. Many women led and still leading from the front in many countries. • Sheikh Hasina Wajed, Prime Minister of Bangladesh • Helle Thorning-Schmidt, Prime Minister of Denmark • Yingluck Shinawatra, Prime Minister of Thailand • Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany • Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, President of Argentina • Dilma Rousseff, President of Brazil • Julia Gillard, Prime Minister of Australia • Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President of Liberia • Sheikh Hasina Wajed, Prime Minister of Bangladesh • Johanna Sigurdardottir, Prime Minister of Iceland • Laura Chinchilla, President of Costa Rica • Tarja Halonen, President of Finland • Dalia Grybauskaite, President of Lithuania • Kamla Persad-Bissessar, Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago.

 Development Skills: According to a statistics, European and American senior-level executives agree that women have more developed skills associated with encouraging and supporting, while men are considered better at decision-making and problem-solving. Men are associated with leadership qualities, and many employees think of men as of those who can be in charge.

 From this aforesaid discussion we can say that nowadays women are nowhere behind from men rather they are working shoulder to shoulder with men to make this earth a better place to live in. No achievement is possible in this earth without the merit, labor, integrity and Excellency of women.

Thus, we can say women can contribute as like as men.

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