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Lack of men involved in Gender Equality actions

Tue 9.5.2017 2:43 pm

Gender Equality actions may be seen as a feministic approach as most of women get involved in this kind of action. Women fight for equal rights at work and at home. They try to prove that women are equal to men but these actions are fruitless without involvement of men. However, most of the times, men are left besides the actions, they are not invited to take a part and feel responsible for the change. 

For this reason, men should be encouraged to take serious steps and join the gender equality actions to change the situation. They should feel responsible for changing the situation of gender inequality and fight for gender equality at work and at home. Only the union of both genders can help to eliminate the gender inequality issue. 

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Submitted by Aušra on Thu, 2017-05-11 08:14

I agree and I think that it need to share the achievements of women in the IT field and also change men's and community attitude and feel responsibility.

 

 

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Submitted by Reda Bartkute on Thu, 2017-05-11 11:21

I think that in some fields, men also face some inequality. The help and support would help ourselves by creating a strong community to fight the Gender Inequality. 

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Submitted by Margarida Pereira on Thu, 2017-05-11 11:33

Gender issues have always been addressed by women and feminist associations on the whole. The word to be used is feminist, not "feministic". Feminist associations do not exclude men, but I agree that more men should get involved, especially, in fields where women are so few, which is the case of IT. 

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