Saturday, June 7, 2014

Women's World

The dusk has gone a long way and the dawn is yet to come back. Bhutan is under a new government, China is still developing, India has been an independent nation since 1947 and yet, some women are still suffering and having a monotonous life in some parts of the world. Being treated as slaves, faces being covered by clothes and most of the high post taken by men clearly shows that women are not treated equally and are neglected behind.
Article 7 of the Bhutanese constitution says, “All persons are equal before the law and are entitled to equal and effective protection of the law and shall not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, sex, language, religion, politics with the law.” Though Bhutan is not under a peer pressure of gender discrimination. Even than it still exist in some parts of the world. So to avoid gender discrimination, every nation must stand as one and the world must adjust a time to say, “Gender discrimination is no more” and let’s give women equal chances to what men get.

Yesterday was horrible, today is monotonous, so let’s cheer for all the women and make an enormous tomorrow.

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