What if there was no gender bias?

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Today, my topic will be a little strange, but it is important and interesting as well! While I was sitting browsing the internet, I asked myself...what if there was no gender bias??!

What if the woman is free?
To work & ignore and be free!

They will stop hearing these sentences:

1) "Women shouldn't laugh loudly"
"Lower your voice"

2) This is your brother : "shame on you!"
"You're a girl , you can't!"

They want to forget the sentence of, "I'm the man, I decide!" because she can also decide! At this moment she will wear whatever she wants which fits them and her personality. Also they will marry whenever they want to the person they choose.

  • Most important, they will not mutilate them and make them marry before 15.
  • They will find a low to save them
  • If they are really free honour crimes will disappeared those crimes originally from old years
  • Their honour is just for them
  • Their mistakes are just for them
  • She will not be blamed if she got harassed
  • They will see real laws against sexual harassment
  • When they are free they will learn and work
  • And travel whenever they want
  • and they will be free from the labels and wrong judge, and the most important they will be free from societal blame which is not understandable! And society treatment as second_class citizens in salaries rights.
    __________________
    She is the half of the society not only words no with statistics
    She is 50% of the world
    (If she is really free she shouldn't feel fear from her body and hate her self just because she's a woman or girl!)

    In the end I want to say : We need to tell our daughters/wife/sisters that the sky is the limit and they can do whatever they want. Let them discover, make mistakes and learn!

    [ Prejudice kills women..!
    No to violence against women..!
    Not to discriminate against women..!
    Women will be free..!]

    Thank you so much dear reader for reading.
    And what do you think would happen if women were free?

Comments (77)

  • Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ Topical Talk
    25 Feb 2022

    This is a very interesting and optimistic post - thank you for letting your imagination run wild! I would like to hear other Topical Talkers answer the great question you posed: what do you think would happen if women were free?

    1. British Council.jpg independent_technology | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      Olivia @ Topical Talk's comment 25 Feb 2022

      I would like to mention one more thing that when gender equality is achieved then she needs to be treated like a citizen ..!
      The idea of the president or any official government employee talk about (she is my sister ,mother and daughter)
      No no ..! she need to talk about women as citizens inside this society ..!

      And i would to say for every women (Remind your self everyday "im independent ,i will achieve alot in my life!!and choose it freely ..!"
      You women : (your voice is becoming higher ..!)
      You the woman you the only one who has right to decide what you want to be ..!
      Dear woman (You are a woman ...and this is enough to be great..!)

      1. British Council.jpg quick_banana | Makini Academy | Kenya
        independent_technology's comment 02 Mar 2022

        I agree with your point, it is so strengthening to hear that women should be treated as citizens.

    2. British Council.jpg understanding_agency | Makini Academy | Kenya
      Olivia @ Topical Talk's comment 08 Mar 2022

      I think that women would be happy that they are now free . Because 50 percent of women around this would are mistreated . That is why we have , " The women's International day on 8 of March every year .

      1. Tiff-Avatar.jpg Tiff @ Topical Talk
        understanding_agency's comment 08 Mar 2022

        Can you share where you found your fact "50 percent of women around this would are mistreated"?

        1. British Council.jpg understanding_agency | Makini Academy | Kenya
          Tiff @ Topical Talk's comment 08 Mar 2022

          Sorry it was a mistake , I found it is 30% percent of women I found information from the World Health Organization.

  • British Council.jpg quiet_piccolo | Marka Prep. Girls School 2 | Jordan
    25 Feb 2022

    Optimism is beautiful😅
    Let's think a little if there were no gender bias, what if women were free?
    If women were free, they would be able to work and achieve all their goals. They will highlight their role in society and show the world that they are no less important than men and that they can advance society and innovate.
    How beautiful it is to enlighten our minds and elevate our thinking and awaken to a new dawn without prejudice.

    1. British Council.jpg strong_bird | Marka Prep. Girls School 2 | Jordan
      quiet_piccolo's comment 28 Feb 2022

      This is a great talk. They will highlight its achievements. We will change our thoughts if we move forward

  • British Council.jpg successful_globe | Maghazi Prep Girls B | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    25 Feb 2022

    If there was no prejudice, then in the beginning justice would have spread and giving each gender its right, secondly, strengthening the individual’s self-confidence, because because of prejudice the individual does not feel confident because of his gender, thirdly, strengthening and strengthening society, fourthly spreading cooperation and equality, no to bias and yes to equality

    1. British Council.jpg strong_bird | Marka Prep. Girls School 2 | Jordan
      successful_globe's comment 28 Feb 2022

      I think if justice had shed light on this problem, it would have ended from the beginning. If they had spread the importance of women, the world would have talked about their achievements every day and every moment, no to bias and yes to equality.

  • British Council.jpg efficient_dolphin | Usra Academy | Nigeria
    25 Feb 2022

    If there was no gender bias and women were free there will be more justice and less prejudice which will make them have confidence in themselves and be more serious with their studies, their lives and have a certain goal they want to achieve because, when a girl knows that she is not going to complete her studies or will not be allowed to work even after her studies she will not be serious about it. When women are free they will not be afraid to come out and say they have a goal to achieve after their studies and will be interested in studying and pursuing their career, but sometimes the women are at fault for the prejudice and gender bias because, they do things that are not supposed to be done by women so people judge them, some people judge based on truth while others judge based on their perspective so all women should try to uphold their dignity and honor so that they won't be judge wrongly. If women were free they will not be blamed when they are harassed and will see real laws against sexual harassment which will make them brave enough to stand up for themselves

    1. Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ Topical Talk
      efficient_dolphin's comment 25 Feb 2022

      There seems to be a few contradictions in your comment. Can you explain what you mean by "women are at fault for the prejudice and gender bias because, they do things that are not supposed to be done by women" and "women should try to uphold their dignity and honor so that they won't be judge wrongly."?

    2. British Council.jpg independent_technology | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      efficient_dolphin's comment 25 Feb 2022

      Welcome!!
      First, thank you for your participation. Secondly, for what you said (because when a girl knows that she will not complete her studies or will not be allowed to work even after her studies, she will not be serious about it.)
      Your statement is very wrong and illogical!!
      The female focus the most in her life is (science), as she is passionate and ambitious in all stages of her studies, and during the study period it is a starting point to achieve her dreams..!
      And indeed, the female in the end achieves what she wants, but it is rare or very little that society hinders a woman’s dreams or studies..!
      For example (Afghanistan is a country during the war. Governments prevented women from completing their studies after the sixth grade..!) and it is possible that it is the only country in Asia!!
      (China is the most interested in women’s education, as when I read about their teaching profession, I read that a female teacher in China receives a salary equal to that of a minister..!)
      _______
      And you should know that in most countries those who complete their education in universities after high school are (females!!)
      Therefore, I strongly believe in the saying (martyrdom is a woman's weapon..!)
      Because if it happens and she loses her family, or her family is poor, she cannot live on her own or etc..!
      Then what you will benefit from is the high school diploma and university..!
      There are a lot of stories I hear in the news like that!!

      In the end, I would like to say (society does not have the right and cannot prevent females from educating because it is one of their basic rights..!)

      1. Tiff-Avatar.jpg Tiff @ Topical Talk
        independent_technology's comment 28 Feb 2022

        Thanks for your comment, it's great to have healthy debate! Can you share where you found your evidence for your arguments?

        1. British Council.jpg independent_technology | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
          Tiff @ Topical Talk's comment 28 Feb 2022

          In fact, it wasn't from anywhere, it was from my own words..!
          And if you say why do I care about (bias against women) when I'm stie child?!
          It is true that I am a little girl, but one day I will be in the place of that woman who is subjected to prejudice by society..!
          Therefore, the issue is for us girls (red line), and I am sure that girls of my age, when they leave school, there will be no prejudice against us, but we are the ones who will be able to break this prejudice..!
          And the first way to break this prejudice is (to complete the march of science and culture..!)
          Someone my age now has a high ambition to achieve
          One of the most important reasons that we insist on science and progress at the highest levels is (changing society), changing its idea and prejudice, eliminating the variety of violence and preventing girls from exercising their rights..!


          Conclusion (Women of today will be the last to be subjected to prejudice after that we as girls do our best to be able one day to change society and its habits..!)

  • British Council.jpg strong_bird | Marka Prep. Girls School 2 | Jordan
    25 Feb 2022

    What would happen if women were free?
    She would have been able to achieve all her accomplishments and goals, unleashing her inner self, and society would rise, their minds would open and they would realize the extent of their mistake.

  • British Council.jpg confident_imagination | Marka Prep. Girls School 2 | Jordan
    25 Feb 2022

    This world will change for the better, where women can empower themselves, support and help them choose their decisions, complete their education, get a job and a good amount of money. The society will become a classy society that is proud of its women and their achievements, so that they can assume political positions, and women will rule countries and create wonderful generations. I hope this happens and women become free

  • British Council.jpg fabulous_flight | Marka Prep. Girls School 2 | Jordan
    25 Feb 2022

    Of course, she will prove herself and her worth in various areas of life because she has strength and responsibility

    1. British Council.jpg independent_technology | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      fabulous_flight's comment 01 Mar 2022

      She actually enjoys strength and responsibility, as well as wisdom in making decisions, but the problem is that this strength, responsibility and wisdom society has not demonstrated, although all people know the extent of women's strength, but society insists that she is weak..!
      But it is enough that it is strong to achieve and face society one day...!

  • British Council.jpg appreciative_pear | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    25 Feb 2022

    I think if women were free first, they would do what they like, live freely without forcing them to do anything, and restore their rights and dignity, and I believe that freedom is important for any human being, whether male or female!

    1. British Council.jpg independent_technology | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      appreciative_pear's comment 01 Mar 2022

      Hello, you mentioned in your comment (and restores her rights and "dignity")
      But don't you think you're wrong??
      The dignity of a woman is with her wherever she goes!!
      She is respectful and respectful of others.
      But I do not deny that some women are a very small group who have no dignity, but how can dignity be achieved??!
      1_ Not trying to please everyone
      2_ Stop constantly apologizing
      3_ Not to be silent about the insult
      4_ Learn to say no

      As many women are subjected to violence, but very few remain silent about their rights or do not demand the punishment of those who abuse them..!
      Therefore, there is no dispute that women are of high dignity, whether if prejudice is practiced against them or if they are abused, they are strong enough to demand the punishment of those who offended them..!

      1. Tiff-Avatar.jpg Tiff @ Topical Talk
        independent_technology's comment 01 Mar 2022

        Can you explain what you mean by dignity? Might there be some prejudices attached to 'dignity'?

  • British Council.jpg emotional_tornado | Maghazi Prep Girls B | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    26 Feb 2022

    Women would be free to do what they do, nor would society have been coherent and based on love and tolerance

  • British Council.jpg mesmerising_earth | Usra Academy | Nigeria
    26 Feb 2022

    Countries with greater gender quality are more connected. In many parts of the world women are less valued than men and at times their rights are violated leaving them with little resources, if women were free from their gender bias, there will be a lot of improvements in the world.

  • British Council.jpg champion_elephant | Rhemaville Christian Academy | Nigeria
    26 Feb 2022

    Well if you ask me the real question is what would not happen actually. No criticism at all the independence will be welcoming it's just indescribable, there will be this sense of togetherness it would be the best feeling ever

  • British Council.jpg miraculous_honeydew | Marka Prep. Girls School 2 | Jordan
    27 Feb 2022

    If there is no prejudice, we will not fear any of the parties from speaking their minds, and we will live without fear that our opinion will be rejected.

    1. British Council.jpg strong_bird | Marka Prep. Girls School 2 | Jordan
      miraculous_honeydew's comment 28 Feb 2022

      We will not be afraid of telling the facts to prove our innocence, and we will not be tempted to lie if someone is to hear us

  • British Council.jpg strong_bird | Marka Prep. Girls School 2 | Jordan
    27 Feb 2022

    This does not mean that she will give up her right, and this does not mean that she will not make mistakes, but when her enthusiasm and determination increases, this gives her an incentive to achieve her dream.

  • British Council.jpg charming_grape | Ashrafiyieh Prep Girls 1 | Jordan
    27 Feb 2022

    I think that if it were not prejudice against women, she would be able to build her future with her own hands without being controlled by others, she would also make a path to success for herself. Do you think there will come a day when prejudice will disappear?

  • British Council.jpg inspired_tamarillo | Rhemaville Christian Academy | Nigeria
    28 Feb 2022

    I believe that if there was no gender bias in the world, it honestly would not be as exciting and intriuging as it is right now. Sometimes, all things good and bad that are put in place sincethe beggining do not really have to changed. If a girl is left to dress however she wants, that can sometimes be really bad for her and so we know that cases of rape would increase which actually makes some restrictions on dressing valid. Also, the restriction that women are not allowed to be leaders sounds bad but diving a bit deeper, men are generally the stronger, more innovative, capable and powerful gender(not all men but every 9 out of 10) which is why the seem more capable than women.

    1. Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ Topical Talk
      inspired_tamarillo's comment 28 Feb 2022

      You make some sweeping assumptions in this comment.
      1. If women are the subject of sexual assault, should the way they dress be to blame? Or should the blame always lie with the aggressor as they have committed the crime?
      2. You say 9 in 10 men are stronger, more innovative, capable and powerful. Can you say why you think this and what evidence you have?

  • British Council.jpg tranquil_rock | Rhemaville Christian Academy | Nigeria
    28 Feb 2022

    If there was no gender bias we will finally have what we have been missing for all these years, beautiful ideas form the minds of women, ideas that will bring about great advancement in all aspects of life I believe that women have the ideas but the way our world is structured does not allow them to express themselves well which deprives us of the input

  • British Council.jpg trustful_construction | Marka Prep. Girls School 2 | Jordan
    28 Feb 2022

    Women will feel more confident and without feeling unloved and will have greater opportunities to work and study.

    1. British Council.jpg generous_lychee | Makini Academy | Kenya
      trustful_construction's comment 08 Mar 2022

      That is very true and it will help self-esteem women will finally release all the hatred of the would and grow to became positive beings.

  • British Council.jpg willing_imagination | Marka Prep. Girls School 2 | Jordan
    28 Feb 2022

    Women and girls represent half of the world's population and therefore half of its potential. Gender equality is a fundamental human right and is essential for peace in societies and for unleashing the full potential of society
    Empowering women has proven to stimulate productivity and economic growth, and unfortunately there is still a long way to go to achieve full equality of opportunity and rights between men and women.

  • British Council.jpg quiet_piccolo | Marka Prep. Girls School 2 | Jordan
    28 Feb 2022

    If there was no gender bias, there could have been more development and better advancement of our society

    1. British Council.jpg independent_technology | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      quiet_piccolo's comment 08 Apr 2022

      thanks for your comment !!
      Perhaps I find a very large percentage of those who think like you that sexism affects the economy, development or development of the country!!
      In fact, this is wrong. Prejudice never affects the development of the country. For example, America is a very developed country, yet it was ranked fifth in terms of the most dangerous countries for women!!
      Therefore, sexism is like "international customs and traditions"!!
      For example, Sweden does not contain sexism because the state and its society do not like prejudice, yet it is not as advanced as America!! They have eradicated prejudices since the time of the Vikings!!

      1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
        independent_technology's comment 08 Apr 2022

        Is it too much of a sweeping statement to say there is no sexism in Sweden?

  • British Council.jpg incredible_trumpet | Rhemaville Christian Academy | Nigeria
    28 Feb 2022

    According to what you sad the society cannot really hinder the dreams of a girl and yes I strongly agree but in some cases where the girl loses hope and passion because of the current situation and tends to give up. So in this rare cases of the society hindering the girls dream what would be done, especially because this societies may not be known publicly.

  • British Council.jpg diligent_library | Rhemaville Christian Academy | Nigeria
    28 Feb 2022

    If there was no gender bias women would be free to express themselves in the society. And then we would not feel insecure about voicing out our opinions to people about the changes that are to be made in the society.

  • British Council.jpg willing_imagination | Marka Prep. Girls School 2 | Jordan
    28 Feb 2022

    After discussing several opinions about bias, what did you gain from these opinions as a person and how can you change the perception of gender bias by others?

  • British Council.jpg emotional_piano | Makini Academy | Kenya
    28 Feb 2022

    A world with no gender bias is a world all the people will want and the will be no problem at all but we will only have to see what happens to the world it might be bad or good because I he man or woman lose there jobs like the gender bias and the good is the world will have gender equality.

  • British Council.jpg rational_grape | Makini Academy | Kenya
    01 Mar 2022

    I think the world would be a better place.A place where women will also feel appreciated,a place where men also
    won't be left out because women are at the leaderboard.

  • British Council.jpg sincere_spring | Rhemaville Christian Academy | Nigeria
    01 Mar 2022

    I think every woman will appreciate themselves for who they are and not for what the world wants them to be. Every woman would have a reason to want to achieve and live because they know no one is against them. No woman would doubt her actions and every woman will be able to tell when they are wrong. Every woman would be seen for their capabilities and not for ideologies and sentiments steered up by people. Above all, every misconception about women will be corrected.

  • British Council.jpg victorious_wilddog | Rhemaville Christian Academy | Nigeria
    03 Mar 2022

    I feel that if there was no gender inequality the world would be better because the world could get opinions from both the males and the females and as my mother says when people work together they achieve more than when there is disagreement.

  • British Council.jpg easygoing_flower | Kfarhatta Secondary Public School | Lebanon
    03 Mar 2022

    Thank you for asking this question! On our way to change a reality, which might be bit difficult, we need to constantly think about the positive outcomes in order to stay motivated.
    A world without gender bias...oh my...
    First thing first, a world with gender bias. It's a dark place where new ideas and dreams are crushed, fear and anger everywhere, and powerful souls are trapped behind the bars of "BECAUSE YOU ARE A WOMAN!!"

  • British Council.jpg easygoing_flower | Kfarhatta Secondary Public School | Lebanon
    03 Mar 2022

    continuing:
    A world without gender bias is a world of freedom. It's where those souls are set free and go out there adding a new touch, a woman's touch, to this world. We'll see more women in "man dominant" jobs, on TV, in the world of business. Our world needs both men and women.

  • British Council.jpg believable_queen | Futures Hurghada Language School | Egypt
    03 Mar 2022

    In my point of view, all people should have same rights, and everyone has to be treated in the same way, good way, because it's not fair...
    What would happen, if women were free?
    Things have certainly improved for women, but everything isn't perfect as we think...
    If women were free and had the same rights as men, they would have more opportunities to express themselves however they want, they could do whatever they want without any insecures.
    Also, gender equality will enable women and men to take positive divisions. Everyone is unique and we all have big ideas, if we could combine these ideas, we could make a change in our world and achieve some goals.

  • British Council.jpg pioneering_wilddog | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    04 Mar 2022

    Ok, if the woman was free, there would be a lot of changes that would happen, but on the other hand, maybe if some girl had freedom as you mean it, she would have gone beyond her limits, as we know everything has a limit, and also if we put ourselves in the man’s place, (Brother or husband or father), then we will not like for the girl to cross the limits.
    So I have a solution. Sometimes the concept of freedom must be viewed as a human concept. A woman should have the freedom to go, go back, make mistakes, and learn, but there must be someone who can tell her “stop,” if necessary , and she should listen to him .

    1. Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ Topical Talk
      pioneering_wilddog's comment 04 Mar 2022

      On what occasions would she need to hear "stop"? Would this be the same for a man too?

  • British Council.jpg appreciative_pear | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    04 Mar 2022

    I believe that freedom is important for women. Freedom is one of the first human demands, as it began since the existence of man.
    Just as freedom is important, it is important for a woman, if she is free to do what she wants without anyone's interference

  • HUB LOGO TEMPLATE (7).jpg enigmatic_orca | The International Community School | United Kingdom
    08 Mar 2022

    I agree with what you are trying to say, however, this could occur vice versa. There is a lot of stereotypes on the two genders but you asked what we thought if women were free. aren't women already free? Stereotypes arent stopping women from doing anything but i understand what you are trying to say.

    1. British Council.jpg generous_lychee | Makini Academy | Kenya
      enigmatic_orca's comment 08 Mar 2022

      I also think that will be a joyous day but unfortunately that won't be possible.There is a lot of corruption going on so an less we do something that seems impossible.

      1. British Council.jpg rational_grape | Makini Academy | Kenya
        generous_lychee's comment 28 Apr 2022

        Research estimates that it will take approximately 135.6 years for women and men to reach parity on arange of factors worldwide, for example, the gender pay gap.

  • British Council.jpg emotional_tornado | Maghazi Prep Girls B | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Mar 2022

    Everything would be beautiful and father, and even society is cohesive and strong based on love, as the two sexes have an important role in society

  • British Council.jpg respectful_lynx | Makini Academy | Kenya
    11 Mar 2022

    I think that if there were no gender bias both sexes would not respect each other. As Men would be beating up women althore it still we would like to stop that. Its also good for our world that there is gender bias. Women have been through a lot but they still help us no matter the pain we make them go through but I want to say is we should also help women and also give each other a chance to help or show the world and community what we are good in

  • British Council.jpg buzzing_wallaby | Futures Hurghada Language School | Egypt
    11 Mar 2022

    What if there was no gender bias?
    WE WILL BE A PERFECT WORLD!!!!

  • British Council.jpg rational_grape | Makini Academy | Kenya
    14 Mar 2022

    A world with no gender bias is a world with more dominant females . I know a woman who was kept as the head of a project and she made the best progress as compared to the men who worked as heads there. She was so good at the job and got promoted by the company and she now the most succesful woman in Kenya. I normally chat with her and her is going great by the days. So I feel like this is the importance of gender equality in the society.

  • British Council.jpg enchanted_mandarin | Makini Academy | Kenya
    14 Mar 2022

    Hi, I'm enchanted_mandarin!
    A world with no gender bias would be a perfect world in terms of gender equality! Some of the benefits that might occur are :
    Poverty caused by unequal opportunities will be reduced!
    Women too will be allowed to vie for political positions all around the world giving every sex a chance to lead!
    We will all be able to enjoy equal rights!
    And lastly, we all will be allowed to pursue all our occupational dreams regardless of our genders!

    1. British Council.jpg rational_grape | Makini Academy | Kenya
      enchanted_mandarin's comment 28 Apr 2022

      I disagree with you. Women can vie since long ago but the issue was that they were not given many votes as men who were vying. Another reason is that sometimes women just don't feel like vying compared to men and that is why there are fewer women leaders and politicians around the world enchanted_mandarin.

  • British Council.jpg intuitive_dinosaur | Pentecost School Madina | Ghana
    16 Mar 2022

    Women are really intelligent but are not given the chance to show their intelligence due to things like sexual harassment and teenage pregnancy . They are not given the chance to speak for things that worry them

  • British Council.jpg optimistic_contribution | Lake Bank Pioneer Preparatory | Tunisia
    16 Mar 2022

    I personally see that the world is nothing without women.
    However, in our societies, most men will always try to underestimate women and make them feel that they are weaker than men and unable to decide for themselves.

    That’s why most girls and women are deprived of their basic rights. They can’t attend schools, have a decent job, decide for themselves and pursue their dreams. In some places, even their lives are considered as a burden which makes fathers think of putting it on others’ shoulders by forcing them to marry even at a very young age.

    Yet, women have souls and they have minds, they have beauty and kindness and they always consider the world’s interest and con concerns first. Not like most of the men who will put their own interests and concerns first and who will judge women just based on their prejudices or what women wear or what they look like.

    So, briefly, if there was no bias, the world will be left with equal humans who will compete with and complete each other.

    1. British Council.jpg rational_grape | Makini Academy | Kenya
      optimistic_contribution's comment 28 Apr 2022

      I really love your point. We should value women's hard work because they are the ones who gave birth to us and should even rest after giving birth and the man to do physical work instead of hiring a maid specifically a woman or waiting for the woman to recover. When my younger brother was born. I took the responsibility of keeping the house clean and doing every one laundry regardless of my gender and my friends also joined not taking it as work for women only and we are just embarrassing ourselves.

  • British Council.jpg vivacious_television | Pentecost School Madina | Ghana
    18 Mar 2022

    Well if you ask me the real question is what would not happen actually. No criticism at all the independence will be welcoming it's just indescribable, there will be this sense of togetherness it would be the best feeling ever

  • British Council.jpg grounded_idea | Pentecost School Madina | Ghana
    18 Mar 2022

    I have a question for you, if there was no gender bias what would have been talking about?

    1. British Council.jpg independent_technology | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      grounded_idea's comment 18 Mar 2022

      Simply (the crowding of successes in the world because of women..!)

  • British Council.jpg believable_elderberry | Marka Prep. Girls School 2 | Jordan
    21 Mar 2022

    You are a very wonderful talker. I have thought of everything and written these wonderful words. You are really creative

  • British Council.jpg believable_elderberry | Marka Prep. Girls School 2 | Jordan
    21 Mar 2022

    I have a question for you In your opinion, what are the reasons why society is biased against us, and to what level has this prejudiced reached?

  • British Council.jpg thoughtful_trombone | Pentecost School Madina | Ghana
    23 Mar 2022

    This is really interesting and i really agree with your point

  • British Council.jpg rational_grape | Makini Academy | Kenya
    24 Mar 2022

    I know perfectly well what a world without gender inequality would be like. Equality is normally practiced in our house by my parents and siblings.
    In our house, chores are given to anyone not according to their gender. I normally wake up early in the morning to wash dishes and vacuum clean the house and find my elder sister sometimes working in our kitchen garden and our parents are normally fine with it because we also learn different skills so that if we are left alone at home we can care for ourselves and give work in the house without being biased to each other. If we practice equality in doing chores, it can make one also find interest. For example, my sister always wakes up and does farm work, she might like it and do environmental science and that is the importance of letting boys and girls be free in decision making. BREAK THE BIAS.

    1. katie.jpg Katie @ Topical Talk
      rational_grape's comment 24 Mar 2022

      Thank you for sharing these examples that are personal to you and your family, rational_grape!

  • British Council.jpg independent_technology | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    27 Mar 2022

    Welcome!
    It's time for you to know what else I think of the "no bias" idea!

    In fact, the first thing I imagined was (a society that is developed from other societies), so I will tell you about this point only!!
    And I do not mean by development, that is, progress in the industry, but by societal development!
    I will explain it to you more
    In other words, the country without prejudice will disappear the problems of all crimes that pertain to women, such as: (murder in the name of honor, murder in the name of justice, harassment of all kinds, verbal, sexual and physical!!) In fact, this is the dream of every girl or woman in general!!
    When society sets laws towards the sexes by a prejudice-free society, there will be no malevolent sex against the other!!
    And both parties will feel safe and secure when they decide to do something!

    Imagine that there is a statistic made by the United Nations that says that there are more than 87 thousand women who die annually “by murder” at the hands of their husbands!!!
    Also, it turned out that the majority of those who killed their wives were motivated by the fact that he was a "woman" and would not care much!!
    Imagine, dear reader, that this is what we have reached today because of the erotic bias?!!!

    Let me tell you, according to a psychological study, that when a child sees or hears that his mother has died at the hands of his father, perhaps this child when he grows up will become like his father!!!
    And what is more dangerous is that this thing will affect the child’s mind in terms of thinking, fear, lack of now and his academic level!!
    Perhaps when he sees anyone approaching him, he will be afraid!!

    Dear reader, this problem is deep and large and affects the generations that will come if we stay like this!!
    Therefore, a woman must raise her voice to society and not give in, even if everyone is against her!!
    If we collect the voice of a woman from here and the voice of a girl from here and there, we will overcome this idea!!
    We will overcome the society's idea of ​​"basically incomprehensible" women!!

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