In the last post of this series I mentioned that our canvas of the world needed Woman.
Since we men focus on the exterior so much, you would think they are entirely different species. But they are not.
The question is how do we introduce them to our painting.
Inside they couldn’t be any similar.
Both men and women want to be loves and accepted. Both men and women are capable of human tendencies like sympathy and empathy. Both men and women are just as fallible when it comes to greed and vices.
In short, I have no idea what it’s like to be a woman. Every answer will be different.
The belief that women are inferior to men is no more a ‘label’ of inferiority for women it affected their lives and actually made them inferior.
Women presently bear the brunt of economic injustice, violence, poverty and hunger.
The modern global conversation around women’s rights and political participation has been taking place for almost 40 years.
Gender roles have been assigned by society. Examples of this are everywhere.
At the top of industry and government, the faces remain stubbornly male.
You don’t have to believe in patriarchy to realise that the law was made by men and is dominated by men, and that the same goes for parliament. Which means that in all the making of the law, women are largely absent. It is not surprising that the law doesn’t work for women.
More importantly, as a growing world of humanists, we understand that no society can truly be free until every citizen has the same rights; to deny even the least of its members carries the potential to deny all of its members freedom and liberty.
But the question remains do women want absolute parity in all things measurable.
Equality-by-numbers advocates should be thinking about women’s progress in terms of what women show that they want, not what the spreadsheets say they should want.
One way or the other Women are stymied by the need for humanity to reproduce. The ultimate magic trick in the universe.
Being a woman feels like being a human being, with the power to grow another human being inside oneself, and all that entails, including what society thinks you should be doing with that power.
The failure to root out prejudice against women is one of the major barriers to progress and prosperity.
Gender discrimination also breaches international human rights agreements and domestic laws in most countries.
As our canvas is depicting the state of Earth which is mother to us all we will place woman above the grinning men of humanity.
Because as we know humanity, without woman there would be no humanity. Behind every human is a woman. It is the best feminine qualities which will help us to develop peace on earth. They shared a faith in humanity, whether born of religious conviction or humanism.
In the good fight for peace and reconciliation, we are dependent on persons who set examples, persons who can symbolize what we are seeking and mobilize the best in us.
However fewer than 3 percent of signatories to peace agreements are women. No women have been appointed chief or lead peace mediators in UN-sponsored peace talks.
Is this because woman are primarily ruled by their emotions. It’s not that they lack logic; it’s just that their logic is over-ruled by their emotions.
Human fertility was the highest premium factor in existence
As long as we remain mysterious to ourselves, so will the universe.
We know now that no organization can prosper without tapping into the full mental and emotional potential of both genders.
Recognizing the importance of long-term investments in gender
equality at different stages of the life cycle has never being more important.
This will be the problem with Artificial Intelligence.
There is no magic key to unlocking gender equality in the world of work.
Not only has the United States not ratified the Equal Rights Amendment it is the only developed nation that has not ratified the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW).
Countries who ratify the CEDAW are required to enshrine gender equality into their domestic legislation, repeal all discriminatory provisions in their laws, and enact new provisions to guard against discrimination against women.
The only countries in the United Nations who haven’t ratified CEDAW are: Iran, Palau, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Tonga, and the United States.
Every human being must feel the same because we are all the same species ( Homo Sapiens)
So, to put it plainly, women had a place in society that wasn’t just dictated by male prejudice. There is no mystery in being a woman, whatever a human being wants and need that’s exactly what a woman needs too.
The rights of women in particular are being shunned massively throughout the globe. Sadly, in many countries, women are believed to be inferior. The belief that men are superior to women, otherwise known as patriarchy, has to end.
Human rights are defined as rights that are afforded to all human beings universally on the basis of their common humanity.
So as woman is the foundation stone of all humanity we will apply her with a pallet knife in a seated position with her back towards us (so men are not distracted) right in the center of the top of our canvas.
All that is left is to frame our painting and display it.
Adultry is Haram in Islam and I think in most religions as well, but you know what the consequence is? Stone to death ONLY THE WOMEN! This leads to fear of sex, fear or making love, fear of men, fear of public, fear of love itself!
But middle east is life for men, women are odalisques and servants to please men. That’s how they are raised from childhood, teach them to clean the house well, obey their father, obey their husbands, and obey until death.