shaifalikapoor03 replied to the topic Men are better in sciences while women are better in the humanities. in the forum Women & New Roles 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Not true, it is not true that women are better at humanities and men are better at sciences. Although, yes, our society has divided professions for men and women and have stolen their right to choose what they like, i think this divide has created a superstition that women can do better at humanities whereas men could go towards science.
shaifalikapoor03 replied to the topic Does our country have an effective system in place to address teenage pregnancies? in the forum Reproductive Health & Rights 3 months, 3 weeks ago
No, the society we live in runs in a vicious cycle of judgement, people here often make things worse for the people who’ve been suffering rather than helping them out.
The number of teenage pregnancies has increased alot by today, the reason may be rape, or underage sex teenage pregnancies have been increased by the year and our government have…[Read more]
Vocational training is the training refers to the training that prepares learners for jobs based upon practical activities that are basically, non academic and totally related to a specific occupation.
Vocational courses prepare people to enter the working world, it provides people with better working skills and learning a vocational course helps…[Read more]
shaifalikapoor03 replied to the topic Do gender stereotypes play a role in the professions we choose? in the forum Employment Opportunities 3 months, 3 weeks ago
The criteria that leads everyone to decide their career contains a self-ability assessment, interests and your short or long term goals. Gender biasness doesn’t fit into the list, but still gender stereotypes created by the society come into the way when someone strives to choose his/her profession.
Indian society has divided careers and…[Read more]
shaifalikapoor03 replied to the topic Why women should be encouraged to take individual health plan? in the forum Access to Healthcare 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Not only women but everyone residing in this country should take an individual health insurance plan. It’s the duty of every government of the country to make sure the life of it’s citizens is not compromised at any point. Human life is to be considered an important resource to every country.
Insuring a health plan to every citizen of the…[Read more]
shaifalikapoor03 replied to the topic Unplanned pregnancies and abortions are increasing every year. in the forum Reproductive Health & Rights 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Talking about sex in a country like India is considered to be a taboo, wherein every person in the country should know about the life creating process called “sex”, it’s pros and cons, talking about it is considered to be a shame.
The major cause of unplanned pregnancies is the lack of sex education among the people. Most people among the country…[Read more]
Pregnancy is a life giving process only a woman is entitled to. Pregnancy is a choice not a duty a woman has to abide by.
Contraception is one way to avoid pregnancy, using diaphragm while having sex by women and condoms by men is considered one of the best methods of avoiding pregnancy.
Nowadays, oral contraceptive pills are also available in…[Read more]
One of the very common life processes of a woman’s life includes menstruation or period. Sometimes, periods could be very painful, many women experience unbearable pain during their periods.
Wanting leaves from work during her period cycle should be considered a valid reason and leave entitlement during the periods should be made legal.
There used to be an age without technology, no phones, no internet, no laptops and very few means of technologies around the globe. With the evolving world, evolved technology. Starting from the times with no technology, we’ve now grown into species where everyone got a portable means of internet in their hands 24/7. This evolvement of…[Read more]
shaifalikapoor03 replied to the topic How Coding is changing lives of girl and women in India in the forum Technical Education 3 months, 4 weeks ago
Computer programming is a field dominated by men, right?
Well, in terms of sheer numbers that’s true. Data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that 73% of US computer science workers are male coders. Across technology generally, women are underrepresented. But, recent research suggests that women are considered better coders.
“When I fir…[Read more]
We’ve all heard alot about coding and know that it has to do with computers and how they process the information we see. It is a skill basically used to develop websites and apps for different purposes, without it, we’d have none of the most popular technology we’ve come to rely on such as Facebook, our smartphones, the browser we choose to vie…[Read more]
Technology plays an important role in creating gender equality in many sectors. Technology has made it easier for everyone of us to follow our paths/careers in the way we want to.Rapid technological development and innovation presents new opportunities as well as new challenges. Knowing that innovation and technology does not automatically benefit…[Read more]
There exists a lot of women who’ve been shining high in this country, they’ve been signifying there existence in such a way that the whole country is proud of them. Mother teresa, Indira Gandhi, kalpana chawla and many more of these women have made a difference in the society, but there exists another woman who’s worked hard to grow into something…[Read more]
In this growing world many women have incarnated their names in gold upon the walls of this country. Women have been shining upon the stars and prooving themselves to be no less than men. Women today have earned so much respect for their community just with their hardwork. Since time immemorial, women have overcome odds and challenged adversity.…[Read more]
Everyone should have the right over their body, even if a girl wants to use it as a prostitute, she should not be judged over that. Today, we live in a country where a rapist can live a dignified life but a prostitute can’t. Prostitution should be legalised and accepted by the country but only with a free will of people who want do it.
shaifalikapoor03 replied to the topic Taking Care of Yourself on Your Period – Menstrual Hygiene in the forum Reproductive Health & Rights 4 months ago
Menstruation is one very common life process almost every woman goes through. Menstruation, or period, is normal vaginal bleeding that occurs as part of a woman’s monthly cycle. Every month, your body prepares for pregnancy. If no pregnancy occurs, the uterus, or womb, sheds its lining. The menstrual blood is partly blood and partly tissue from…[Read more]
In this society most women have been allowed to work with the stipulation of maintaining and taking care of the house and the family first. They’ve always been asked to priortize their families before anyone or anything.
Before the pandemic everyone was doing great in their jobs but the pandemic has lead many to leave their jobs due to the…[Read more]
shaifalikapoor03 replied to the topic 140 million girls will become child brides between 2011 and 2020! in the forum Child Marriage 4 months ago
Between 2011 and 2020, more than 140 million girls will become child brides, according to United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).
If current levels of child marriages hold, 14.2 million girls annually or 39,000 daily will marry too young.
Furthermore, of the 140 million girls who will marry before the age of 18, 50 million will be under the age of…[Read more]
shaifalikapoor03 replied to the topic A woman has the sole decision in requesting an abortion. in the forum Maternal Health 4 months ago
Yes, the decision of having a child or not is completely upon women. No one have the right to tell a woman if she should have a baby or not. Getting a child aborted should be a decision of the mother, society should not interfere into her choice of whether or not to have a baby. For a chance, the father of the child could possibly suggest upon…[Read more]
Giving birth to a child is considered as the toughest task for a women, it is considered as painful as burning alive. Maternal health is the health of a woman during pregnancy, child birth and postpartum period. It encompasses the health care dimensions of family planning, preconception, prenatal and postnatal care in order to ensure a positive…[Read more]
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