Sing the song of equality, there is no difference between men and women in my eyes - "I like these lines of Kazi Nazrul Islam very much. What a beautiful writing, he dreamed of a non-discriminatory society.
Men and women complement each other, but no one has less rights or power. But we start discriminating in the family from childhood.
This distinction begins as soon as a child is born. If you are a girl, you have to buy a pink or red dress. There is no way to buy a pink dress for a boy. When it is a little big, the difference between toys starts. Boys can't play puppets and girls can't play cricket. Girls can't be so rushed. And if you are a boy, you have to listen to whether the boys are sitting so much!
In our society, feelings for children are also kept separate. Girls can't be angry, they can't talk loudly. It is said that a girl has to be like clay.
Boys can't be upset or arrogant. The boys don't have to cry. When they cry, they are told are you a girl or not? Why do you cry like girls?
If a boy is tidy, if he is attracted to clothes, he is asked, are you a girl or not? And if any girl is messy, why are you told to walk like boys? Everyone should be tidy. Everyone, boy or girl.
There are also differences with gifts. Not only this, with the help of television you can do great things. Not only girls watch television serials but also many boys. It's something they can't accept.
Parents are desperate to teach their son how to shop, and teach his daughter to do housework. But everyone needs to learn it. Everyone should learn everything they need to live as human beings.