Gender Inequality In Imperial China

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In imperial China, women assumed a relatively subordinate position to men. In Chinese, if you want to refer both boys and girls simultaneously, you have to use the Chinese character of ‘he’ instead of choosing ‘she’ as the pronoun. Have you notice this indicates gender inequality? Gender inequality or also known as gender stratification, is the unequal distribution of a society’s wealth, power, and privilege between females and males. It is erroneous, impenetrable and abhorrent. Unfortunately, there are still thousands of related issues happening around us every day. Women experience gender inequality in stereotyped, occupations and different environments, we need to take action to address this problem, to make the world better.

All husbands should not ask for your wife to do everything for you and the family, those are duties for every member in this family. Women are stereotyped to be only a stay at home wife and to be in an environment where they are responsible for housework, taking care of the children. Nowadays, there are more women known to have jobs and not a stay at home wife, but they are still responsible, or show some responsibility for housework and taking care of the children. Take me as an example. My mother needs to take care of my study, cooking the dinner and doing all of the housework even though she has just finished a tiring day of working. My father is doing the same work as my mother, but when my mother asks him to cook the dinner, my father always

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