Is it correct to compare present day woman to yesteryear woman?
Should we be comparing present-day women to those of yesteryears? Do we see a difference in their attitude? Should men adapt to the changing situations or should they still be equating their wives to their mothers or grandmothers? Let us have a practical discussion.
A thread which was about a traditional dish has led me to start this thread. Some members very strongly condemned the women of the present era. They feel that presently the ladies are interested in watching mega serials but not interested in cooking. Some have opined that working ladies do not give importance to prepare traditional dishes rather would prefer to have home delivery for various occasions.
Most of them compared the women of today with their mothers and grandmothers. They have underestimated the women who have the responsibility of their family. I feel sad that how men quite easily blame the women of the house.
I have a few questions to ask the men:
1. Do they like to have wives who are not educationally qualified?
2. If they are working women then do you share some household responsibilities when you are back home?
3. Suppose she is not working but have to take care of the family for 365 days, while on off days men are busy in surfing sports, news and movie channels, so what's wrong in ladies watching their favourite shows?
There are numerous questions, but with this thread, I want to point out that men expect a lot from women. If men learn to appreciate, then they can see that there are ladies who love to cook, take care of every detail of their home and are successful career women. Many may not have taken up career but devotes a whole lot of time to the family. Yes, exceptions are there, but every woman does not fall in the laid-back category.
There are some men too who do not criticise women, but many put every blame on women's shoulder. What do you say?