Comparing between working and non-working women is uncalled for, what do you say?I felt a bit disturbed after reading different opinions in one of the threads. I accept that everyone is free to have a viewpoint, but still, I want to raise a question. Why the members of ISC create a distinction between a working and a non-working woman?
If a lady is working outside, then she has the right to take rest when she comes back from work, but the ladies at home do not require rest just because they are not earning through their continuous work at home.
Someone remarked that in earlier days the ladies did not allow their husbands to enter kitchen which reflects love. On the other hand when the working ladies expect help from their husbands, then it becomes a command. Suppose the expectation does not get fulfilled then the ladies file for divorce. It is such a harsh accusation.
Earlier it used to be a joint family where the daughter-in-law had the responsibility to look after every domestic chore along with nursing the aged people as well as taking care of children, be it a newborn or a bit old, and also attending to the guests. Wasn't that inhuman? The working ladies of the present era are living in nuclear family, and we talk about helping them which is good, but non-working ladies seem to be the scapegoat just because they don't go out to earn even in this age. I feel the opinion is ridiculous.
Women, in general, must be cared and they deserve true love and respect because their contribution is enormous in every household. Comparing between working and non-working women is denying justice to them.