लड़कियों ने खुद किया खुलासा, आखिर क्यों पहनती हैं टाइट कपड़े?
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There are some questions ask by the people to analyze the thinking of our society towards these kind of questions, so one question he ask that , why girls weare a tight clothes in gym while the boys did not wear the tight clothes? What was the reason behind this? Most of the people gave answer that girls wants to show her hot figure that’s why she wear a tight clothes, but one girl give her own example that last year she was going to gym but she not use the tight clothes. He ask another question, that a man wants to become a girl, What should he do? Mostly people gives answer that you don’t need to do this you are a boy then live as a boy, some give him suggestions for gender change, even one boy said that Michael Jackson did this so you may also have right to do this, let we share some information about gender discrimination in India. May be that was the reason why he want to change his gender.
In India, discriminatory attitude towards men and women has existed for generations and affects the lives of both genders. Although the constitution of India has granted men and women equal rights, gender disparity still remains. Gender discrimination violates human rights. Rights are given to all human beings not only for men but also for women. These are mostly seen in family land sharing among sisters and brothers.There is specific research on gender discrimination mostly in favour of men over women. Women are perceived to be disadvantaged at work. Indian laws on rape, dowry and adultery have women’s safety at heart, but these highly discriminatory practices are still taking place at an alarming rate.
Discrimination against women has contributed to gender wage differentials, with Indian women on average earning 64% of what their male counterparts earn for the same occupation and level of qualification. Gender discrimination impedes growth; with lower female-to-male workers ratios significantly reducing total output in both agricultural and non-agricultural sector. It is also estimated that growth in India would increase by 1.09% if its female labor-participation rate were put on par with the US.