Why do women have to match men's numbers in science? Who decided that?
If women want to stay at home and raise a family, why is that a bad choice?
Isn't it time for modern society to realize that women and men are different? Women are the ones who have the children. They are the ones tasked by evolution for the primary task of raising children (they have the mammary glands after all).
Maybe we should just stop trying to force women into the role of men and acknowledge their value as women, for a change.
posted by Ken Steen
February 15, 2012
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