What if a man had done that
Gender Inequality. We’ve heard about it, seen it happen, maybe even been a part of the equality movement. But to see true gender equality happening in this lifetime is quite unlikely. According to “The World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report”, it’ll take 100 years for us to reach gender parity. But it might take even longer if we don’t start more inclusive conversations around it, and that means getting more men on board this movement. We need to talk about what’s fundamentally wrong (values and human rights), regardless of gender. Human to human.
What if a man had done that aims to help people understand gender inequality from the opposite genders’ perspective through the notion of role reversal. Along with the board game titled “Gender Myth”, the concept is based on a hypothetical idea: involving or based on a suggested idea or theory; not real; imagined as an example. And a myth: existing only in the imagination: fictitious and imaginary: existing only in stories. It uses the idea of that to sarcastically highlight the ignorance of those who brush off gender inequality and the ideas/comments they make on men and women. But anyway, what do you think of “Going Dutch” on dates? Chivalry?