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WOMEN SHOULD STAY AT HOME A topic in constant debate in today's society is whether or not women should stay at home. Various points of view keep this topic in ongoing discussion. There is a part of society who thinks that women should stay at home rather than become part of the workforce because they consider it to be the correct way of living for females. On the contrary, another part of society believes women do not have to stay at home since they have the same rights as men. Nowadays people are still not prepared for women to work out of home despite their equal rights, however, a woman's place is in the home. ...read more.

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Without the female gender, babies would not grow up as healthy had they not been fed by their moms. Including the important fact previously mentioned, there are many other reasons that support this topic. One of them is the physical power that men possess. This natural power allows men to work harder and longer in comparison to a female. This can be seen in athletic events, in which women are always behind men. Moreover, if we want to continue talking about the different aptitudes of each gender, men have a better capacity to carry out jobs where a clear and responsible mind is required. For example, Nobel Prizes are more commonly rewarded to men. ...read more.

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This salary, in comparison to all that they accomplish while staying at home, such as the cost of child care and housekeeping, outweighs that which they would earn outside of the home. Due to this inequality, men are forced to work as well such as women are to stay at home, in order to have the most efficient household possible. To summarize, the society is still very male chauvinistically dominated, refusing to allow women to believe they are as useful as men. Society divides the tasks of life into the different genders and does not let both genders work together. Therefore, women should have to stay at home while the men are allowed to work outside of the home. The world is changing, but women's role within the home should not. ...read more.

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