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From the age of just 5 years old, boys are taught that they need not do any house work. Why and what is the need for this?
A morning after a holiday too seems like a holiday. But schools are working, and we women of the house have to work, of course. We’re working women who work for no pay.
So today morning when my aunt was getting her son, my little cousin, ready for his school, she told him that his breakfast will be served in 5 minutes. To which he replied that when he will get big, he will cook his breakfast on his own, so that he will not get late.
When he said this, his grand mother asked him, “Why you will make your own food? No need to do that. Your sister will make it for you and you better study, work hard and earn for the family. She will cook and you earn – Tu paise kamana, teri behan ghar sambhalegi!”
From the age of just 5 years old, boys are taught such things that condition their minds. Why and what is the need for this? Such mentality will only ruin his future.
This child is from a generation more aware of equality and partnership, where women will do same things which he will do to be independent and earn, and so he has to take care of household also.
Teachings and values are required to be changed or upgraded…!
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