To begin with, Women Empowerment is overrated, rather than empowerment people should stop discrimination.
I totally agree with Bollywood actress KanganaRanaut’s Statement. In her recent interview she said “women don’t need to be empowered. Just don’t test them or come in the way of how they should be living their lives. Just don’t suppress them. The entire human race has survived because of women. Don’t try to help them just help yourself and let them be”. I cannot agree more to this statement.
Women should realizing their own potential instead of waiting for others to validate them. “Women are only as empowered as they think they are. If you don’t think you are equal, nobody can change that. “Women have always been powerful, they don’t need to be empowered.
If you still want to empower us, please stop interfering in our personal abode. Just let us be the way we are, give us space. We know how to fly. We have our own wings. We don’t need your parachute to land on our dreams.
If someone needs to be taught a good lesson the people, who judge women.
If something that needs to be empowered is the mentality and narrow-minding thinking for a woman.
The word ‘women empowerment’ will never have been emerged. For centuries, they have been suppressed, tortured, tormented and biased. For years they have deprived of fundamental rights of living.
It can’t be about “empowerment” any longer. To make real progress, it has to be about power—using and growing the power we women already have.
I don’t think that women empowerment is really needed. Empowerment doesn’t mean giving reservations or special concessions to individual. It means helping someone build his or her own identity in society. If you really want to give women equal opportunities, give them a chance to perform and prove themselves in real world and if they succeed, then that is true freedom and equality.
And with that, I vote we say a final farewell to “empowerment” and hello to actively growing and using the power we already have. We must do this for ourselves.
Let us change the rhetoric. Enabling women is the right thing to do for as long as we enable men and children too. Let us enable human beings to be effective.