Greetings Today, I (*my real name) am going to speak against the motion, "it would be better if mothers with young children didn't go out to work." "We expect women to work like they don't have children and raise children as if they didn't work."
There's mounting evidence which advocates that having a working mother has more economic, educational, and social benefits for children of both sexes in the long run.
But the society that we live in constantly berates women who work when they have a young child at hand. Women are considered unfit to work and take care of their children at the same time.
But the equivalent is not said for men. It is quite expected of women to stay at home and take care of the child while the men work to earn for the family. Often women are subjected to unfair criticism and forced to quit their working careers.
The stigma surrounding this subject highlights the much salient problem of "gender roles and stereotyping." It stimulates gender inequality and regresses the empowerment of women. At length, it is a women's decision whether she wants to work or not.
It is her choice!
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