Females are not treated equally in society. Equal rights for women means that men and women should be treated equally under the law and in practice, and should have the same opportunities and freedoms. This includes the right to vote, the right to education, the right to work and receive equal pay for equal work, the right to own property, and the right to make decisions about one's own body and reproductive health.
Equal rights for women also means challenging and changing systems, laws, and cultural practices that discriminate against women or limit their opportunities. This can involve working to eliminate gender-based violence, fighting for equal representation in government and leadership positions, and advocating for policies that promote gender equality.
In many countries around the world, women have not always had equal rights, and there is still work to be done to fully achieve equality. However, significant progress has been made in many places in recent decades, and there is ongoing effort to continue to advance the rights and opportunities of women.
At WOKEMADE® we believe in body autonomy. Here are a few good reasons why women should have autonomy when it comes to choosing to have an abortion:
Reproductive rights: Women have the right to make decisions about their own bodies and reproductive health. This includes the right to choose whether or not to have an abortion.
Personal autonomy: All individuals have the right to make their own decisions and to have control over their own lives. This includes the right to make choices about reproductive health, including whether or not to have an abortion.
Equal rights: Restrictions on abortion disproportionately affect women, and denying women the right to make decisions about their own reproductive health undermines their equality and autonomy.
Health and well-being: Having control over one's reproductive health is important for the physical and mental health and well-being of women.
Please note: It's important to note that the decision to have an abortion is a deeply personal and often complex one, and it's important for women to have access to accurate information, supportive resources, and safe medical care in order to make the decision that is best for them.
Female empowerment, or the idea of promoting and supporting the social, economic, and political equality of women, is often associated with the concept of "wokeness," or being aware of and actively opposing social and political injustices. This is because the struggle for gender equality and the empowerment of women has historically been an important part of social justice movements. Many people view female empowerment as a fundamental human right and an essential aspect of creating a more equal and fair society for all.