Even though we are living in the twenty-first century it is evident that the facts and statistics clearly shows how women are even at this very second being discriminated due to their gender. It is crucial not to hate with horrendous crimes against women but instead to pause and reflect on the dangers of not acknowledging this global problem. Human evil is seen in such circumstances: when women are tortured, murdered, beaten, led into suicide, raped, humiliated, subject to name-calling, sexually harassed, forced into marriage, fake medical diagnosis, prostitution, and denied the right to their own decisions, to education, to live equally among men without discrimination. Therefore, more governments, organizations, groups and persons should take full responsibility in this international campaign to end violence.
When we mention “Women” we are in reality speaking about a living human being. They could be your mothers, sisters, growing daughters, aunts, grandmothers, girlfriends, friends, teachers, doctors, nuns, military women, and so forth. As women or men of worth, dignity…it is the duty to defend what is life, what is right, what is a part of society.
We should applaud those whom are erecting laws and already taking action to eliminate these forms of abuse and we should seek solutions to alert the world in participating for the wider implementation of the “Universal Declaration of Human Rights” -which are human rights for all people not to be denied. Trillions of monies are wasted worldwide in women and child abuse and the economy declines in productivity because of this. Additionally, men are also victims of domestic abuse, harassment, false accusations, rape, suicide, homicides, misandry and stereotypes.
We should march towards a goal of achievement, a future where people are no longer treated distinctively because of gender but respected as functional human beings. Let us not end this fight for what is right.
Cleopatra Fitzgerald was born on February 16th, 1984 in Manhattan, New York City, where she has lived all of her life. She graduated with a degree in political science. Madam Fitzgerald aims to find resolutions swiftly to resolve the various issues New Yorkers and the world face nowadays. Ms. Fitzgerald is a world known public figure, philanthropist, celebrity, experienced researcher, politician, writer, activist of causes, influencer, interfaith minister, volunteer aiming to save kids from harm, participant of the performing arts and many more.