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Woman in Mans World As the only girl among forty male classmates in a Electrical Engineering class my aunt Ana had very uncomfortable feeling which she never experienced before She will probably forever remember professors class discussions and questions for which she has always stayed quiet without participating in discussions or answering the questions while almost everybody else gave some answers or comments What would it look like if she gives the wrong answer Her colleagues could think that Ana is in the wrong place or moreover she is just one more girl who is trying to be smart The same story was repeated every single week Every time she entered that class she kept her head down looking at the floor As the only girl in Engineering class she was ashamed What am I doing here she asked herself a hundred times during this class Ana felt like a stranger in some far unknown land where people speak a different language Men are real masters of Engineering classes It is their world and their kingdom Why is that Who established this rule Where are women in that combination Who represents them Since the early history and ancient civilizations woman has played a secondary role in which she was worth less than a man Both in the Roman Empire and the old Greek Byzantine the role of a woman in the society which was created and forced upon them by a man was that a woman is only good for child rising and to be a housewife Moreover in most Asian countries even today woman is stuck with the same stereotype Also in the Arab countries woman has been an inferior second class citizen she was not allowed to participate in public life also she could not be seen in any man place such a caf bar or
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