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pl. ............... help again dear.............?

do u think the purpose of women is to stay back at hme and look after the family??????????

Asked By: aarti panchal - 5/16/2008
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Not at all.lf a woman with children wants to work....then good for her. lt depends on the family situation. ln some families the role is reversed.The wife has a great paying job,so dad stays home and tends to the children. lt is a mothers right and perogative to work or not
Answered By: Ruby Jane - 5/16/2008
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No its not!!! Thats the old thinking of people unless you belive in it..
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Answered By: cabbage - 5/16/2008
 
Definitely not !!!!!! It all depends on choice.
Answered By: some_guy - 5/16/2008
 
not exactly... but since man can not do this work better than women so women are supposed to do this. its because of their loving and caring nature.
Answered By: Tanuj S - 5/16/2008
 
definitely not! it could be a voluntary choice, but not the reason y women exist ( the word purpose indicates that that's what u mean 2 say)....
Answered By: Guy Whittle - 5/16/2008
 
not at all, the women very well work to earn a living and look after the family also. It is nice if she gets the support of the family. but some families may be conservative for not allowing her to work or in some families they don't have to work due to well off condition.
Answered By: jayshreenadhe - 5/16/2008
 
weather u belive it or not .bt man r always dominatiing womaen from d very frist day whn god creatd them on this earth ..bt it has a simple reasone as i think .man r phycially stornger then women .i hope u will agree me on this point .now lets go in past a 2000 year back .at tat time v din hv much options to run our... More
Answered By: aniket s - 5/16/2008
 
One of the parents must do it. It doesn't matter which one. If neither want to do it - don't have children.
Answered By: geni - 5/16/2008
 
uhhh, no! I think you may be stuck in the 1800's or something like that.
Answered By: Shweppes - 5/16/2008
 
Yes. She has more duty than any male counterpart. Though the male normally involved in earning for his family, only the women at the home makes the home better and inculcate good habits on kids.
Answered By: saran_gee - 5/17/2008
 
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