Societies where women rule

There are several societies where women rule. However, not all of these societies accept women as leaders. In some cases, men control the society. Let’s look at five out of the most powerful societies where women rule.

One is Indonesia. Women have ruled this country for many centuries. They have established Islamic law and have maintained their high position in society. The current Indonesian President was born in East Timor. Indonesia is a society where women are respected. Indonesia has many strong and successful institutions that show that it is a society where women are treated with fairness.

Another society where women rule is India. India has a huge population and every society has a layer of rich and poor. India has a large Muslim population but there are also Christian and Hindu societies.

A third place is Saudi Arabia. This is another interesting example of a society where men and women lead different types of lives. Both men and women are religious and strictly adhere to their roles. The men are the breadwinners of the society and women are respected for being mothers and wives. There is no gender disparity in the labor force in Saudi Arabia.

The fourth society where women rule is Nepal. Nepal is a developing country where both men and women work together. Nepalese women are highly educated and hold high positions in government as well as in business. They are competitive in the job market in Nepal and there is little gender discrimination against them.

The fifth society on the list is Pakistan. Pakistan is a developing country where women are economically, socially, and politically active. There is no discrimination against women in Pakistan. Still, some areas in Pakistan have a high illiteracy rate, which is one of the reasons why so many young girls are married off to much older men.

In conclusion, the question of why societies where women rule exist is a complex one. Most societies do not have any significant discrimination against women. Some do, though. What societies do have is a tradition of putting a man at the head of the family. This tradition sometimes has a long history. Whether or not the practice makes sense in the specific societies where it exists, is something that can only be determined by observation.

The reality is that most societies where women rule do not have any problems related to gender equality. In some cases, they may have problems with violence. However, these are rare and should not deter one from studying the practice. It is certainly more common than most people think.

One of the most interesting societies where women rule is Saudi Arabia. There, women are completely respected and allowed to drive. They also hold all key jobs in the government and live their lives as women are entitled to. There is no social stigma against women. They do not face the scrutiny usually associated with women in other societies.

In India, the dowry system does not exist. Girls are considered property of the husbands. If a husband dies, his family takes custody of his wife. This can be very stressful for a young girl here who wants to finish her education and live on her own.

One society that does have a problematic law is Singapore. The law clearly states that men should be the sole breadwinner. A man can only have one wife. So, a man can have more than one wife if he wishes. The wives are not allowed to work outside the home. Men are also not permitted to marry their female brothers.

Of course, there are many more societies. And it would be difficult to give a comprehensive list. However, these are the ones where women rule. In some cases, they still do.