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Gender Sensitization is priority of present Society.Unless adults change the attitudes toward Gender roles gender equality will not be achieved.These are some statements for understanding and …

Gender Sensitization is priority of present Society.Unless adults change the attitudes toward Gender roles gender equality will not be achieved.These are some statements for understanding and comprehension of the topic gender equity and equality.


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  • 1. QUIZ Gender Equity and Gender Equality Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William There are 10 questions with four possible answers.
  • 2. 1. “Of all the evils, for which man has made himself responsible, none is so degrading, so shocking, or so brutal as his abuse of the better half of humanity; to me, the female sex is not the weaker sex.” a. Gloria Steinem, journalist and women’s rights activist. b. Margaret Thatcher, former prime minister of the United Kingdom. c. John Adams, second president of the United States. d. Mahatma Gandhi, leader of the Indian independence movement. Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William
  • 3. 1. “Of all the evils, for which man has made himself responsible, none is so degrading, so shocking, or so brutal as his abuse of the better half of humanity; to me, the female sex is not the weaker sex.” a. Gloria Steinem, journalist and women’s rights activist. b. Margaret Thatcher, former prime minister of the United Kingdom. c. John Adams, second president of the United States. d. Mahatma Gandhi, leader of the Indian independence movement. Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William
  • 4. 2. There is no female mind. The brain is not an organ of sex. a. Charlotte Perkins Gilman (U.S. educator and activist, 1860-1935). b. Helen Keller, author and lecturer. c. Angela Davis, activist, organizer, and university professor. d. Che Guevara, Argentine-born Marxist revolutionary. Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William
  • 5. 2. There is no female mind. The brain is not an organ of sex. a. Charlotte Perkins Gilman (U.S. educator and activist, 1860-1935). b. Helen Keller, author and lecturer. c. Angela Davis, activist, organizer, and university professor. d. Che Guevara, Argentine-born Marxist revolutionary. Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William
  • 6. 3. I ask no favours for my sex, I surrender not our claim to equality. All I ask of our brethren is that they will take their feet from off our necks, and permit us to stand upright on the ground which God has designed us to occupy. Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William a. Sarah Grimké (U.S. abolitionist and suffragist, 1792-1873). b. Gloria Steinem, journalist and women’s rights activist. c. Margaret Thatcher, former prime minister of the United Kingdom. d. Leon Trotsky, Ukrainian-born Bolshevik revolutionary and Marxist theorist
  • 7. 3. I ask no favours for my sex, I surrender not our claim to equality. All I ask of our brethren is that they will take their feet from off our necks, and permit us to stand upright on the ground which God has designed us to occupy. Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William a. Sarah Grimké (U.S. abolitionist and suffragist, 1792-1873). b. Gloria Steinem, journalist and women’s rights activist. c. Margaret Thatcher, former prime minister of the United Kingdom. d. Leon Trotsky, Ukrainian-born Bolshevik revolutionary and Marxist theorist
  • 8. 4. Male and female represent the two sides of the great radical dualism. But, in fact, they are perpetually passing into one another. Fluid hardens to solid, solid rushes to fluid. There is no wholly masculine man, no purely feminine woman. a. Margaret Fuller (U.S. author and critic, 1810-1850). b. John Adams, second president of the United States. c. Betty Friedan (U.S. feminist, 1921- ). d. Gloria Steinem, journalist and women’s rights activist. Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William
  • 9. 4. Male and female represent the two sides of the great radical dualism. But, in fact, they are perpetually passing into one another. Fluid hardens to solid, solid rushes to fluid. There is no wholly masculine man, no purely feminine woman. a. Margaret Fuller (U.S. author and critic, 1810-1850). b. John Adams, second president of the United States. c. Betty Friedan (U.S. feminist, 1921- ). d. Gloria Steinem, journalist and women’s rights activist. Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William
  • 10. 5. Gender equality is more than a goal in itself. It is a precondition for meeting the challenge of reducing poverty, promoting sustainable development and building good governance. a. Manmohan Singh. b. Atal Bihari Vajpyee. c. Kofi Annan. d. Bill Gates. Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William
  • 11. 5. Gender equality is more than a goal in itself. It is a precondition for meeting the challenge of reducing poverty, promoting sustainable development and building good governance. a. Manmohan Singh. b. Atal Bihari Vajpyee. c. Kofi Annan. d. Bill Gates. Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William
  • 12. 6. We need not just a new generation of leadership but a new gender of leadership. a. Bill Gates. b. Bill Clinton. c. Mahatma Gandhi. d. Indira Gandhi. Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William
  • 13. 6. We need not just a new generation of leadership but a new gender of leadership. a. Bill Gates. b. Bill Clinton. c. Mahatma Gandhi. d. Indira Gandhi. Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William
  • 14. 7. I'm suspicious of any man or woman who approaches their own liberation with any kind of gender bias. a. Kofi Annan. b. Hu Jintao. c. Andrew Cohen. d. Vladimir Putin. Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William
  • 15. 7. I'm suspicious of any man or woman who approaches their own liberation with any kind of gender bias. a. Kofi Annan. b. Hu Jintao. c. Andrew Cohen. d. Vladimir Putin. Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William
  • 16. 8. We must focus on people as people, regardless of race, creed, colour or gender. a. Judge Mills Lane. b. Bill Clinton. c. Benazir Bhutto. d. Swami Vivekananda. Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William
  • 17. 8. We must focus on people as people, regardless of race, creed, colour or gender. a. Judge Mills Lane. b. Bill Clinton. c. Benazir Bhutto. d. Swami Vivekananda. Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William
  • 18. 9. “Women are a great source of strength in creating human civilization ... The promotion of gender equality and protection of women's rights impact on the immediate interests of women and decide whether human beings can fully develop their potential and pursue a better life”. a. Helen Keller. b. Hu Jintao. c. Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. d. Kofi Annan. Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William
  • 19. 9. “Women are a great source of strength in creating human civilization ... The promotion of gender equality and protection of women's rights impact on the immediate interests of women and decide whether human beings can fully develop their potential and pursue a better life”. a. Helen Keller. b. Hu Jintao. c. Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. d. Kofi Annan. Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William
  • 20. 10. “When people are discussing as to what man and woman can do, always the same mistake is made. They think they show man at his best because he can fight, for instance, and undergo tremendous physical exertion; and this is pitted against the physical weakness and non-combating quality of woman. This is unjust. Woman is as courageous as man. Each is equally good in his or her way.” a. Swami Satya Sai Baba. b. Swami Vivekananda. c. Swami Ramdev Baba. d. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahans Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William
  • 21. 10. “When people are discussing as to what man and woman can do, always the same mistake is made. They think they show man at his best because he can fight, for instance, and undergo tremendous physical exertion; and this is pitted against the physical weakness and non-combating quality of woman. This is unjust. Woman is as courageous as man. Each is equally good in his or her way.” a. Swami Satya Sai Baba. b. Swami Vivekananda. c. Swami Ramdev Baba. d. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahans Pratima Nayak,KV,Fort William
  • 22. Answers 1. Mahatma Gandhi. 2. Charlotte Perkins Gilman. 3. Sarah Grimke. 4. Margaret Fuller. 5. Kofi Annan. 6. Bill Clinton. 7. Andrew Cohen. 8. Judge Mills Lane. 9. Hu Jintao. 10. Swami Vivekananda.