To ensure genuine gender equality, we need a fundamental reform of beliefs upheld by the institutions of family and faith
According to a study published in American Psychologist, for the first time in history, 86% of US adults have admitted that men and women are equally intelligent. The researchers had tracked the responses of more than 30,000 US adults since 1946 to 2018. In 1946, only 35% of those surveyed thought both men and women are equally intelligent. It is heartening to know that there has been a huge shift in attitudes towards women. Does this mean that gender parity, an important goal of our society, is finally at striking distance?