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The home has always been awoman’s priority, it still is and shall always remain so. It is the woman whomakes a home into a home, with all the outpouring of her love, care, devotionand hard work. This fact has always been recognized by all and a hard truth ofa man’s life but, today this fact is being intentionally cut to size. Thereason being just simply the woman’s, working outside the home.The education of women has, on the one hand,made them capable of shouldering burdens of life more exquisitely and, on theother side this has led to a sort of a catastrophe for the home. This isbecause once the woman is educated and becomes capable of earning; she prefersto carve out a career for herself.

This much is very fine and as everyone wouldlike. However, this working women as a class, becomes more inclined to avoid,dislike and even think of housework as being a task below her dignity.Herein lies thecrux of the modern day problem created for and by the working women. For, it ishere that this class of working women has given birth to a huge number ofproblems in the family, and society. This has created problems that wereunheard of ever before in India.

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Once the woman is workingoutside the home, the home automatically gets neglected. The reasons for thisneglect are not far to seek. For one, when the woman has worked out for thewhole day, she is left with no energy to work at home after the day’s work, avery genuine cause.

Besides being tired, she is now also seen losing interestin the working at home. She just does the minimum to keep the family going,with no interest in making any improvements in the home.Now, once shehas started working and earning, she also very naturally develops the desire tobehave like the man who was till now, the privileged one just because he wasthe bread earner of the family. This attitude as hers, brings in its trail hercontinuous loss of interest in the family and her top priority being, enhancingher career prospects.

All this development in the status of women has givenbirth to a cross section of multifarious problems.The first tosuffer at the hands of these working women are the poor innocent children, whoare not able to get any quality time to spend with their mothers. The result isdisobedient rude children, who are often out of control as they grow up. Theybecome selfish, careless children as, they see none of the delicate emotionsbeing showered upon them, so, how and from where will they learn these fineremotions of life. The elders these days have absolutely no place in such ahome.

They are often neglected and even ousted from the home on same pretext orthe other.This in turn has givenrise to a new problem of senior citizens, which never ever existed in India. Asfor the coming and welcoming of guests in homes of working women is a thingunwarranted.

When the woman is out of the home for the whole day, who will lookafter guests. So, with women working outside the home the concept ofentertaining guests is out of all programmes. Thus, care of children, care ofelders, care of any other family members and care of guests are all lost in themaze of the schedule of the working woman.This situationhas led to the mushroom growth of crèches, where children spend their qualitytime, old age homes for the uncared old parents, and the community of guests islost completely. All these problems I understand have been given impetus by thesingle act of women working out of their homes.

Besides, when the small childgets his training in a crèche, as he grows up, he lands up into a new problemof drug addiction. All these problems in our society can be traced down to theworking of women.On the one handit is true that, the working woman adds to the family income, improves thestandard of the family as far as the income of the family is concerned. Shedefinitely adds to her personal image but, all this is achieved at the cost ofinsoluble problems created in the family and the society. Now, once she becomesan equal partner in real terms, she is bound to become a cause for worry forthe man of the family, as, his ego and manly pride takes a flight to the winds.

Thus, this endsin the man revolting at home, in society and in the office. He resents thestatus and respect given to the working woman. The man’s argument now is that,once a woman is equal, why should she get any privileges as a woman. Thisresponse of the man to the working woman is, I think quite justified, and rightto a great extent. 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