In prosperous populous countries, the role of the mother has diminished; there is no need for more children in the world, the borders have already been crossed in this respect for the population. Women have achieved financial independence, and large families, even nuclear families, are falling apart as a result of materialism.
There are a lot of singles, both men and women, and those young people who grow up in this environment in a single-parent family or alternately with father and mother may have a blurred understanding of the role of the mother. They know that children are no longer needed (except in Finland, the opposite campaign is underway), the biological need of many young women to have children has disappeared due to social reasons.
But there is a problem: Does a kind of patriarchy continue in female characters? Is a woman embracing masculine models and values in a leadership role? There are examples of this not so far in the past. Is a woman losing the character traits needed in the world to build a human and loving society?
Characteristic characteristics of both sexes are needed. A woman is more characterized by a man’s ability to recognize the feelings and needs of other people - all living beings - due to his intuitive side, biological and psychological characteristics. A woman has a strong need to protect life, feed and nourish. A man also has a zest for protection, but a woman is inherently more receptive, gentler, more loving. Every woman and every man has both the so-called. feminine and the so-called. masculine qualities. However, the differences are not only individual-dependent, as feminists tend to argue, but, on the basis of their biology, women on average have a more general so-called feminine traits and in men on average the so-called. masculine traits.
The role of the modern woman can be confusing precisely because, when equality is realized, feminine qualities have come to be seen as somehow secondary, even signs of weakness. Therefore, more and more young women are beginning to emphasize the masculine side to an increasing extent. This is not conducive to the whole. We need a real woman, harnessing the power of the original development of the society. - Maetreyii Ma & Sarasvati Ma