Complementarity and parity between women and men in marriage
Over the past thirty years, the legal status of women has undoubtedly improved, but gender equality is far from being a reality.
Women continue to be marginalized in political and public life, to be paid less than men for work of equal value, to be more often victims of poverty and unemployment and to be more exposed to violence. But be aware that parity is not equality! The emancipation of women finds its source in external influence through the socio-political “liberation” of women imported from the West, but also the need to exploit all economic agents to access development. God, in his sovereignty, having created all the different species, among which the man called Adam, realized that he lacked a presence near the latter, to perfect this work which was his. He creates, therefore, this woman called Eve, drawn from the rib of Adam. We infer that man, indeed the whole of nature, in the complexity of its composition, is incomplete without woman. Better still, it is nonsense, because it only knows how to be through the existence of woman. That's not all, because God, always in his sovereignty, was not obliged to put man to sleep in order to create woman. If he had wanted to, he would have kept Adam awake and, with his power, made this mystery creature that is woman. What happens to communication, love, understanding, acceptance of differences, complicity? Equality is essential between men and women who both need the couple, love, and openness to the world in order to create balance for two. Even the most united couples experience the constraints and contradictions of a stereotyped society that sees new models of relationships while remaining attached to principles and traditions. The couple is therefore torn between the reassuring values of the past and freedom in equality, because the latter is more difficult to build, even with fear. There is, first of all, women are not aware of what they are really worth. They sell their bodies and other things of great importance for their emancipation. They alone give this image of themselves. They have to respect themselves first. We often say "women's emancipation". To be emancipated, you really need something that concretely shows that you are.