Happy International Women’s Day!!
International Women’s Day: Women Urged To Make Regular Checkup Priority, Eat Healthy — Info Daily
On her part, Dr Adesuwa Urhoghide-Edigin, Immediate past President of MWAN, Edo, said breaking… https://infodailyng.com/international-womens-day-women…/
Breaking The Bias:
1)Self Bias – Self Doubt, Inferiority complex, Low self esteem, Socioeconomic strength, Non-recognition of opportunities, impostor syndrome.
2)Women to Women Bias – Envy, Competition, Defamation, Pull down Syndrome, Social norms.
3)Men to Women Bias – Inferior Gender, Ego, Subordinate syndrome, Gender social norms, Discrimination, Objectification, Socio economic inequality, unintentional and automatic mental associations based on gender, stemming from traditions, norms, values, culture and experience.
Let’s come together to break all the bias against women. Yes We Can!
Happy International Women’s Day..