Well, I grew up pretty much in a patriarchy country so through the years I saw women getting stressed about being home watching the kids. I think they have the right and they need to work to get off the inside energy that bothers them.
We had a little discussion about this in class but still my opinion is that people are equal and that depends on how people grew up through the years and who is their role model in life. I learned through the years that maybe we are born female and male but that doesn't necessarily makes us one. With that I mean that people are too busy fighting about who has more rights, but the truth is that female and male are just genders, being a human is the difficult part. Being a human is to see everything with a different angle, try not to get in to "men" or "women" groups, have a different opinion from everyone else and try to think like both genders, think what would be better for everyone. People, when you do that, you will see the world in a different angle.
A classmate of mine said : " well, women want equally rights with us, then why don't they go to the army?". First of all some women are joining the army back in their countries, but second would they rather(men) have a child in their belly, walking around, gain fat and after 9 months give birth to a newborn? I am not complaining or anything but I think this is like joining the forces or army.
When people were still in caves, women had to stay back and take care of the babies and men would go hunting for food, but that doesn't make men more important, everyone has their role in nature like every living thing in this world.
I say if women and men would get over this equal rights thing and tried to focus what really matters then we could have a better new world in our hands.
No offense to anyone with this little speech, everyone can have their own opinion.