Why women empowerment is important: Gorgeous 271 on the mission to uplift women

We all know that sustainable development acknowledges social, economic, and environmental protection. Without empowering women, they would not feel equally significant to the process of societal development as men.

Here at Gorgeous 271, we believe that all women are the most important and key drivers of social and economic development. We are constantly working to recognize, identify, and test new solutions, which will foster gender equality and women empowerment.

Despite the fact that in today’s world, gender stereotyping is considerably erasing, still, women in many parts of the world, including the United States are considered inferior to men.

A woman holds a significant place in society. She is a mother, which means she is second to none, a wife who is a great companion, a sister who loves you, and a daughter who is a blessing.

However, not many people believe in what we just said! Primarily, women are caretakers of children and elders. A lot of research studies have put forward that when the political and economic organization of society change, women works substantially to lead in helping families as well as adjust to new challenges and realities easily.

Now, it may seem a little harsher to men, but we want the freedom of expression for women – in other words, equality – despite their religion, ethnicity, color, creed, doctrine, and economic conditions.

My heart skips a beat every time I hear something that a woman has been abused or raped. Well, whether it’s the advanced country like the United States or third world countries like Bangladesh and India or a poor country in Africa, women are facing inequality, injustice, and discrimination.

In third world countries, girls in poor communities are often deprived of basic education, lack of clean water, and other necessities of life. It is no surprise that women in poor countries of Asia and Africa spend millions of hours each day fetching water, which is often dirty and a significant threat to their health and wellbeing.

In advanced countries like the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and countries of Europe, women are stalked, abused, raped, and mistreated by men in several ways. We are human beings. I want to say this to all men that we are the individuals who give bear pain for 9 long months, give birth to you, and care for you.

We keep everything behind – our wishes, our desires, our hobbies, everything – just to take care of you in the most sophisticated ways. But, we are not your slaves. We want equality and justice for all women – no matter they live in the United States or other parts of the world.

God created men and women equal – so who are you to consider them inferior. It’s time to realize our importance in society because without us, society is nothing but a barren place that will sprout nothing valuable.

So much so, our primary aim is to encourage women to participate equally in all fields of life. Hundreds of thousands of women in the world today are subjected to child labor, trafficking, abuse, child marriage, as well as other offenses.

So, our gift will where it is needed the most since we want to protect women and girls by equipping skilled, counseling, education, training, medical care – as well as motivate them to step in the business world.



Uplifting women starts right in families, neighborhoods, and workplaces. Well, Charity begins at home – so it is my request to all women in the United States and the rest of the world to raise your voice against oppression and injustice.

Men and women are equal in the eyes of God – and every one of us must follow the commandments of the Almighty God and have fear in our hearts that God will ask you about how you treat women on the Day of Judgment. At the same time, God will ask women whether they had raised their voice against injustice, incongruity, and oppression.

We want women to make choice in their lives without male intervention – be those education, marriage, jobs, food, clothing, etc. Lastly, Gorgeous 271 will continue to make efforts to encourage women to fight injustice. Stay Blessed!

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