They stayed at home to help with the home front duties
I'll bet there are lots of examples right there in the history book you copied this question from. And your instructor will be looking for one of them.
All humans are primates. Gender doesn't make a difference. Both men and women are primates.
Men and women tend to make the same decisions when they're in leadership roles.
If the person in front of you was doing 100mph, would it make a difference?
To make her pregnant you insert the penis in the vagina, the front. The back one is the same you have, the anus.
Their role was to make a home and raise children.
Women in ancient and current Africa do not traditionally 'make a living' . They take care of the home and farm while the men make the living.
it gave the women confidence that they could make a difference.
she helped give civil rights for women in America
She proved that women could fly as well as men.
The sacrifies women made during war was to leave their children at home because men were fighting then so women were the only ones left to make the weapons
If you trust him, why shouldn't he? If you don't trust him, it isn't going to make any difference if his women friends are married or not.
This is a very loaded question, with not just one answer. One of the solutions I see is women helping other women. Women who are successful business women already can really make a difference in helping budding women entrepreneurs.
Men and women have the same muscles that move the leg, often called the "glutes" (Gluteus maximus). This muscles is large in both men and women. Women have a pelvis that is shaped like a heart and men have one that is oval shaped. The shape of the pelvis and the muscles make the difference in the buttocks of men and women.
In England, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United States the role of women went from being farmers, housewives and socialites to women of strength who got up in the morning to work in war manufacturing plants, Red Cross places, or on the front lines as nurses, as entertainers for the troops and as volunteers across their nations. They raised money for the war bonds. They kept their families going, their husbands' businesses functioning and waited for their men to return. When someone lost their loved one on the front lines the women formed a community around the widows and grieving mothers. They prayed diligently. The war taught the women they could work outside the home and make a difference. Women's Liberation was born out of World War 2.
Money make the main difference then clothes,vehicle,home,mobile..etc
Communication for there is no difference on what is the best but what turns her on and what she is wanting to happen. So the best thing for you to do is sit down and ask her.
NO, there are small cases of it but not much to make a difference, the only exception is south African women to a extent.
No. There is no special place set aside for women. The world would cease to function if women were all sent back "home". A woman's place is wherever she chooses to make her place.
No. It will not effect speedometer accuracy.
She gave birth to two, bright, mixed-race women. Nothing else.
Life in the 1820's was difficult for women.Most worked in factories in the north or stayed at home cooked,cleaned,and took care of there families.Women werent allowed to vote,therefore they werent a major part in changing or forming society.That's not to say that they did not try to make a difference as for example, Florence nightingale tried to make a difference :)
It's to make people from a range of countries feel welcome and at home.