as the girls or boys prefect of your school, write a speech to be delivered at your end of year party on the topic "what men can do women can do better"
"To the school principal, deputy principal, teachers, and all students, good evening? I am glad to be standing in front of you all as we celebrate the end of the year. Today I would like to talk about the topic "what men can do, women can do better" there have been many stereotypes about men not allowing women to outshine them that still exist today. Men are supposed to be seen as being the best. A classification that was once given to men may be slowly becoming something that the world can see in a woman. As ladies, we need to stand up and show the world that we can be better than men, and I am much impressed by the results where many of us ladies have topped in 75% of the school's streams. Congrats, ladies in the house.
Although it may have been confirmed in the past, men not letting women outshine them are not one of them. It used to be that women could not be better than men because society put women below men. Men were supposed to be the breadwinner and be able to support their wives. If a woman were to make more money than a man, that man's status would decline. Times have changed drastically, and there are women today making more money than men. Although philosophers can argue that men and women are not at the same level, the gap between them has been reduced. Men do not want women to outshine them for reasons other than being cruel. There are exceptions to every case, but for the most part, it is done without thinking that it can hurt a woman. A man's ego and impress friends are critical factors as to why men try to be superior.
Lastly, many philosophers degraded women by rejecting their philosophy. They rejected the integration of reason, virtue, and knowledge for women. It is now time to change this narrative and believe that "what men can do, women can do better." This transition with us from the lower level until we grow to be educated with degrees, get employed, become ministers of this country, and empower young ladies. Thank you all, and have a pleasant and busy vacation."