Who Are the Best - Men Or Women? - Best Lifehack Blog

A few years ago, menfolk used to show their supremacy in every aspect of life and women were left behind. There was a time when the menfolk were in dominant position. Today, in the world of gender equality women are also showing their skills and performance in every aspect of life. In the college canteens, community centre, friendly discussion, everywhere the topic is who are the best- women or men? The pivotal fact is that each has their own superiority in their respected fields. Let’s see some data-

Manual labour

You may say that menfolk are engaged in working different jobs where physical labour is essential, you must see the data of the world where women are working almost similar in count. In the farming families, men and women perform their specific deed to support each other. A study in 2017 shows that the male workers in the world are 54.9% while the women labour force participation in the world is 48.7%. The percentage varies from one country to another.

 Games and sports

If a guy says that menfolk are good at different games and sports, the women are surely not lagged behind. While Virat Kohli, Leander Paes, Ajay Jayaram, Sourav Ganguli, etc. are the leading performer in games and sports, the names of the women performers go at the same pace. MC Mary Kom, PV Sindhu, Bula Choudhury, Sania Mirza, etc. are the women personalities who are the representatives of the womenfolk in games and sports.

In science and technology

Madame Curie (Marie Curie), Jane Goodall, Maria Mayer, Rachel Carson, Rosalind Franklin, Barbara Mcclintock, Rita Levi-Montalcini, etc. are the women who are ever remembered for their inventions and researches.

If you look at the works of the menfolk, you will find Benjamin Franklin, Albert Einstein, Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate, Alexander Graham Bell, Charles Darwin, Archimedes, Thomas Edison, etc. When the argument of gender-biased supremacy is concerned, nobody is left behind.


When it comes to the astronauts, you will see that Valentina Tereshkova left the world for space in 1963 at the age of 26. Kalpana Chawla, Svetlana Savitskaya, Sally Ride, etc. are the renowned names of women astronauts.

Simultaneously, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, John Glenn, Alan Shepard, Yuri Gagarin, Michael Collins are some of the famous names of male Astronauts.

Therefore, neither men nor women are lagged behind in their success stories. Today, when men and women are pushing the world forward holding hands together, it is the time not to compare their success but to contrast their works so that they become conscious about their performance to make the world better. When one side of the weighing machine is down enough, the other side will try to be similar weighty to make the machine balanced. The real progress of the world will be observed then.

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