Women aren't in leadership roles because they are scared.
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This debate focuses on the reasons as to why women are not found in leadership roles as frequently as men. I hope that we focus on numerous different reasons and that we regard the history of women as well as modern life for women.
I have an argument prepared, but because my opponent forfeited, I will not post it. I will say a few things though.
I offer this resolution.
“Women aren't in leadership roles, in part, because they’re scared.”
I have no interest in arguing over the BoP, so I wish for it to be shared, does my opponent accept?
As a teenager you dont know much about reality and the world is pushing agendas that are false. Take some years to learn stuff. Listen and think before speaking. God willing you live to see the days ahead.
If you dont believe the bible, just say so. But dont assert it as wrong based on your world view. Also the bible never said they were or werent equal, only that they are "weaker vessels"
"But that's part of their curse according to genesis 3:16"
That part may be outdated. Women are supposed to be equal to men, if not superior.
Reason women arent leaders is 2 reasons. 1: they werent made to rule over men. 2: it is discouraged.
Women have always had the desire to rule over someone, just like men. But thats part of their curse according to genesis 3:16
I think I can argue this. Hope this will be a great debate.
Thank you for the question. I am arguing that women are not scared to be in leadership roles. I expect my pro to be arguing that women are scared to enter leadership roles. We would both also talk about other revolving assumptions that cause women not to be in leadership roles.
As a note to avoid accidents, the instigator in this debate is not the pro side for the resolution. Anyone who accepts this needs to argue both that women are not in leadership roles, and it is because they are scared.
Are you arguing for that:
Women are never fit for leadership,
Women are not there not because they are scared,
Or that women of leaderships should not be scared?