Contemporary society is just beginning to delve into the true distinctions between men and women. Besides the obvious physiological differences, there are also differences in the way men and women think, speak, and behave.
It is sad to note that some people insist that the disparity in the physical and psychological capabilities of man and woman is due to the imperfection of the woman and the perfection of the man. They hold that, for certain good reasons, woman has been intentionally created imperfect. The notion of the imperfection of woman has been more popular in Africa. In Africa, the woman is always given a raw deal. Sometimes, misquoting religion, they say the woman should be ashamed of herself. Sometimes they say, “Woman is the being, having long hair and a deficient brain”, “Woman is the partition between animal and man” and so on.
Break The Alabaster challenges the all-time debate and endeavours to justify women as the fragrance they are. Not to be hidden, but released. It encourages women to break out and release their fragrance – to rise above obstacles, determine their worth and set high standards and most of all be the aroma they were fashioned to be.
“Man should learn to give place to woman and a country or community in which women are not honoured can not be considered as civilized.” Mahatma Gandhi