Gender has been kept as an ultimate subject for debate by every passing generation and government. There have been many politicians who believe that the policymaking on the basis of gender and sex would always yield an environment of equality. As a matter of fact, it has been an effective truth and a way to implement better working and social association between the two genders. The aim of this outline is to shed light on the areas that will be discussed. The major issues in hand include working policy for the gender, consideration to the standards and acceptance of gender and sex as well as equal rights of working etc. The following literature review also presents a deep understanding of the standpoints of different authors who have come up with an effective explanation about the issues concerning and revolving around gender and sex.
There are also the concerns that were put forward by Elizabeth Reis (2007) where it was stated that even the concerns for the consideration to the gender has become quite difficult for the intersex. The author has discussed the complication of naming intersex as hermaphroditism. It is also stated that it puts them under deep misunderstanding and so their parents. It rather shows them that they are not medically well. Divergence of sex is rather an accepted term that the author has put forward. It is conclusive of the fact that there is an ongoing bias when it comes to gender and sex.
In this way, a strong critique has also been undertaken by Katherine Nicole who advocates the fact that there are a lot of gaps when it comes to keeping a strong policy background. The author has also indicated that it has been many years that all the developed countries have proven themselves to be considerate about the policies that are set out on the base of gender. As a contradiction, the society shows us a relatively different picture where the gender bias is evident from the policies as well.
Hodge (2006) maintained the fact that the policies are not covered that has impacted the way skilled workers have been appointed and expected to work. The author has put forward her concerns that with the continuous lack of policy, it is likely that workers, especially women are going to be treated as an incompetent role player in the society. Therefore, the government needs to play an effective role by allotting proper policies for gender differentiation .
A similar stance have also been raised by the author Kempadoo who had believed that the policies have been strict for women where they were not given enough visibility in the society being the major role player. The conference that was held by International Labor Organization also confirmed about the beliefs that women were not given enough support from the societies they lived. Therefore, it had become a responsibility of the international society to bring up initiatives where the disparity of having no policy regarding gender and sex is removed.
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Reis, E. (2007). Divergence and Disorder? The Politics of naming intersex. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 50(4), 535-543.