Actor R. Ankhnyam is undoubtedly one of the few actors who left his name in the history of cinema. He was able to immortalize his character in works that are appreciated worldwide, and he expressed his opinion about the “International Women’s Rights Day” that took place yesterday. Today, however, he commented on his text and said, “Yesterday, I shared a thought for International Women’s Rights Day.
“photo change” of actor R. Ankhnyam
There are a lot of angry people /mainly on the male side/. Don’t write your own life. Not all fathers are the same. I understand that she is writing this because her husband doesn’t believe… It’s not a question of whether our good men will cook or wash clothes on this day. Most fathers share this kind of work every day.
That’s what I thought when I wrote it. If you have a daughter in your family, the biggest celebration is when your father cooks at home and cleans the house, flowers, cake and wine are the best gifts. I wanted to. I wrote this so that your son doesn’t think that he has to make a woman happy only once a year. how are we
Children will grow up to imitate. He will copy us with his eyes and absorb us into his heart. If we graduate from the same school and have the same profession and do the same job, we will create a society with the same reputation and the same value.
I wrote my thoughts thinking that I don’t want Mongolian girls to grow up in a society where men do things and women take the blame, I don’t want to be someone who is constantly blamed for being successful, I don’t want to make others cringe with everything I wear when I grow up, I don’t want being born as a woman to be a burden for my whole life. I think that people’s actions influence the future lives of children. How do we educate whose mind at home is the society. As a family, we do not celebrate any holiday with pride. If you want to make someone happy, you don’t necessarily expect happiness.
Lives in support of the wishes of all family members. We both agree that there is too much holiday /corruption/ in our country, so we don’t want our children to become a Mongolia that celebrates without celebrating. It’s not a women’s day, it’s a day to protect women’s rights.” There will be many people who agree with him and have started calling for the right attitude in the society.