The key to acting equal is first realizing that we are all equal. Then applying the golden rule to treat others as we would want to be treated. When do this to each other irrespective of gender or race, we will jointly be making a difference where we are. Personally, one of the challenges I see is that some women do not "think equal" and too easily resign themselves. In addition to expecting the world to come up with initiatives to help women, women need to make things happen for themselves. One of the low-hanging fruits for me, especially since I'm blessed among men, is ensuring that my sons have the same "home-training" as a girl would. All those who are blessed with male and female children and let the boys "out of the kitchen" are perpetuating the age-old "inequality." We have a chance to break that cycle and make sure our sons are as equipped as our daughters and vice versa. Our daughters must also have the same educational opportunities as our sons - a wise person once said "an educated woman is an educated family" and I'd add "an educated family leads to an educated nation." When we raise our children to live a gender equality life, we will have changed this suboptimal equlibrum. We will indeed be the change we want to see. Ladies, we have a key role in making this happen - for ourselves and for generations to come.