I am, nevertheless, sickened with the fact that the society condemns such women that have become migrant workers for claims that their children are suffering in the hands of other women. I do not find anything wrong with female migrant workers looking for a living. Women can also work in the labor industry and become successful in all contexts. I, therefore, believe that the allegations on these female migrant workers are purely stereotypical on the gender roles of women.
In Remotely Sensed, the migration of women across the borders cannot be detached from the growth of the capital economy (Kirk & Okazawa-Rey 400-403). I do not support the women migrating and having sex for a living, but I sympathize with their situation. They also need to survive. Are there perfect mechanisms that can support their needs without them using their gender makeup to make a ...Show more