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Soon enough some thought that women should have bigger roles than what most of the people thought women should have.
With the beginning of industrialization and technological development, the lifestyles of people in Lithuania started to change. This movement toward modern living started to reflect in the lifestyles of people.As the ‘ruling class’, men completely support the patriarchal view of the Catholic Church.“The resurgence in the popularity of the Catholic Church has been accompanied by the glorification of motherhood (Voices from Lithuania)”.The role of women in society has been changed a lot in the last few decades.In the early days, women were seen as wives who were supposed to cook, clean, and take care of the children.They are entrusted with more responsibility than men.They have to work along with men in providing a higher income for the family, but even so, most men in Lithuania still consider women to be inferior, and they do not trust them enough in order to permit a female to deal with political, economic, and social problems.Consequently, women gradually started to participate in all life movements.They started to think independently and participate equally in outside world along with males (Blackburn).However, inequality between women and men can take many different forms.It manifests itself in the unequal representations of women and men in various walks of life, differences in their salaries, persistent gender stereotypes, and sexual discrimination.