In today’s episode, you will hear an Indonesian based in Los Angeles talk about her experiences of being a woman, particularly through the eyes of a traditional Indonesian society and in the film industry. She talked about how having a more traditional family affected their perception towards her as a daughter and a woman in the family. We were able to scratch the surface of how traditional Indonesian culture perceives women and the roles they are expected to do in society.
In this series we will be talking to different women of various socio-economic backgrounds, hoping to get their stories and perceptions about women inequality.
We will focus on two questions: 1.) Do you think women’s inequality still exists in society today? 2.) Have you ever experienced any form of inequality or discrimination as a woman and please elaborate?