Five life skills that are not gender-specific


Foreign Policy School Five life skills that are not gender-specific

Some skills are not gender-specific and are necessary for survival. They improve the quality of your life and relationships around you. 


  1. Cooking

Food is one of the necessities of life. Having cooking skills should not be limited to a specific gender. Everyone should learn how to fix their meals, regardless of gender.


  1. Cleaning up after oneself 

It is only appropriate for an individual to make and clean up the mess. This is not in any way gender-specific. One needs to learn how to take responsibility for the mess that he or she makes instead of making it another person’s “problem,” in an entitled manner. 


  1. Effective communication 

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Source: Nigerian Tribune