Gender equality was a major issue for years, now it has been shown in places also. There are places where women are not allowed to visit due to some reasons and rituals.
Here is some list of places where women are not allowed to visit:
It is located midway between the southwestern main island of Kyushu and the Korean peninsula. Once the site of rituals to pray for maritime safety and a centre for relations with China and Korea that stretch back far as the fourth century.
Today, only male priests from Munakata Taisha, a group of Shinto shrines, are permitted to travel to worship at the island’s shrine. They strip naked and perform a cleansing ritual before they set foot on the land. When they leave, they are not permitted to take anything with them and must never speak of the trip.
Male visitors must remove clothes before going ashore and women are not allowed.It also got Unesco World Heritage listing recently.
Mount Athos, Greece:
Mount Athos is a mountain and peninsula in northeastern Greece and an important centre of Eastern Orthodox monasticism. It is governed as an autonomous polity within the Greek Republic. It is commonly known as the Holy Mountain due to the presence of the 20 Eastern Orthodox monasteries and the 2,000 monks that call it home.
If you are women you can’t go to the monasteries of Mount Athos. Second, if you are the man you should carry proper papers to enter the Holy Mountain.
Sabarimala is a Hindu pilgrimage centre located in the Periyar Tiger Reserve in the Western Ghat mountain ranges of Pathanamthitta District.
The famous hill shrine is located 72 km from Pathanamthitta town, 191 km from Thiruvananthapuram and 210 km from Kochi in the state of Kerala. One of the most famous pilgrim centres in India. Sabarimala is situated on the mountain ranges of the Western Ghats at an altitude of 914 m above sea level and is accessible only by foot from Pamba (4 km). The temple is dedicated to Sree Ayyappa.
It’s an age of practice of not allowing women to the hill shrine.
Mount Omine, Japan:
Mount Ōmine, is a sacred mountain in Nara, Japan, famous for its three tests of courage. Officially known as Mount Sanjō, it is more popularly known as Mount Ōmine due to its prominence in the Ōmine mountain range. It is a holy mountain located in the Nara Prefecture and although it is popularly known as Mount Omine.
Women are traditionally banned from climbing mountains sacred to the Shinto religions. But only Mount Omine in Nara, Japan, enforces the rule, though there is a small section of the mountain reserved for females. It is a good place to trek, and only for men.
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