Gender-based approaches turn ordinary issues to complicated problems and then theoretical solutions are required to address them
While in most stories of Quran all orders and instructions are addressed to both men and women, many preachers apparently overlook the issue and still address women in their sermons.
They see to believe men do not need any instructions. In all various topics such as riding a bicycle, attending in stadiums, choosing higher education majors like mining or medicine, offering ethical advices on modesty, always women are the focus of attention and are considered as a challenging personality [who needs guidelines].
Some people making the excuse of being worried for women riding a bicycle because of the potential dangers banning something which is a transportation vehicle or sport tool in other parts of the world, and some other people talk about banning university majors like law for women because of not being useful for them.
But the main issue is gender-based approach towards women which discriminates against them, and create serious problems out of ordinary affairs that theories are required to address them.
Thus, for centuries women had to claim their obvious rights from enjoying human dignity to the right to educate, tolerating various forms of stigmatizations along the way.