Mongolian women had a higher social status than women in many other Asian societies, but were considered unable to herd cattle and possibly not horses.
Only one woman, Toregene, became supreme ruler in between maturity of the elected chosen Khan following Genghis Khan's introduction of heredity possibly claimed by the Tatars he was last with, and four Khatuns shared governorship and regional powers with Khublai Khan.
In 1985, 63% of students in higher educational establishments were women along with 58% of the students in secondary schools.
During the time frame, there were 51% women workers and 49% male.
Many men profess their love of the supposed purity and soft-spoken obedience of Asian women, not to mention the Asian bride’s storied beauty and grace, but this can be limiting and often not entirely accurate.