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Gender planning intends to enable the women to achieve justice and equality. To justify the matter, this article tries to analyze the related presuppositions in two aspects: a) to understand concept transformations, and b) to revise the planning presuppositions. Research findings in rural communities of Yazd and West Azarbaijan Provinces imply that women along with men Contribate to family income. Meanwhile, men's economic decision-making in the families is still common. The women in Yazd Province villages were financially more independent than those of the West Azarbaijan; and, during the recent two decades, their presence in general atmosphere of the society was remarkably eye-catching. Regarding considerable differences among these two societies, any planning according to the traditional presuppositions about women will fail. Some social-cultural traits do not relate to biological dimensions. For instance, according to a conceptual cliche, "cooking is a womanly activity"; however, in many countries, men are considered the best cooks. Therefore, there is not any relation between this character trait (management) and biological dimensions of the women.