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Kathryn Larsen

on 23 May 2017

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The History of Gender Equality
India ranks to worst country to live in. Women living in India say they face rape, acid throwing, dowry killings, prostitution.
When it comes to sports men have always gotten the attention first but in different sports they get the attention. For example men who play in the NBA earn 70 times more money than a women who plays in the WNBA.
Being a women doesn't mean anything. Women are just as strong enough to work in "men " jobs. Society has changed but we still have a long way to go from society perspectives to the wage gap. By encouraged others to bring awareness about this problem together we can help get rid of this world on fire problem. Such as telling young girls to belive in themselves and helpslove teh huge wage gap
Ever since the oldest civilization such as the Mesopotamia women were not equal to men This is where human culture started. Through out the years women have been thought of being at home making food and taking care of kids.

Saudi Arabia is the worlds most gender segregated nation. Which means everyone is seperated even in lines to get food. Women live under mens control. They aren't allowed to drive, show off their beauty, interact with men and compete freely in sports.
Even in 2017 women are being payed less just because theyre a women. Utah ranks 2nd worst state when it comes to equality on average women earning 67 cents for every dollar paid to men.
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