With a long time brainstorming and researching, the most direct and useful way to get an absolute equality between male and female is to separate them to live, which means we divide Canada into two parts. Men live in eastern and women live in the western part. As male society, for example, men will publish their own parties, governments, laws and the independent society system, however, both sides have the same constitution because we are one country. There will not be seen any Canadian women in men 's area. A union need to be set between the two societies in a public area with both fifty men and women. It is used for deciding the positions throughout the whole Canada in the important international issues. Some people may doubt about the children 's problems. In order to keep the inheritance of human beings, Women need to bear the children. Men will product and send the frozen sperm by unmanned planes to women for artificial insemination to solve the problem of fertility. After the children one year old, women hand boys to men and men society pay to women for the boys ' first...
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...too many. I strongly recommend the congress pass this pill and implement it as soon as possible.
By the way, I need to emphasize to foreign readers that the plan is just adopt to Canada because this problem have brought lots of bad social effects and the huge spaces with a small population of Canada can make the plan more easily to carry out. There are many Islamic nations like Iran in the world which are totally patriarchal society. We need respect their religion.
Some people doubt about my proposal because I am just an international student in Canada. However, I am frank to tell you I am now studying in Canada and I am willing to emigrate from China to Canada if this plan is carried out. It is my honor to give opinions to help our country can get an absolute balance between two genders. Actually the most unfair treatments are about females, however, I am a man.
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