Gender Inequality Against Women 's Rights

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Many people who are against the support for help benefit women in becoming equal argue, women don 't provide a proper education level, women are not are mentally stable, or they are not physically compatible with men. Gender inequalities have been an issue women faces for many generations. Women have been treated as homemakers and are told to aid the men and children. As a woman, we are strong, wise, and can do anything a man can do. Some women, such as athlete can do it better. Today 's society has changed over the past few years, women have become single parents, laws are being looped by big businesses. People have passed down gender inequality against women from learned behavior, religious values, political and government backgrounds, and hold biased views on single-partner households. Our sex should not determine how we should be treated or looked at; if we are capable of doing similar tasks that men do, why should men stop us? History of gender Inequality The existence of the pay gap was used to help favor the males when it came to rights, wealth, freedom, and marriage. Gender Inequality is defined as" the disparity in status, power, and prestige between people who identify as men and women" (Ferro, 1). Before sailing to America, Native Americans would have women preserve and harvest and men hunt and gather. Native Women were seen as the backbone of living and serving. Women made tools and weapons out of animal bone, which was absolutely necessary for everyone 's ' survival. Not only was there medicine men in the tribes but there were medicine women as well ("Native American women ", p. 3). The titles people used to separate men from female cultivated from Europe during the discovery and colonization of the U.S. In England... ... middle of paper ... ...the Secretary of Defense was able to override and allow women the right to engage in combat. I believe the government will make things equivalent for women and men when it either benefits the government or when the government has the right amount of people to help make the actions possible. Gender inequality was created within one’s religion and evolved over time. Its process was adapted from England during the voyage to Newfoundland. After colonization the roles of women were interpreted to their children and are pasted down from generation to generation. People have passed down gender inequality against women from learned behavior, religious values, political and government backgrounds, and hold biased views on single-partner households. Gender inequality is a concept that cannot change for the better, it is our responsibility to improve and better our country
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