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Do you feel that gender discrimination is still there in 21st century? People say that the world is male-dominated. Is that true? In many areas, rules are still forced upon girls. I recently read an article about a village which prevents girls from using mobile phones. What should we do to stop this? Does gender discrimination still exist?
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Since it a known fact that women make less than their male counterparts in first world countries it be silly to say no. I'm not even going to get into how women are treated in other countries because it sickens me.

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"-Allie-" wrote:

Since it a known fact that women make less than their male counterparts in first world countries it be silly to say no. I'm not even going to get into how women are treated in other countries because it sickens me.


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i agree with Allie (:


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It still exists. There is discrimination everywhere. Sometimes, it's more obvious, like the way women are treated in some third-world countries and sometimes different cultures and religions. They are also paid less e.t.c.
Sometimes it's less obvious. Both men and women are victims, not just women. Discrimination against men is less obvious because it's not as big and people never seem to focus on it but it happens too. Gender discrimination still exists and it's horrible.   Frustrated


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Sure there's discrimination in the 21st century. In many parts of the world, women still do not have rights. That's why there are a lot of, and even a need for more organizations advocating for women and youth. However on the flip side of that, I've also heard about cases where men have been discriminated against. In some cases feminism has gone too far, it seems. I think we're more likely to have less of the gender inequality issues when we stop trying to push women to be superior, but when we just ask for equality among everyone.

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"-Allie-" wrote:

Since it a known fact that women make less than their male counterparts in first world countries it be silly to say no. I'm not even going to get into how women are treated in other countries because it sickens me.

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Sure there's discrimination in the 21st century. In many parts of the world, women still do not have rights. That's why there are a lot of, and even a need for more organizations advocating for women and youth. However on the flip side of that, I've also heard about cases where men have been discriminated against. In some cases feminism has gone too far, it seems. I think we're more likely to have less of the gender inequality issues when we stop trying to push women to be superior, but when we just ask for equality among everyone.



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"-Allie-" wrote:

Since it a known fact that women make less than their male counterparts in first world countries it be silly to say no. I'm not even going to get into how women are treated in other countries because it sickens me.

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it exists. simple answer. lol

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