In accordance with the White House, full-time working women earn 77% of what their male counterparts earn. Ultimately, this implies that women must work an additional 3 months in order to earn what men did in the previous year. This pin acts as a visual display for the multiple ways in which women are discriminated against for simply gender. In a world where women are beginning to rely less on men for financial prospects, we should strive towards pay equity. This step is claims making.
When Sex Ed Discusses Gender Inequality, Sex Gets Safer
I pinned this because I feel like there is a double standard in the body image debate. When focusing on this topic I found plenty of articles about women, yet only a few about men. Men are also struggling with body image yet on the internet and news you can barely find anything about men suffering from this. Men have insecurities too, even though they are less likely to show it.
Gender equality in film does not exist. The charts in this article show it all: 80.5% of characters who are shown working are men, along with 70.8% of speaking characters. These gender stereotypes are even perpetuated in G-rated films, such as Meet The Robinsons, exposing young children to such stereotypes.
81% of all quotations in articles on abortion in major American newspapers are by men. That is a large percentage for 0% of them not being the one to experience the child carrying life event. This is a way that men are dominating women, taking away they voices and giving inaccurate representations of abortions. Also, since women are not often allowed in positions to write and give opinions, that is probably why 81% of the quotations are written by men. FINDINGS