10i2 - Are Men and Women Treated equally? - Coggle Diagram
10i2 - Are Men and Women Treated equally?
Yes, men and women are treated equally because.....
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No, men and women are NOT treated equally because....
For Black, Latina, and women of color, the pay gap is even worse.
Workplace sexual harassment is so common that it directly contributes to the wage gap.
Women make less money than their male counterparts.
Corporate hiring processes put women at a systemic disadvantage
Women pay more for common household items than men do.
In developing countries, governments still have no rules protected women rights and needs
There're still fogy laws which limited women's choice and freedom
They are pay differently while doing the same job
Men has more choices choosing their career
women give birth, take care of kids, must know and do housework while men go to work then come back home and relax or sometimes they hang out for drink with their coworker and women stay home wait to open the door for them
Many people still believe that men are better leaders and women should only take care of children and do housework, considering men as the main breadwinner in the family and just a parasite.
What I'm saying is that women and men are different(obviously),if you agree with that statement you have to accept the fact that men have their responsibilities and rights and women have theirs too,of course they have some in common,but it will still always be different,not only biologicaly but also psychologically.
"Modern feminism hasn't really discussed important issues such as how women are treated in the Middle East,it's impact is more toxic than helpful,besides that,feminism is said to drive to equality but all it has been doing for a while now is only talk about issues that women have."
Although, in my opinion, we have progressed with the way we treat gender it hasn’t come to a point where gender and society co-exist peacefully. Women are still underpaid, transphobia exists and so does toxic ‘masculinity’. So to answer this question, it hasn’t, not really.
Women are often beaten and tortured
in social media
Many girls have had their personal images leaked on Facebook and have been abused and despised as a result.
in the school environment
Each year in Vietnam has more 1200 children sexually assaulted, according Ministry of Health
Women play a crucial role in development economic and grow up their child but they never get a deserving award.
gender inequality in agriculture.
a new survey recently said that 65% woman in Asia said that they have experienced gender inequality in agriculture.
most economies give women only ¾ the rights of men. Studies show that if employment became a more even playing field, it has a positive domino effect on other areas prone to gender inequality.
Women take on the primary responsibility for unpaid labor, so even as they participate in the paid workforce, they have extra work that never gets recognized financially.
Around the world, women still have less access to education than men. ¼ of young women between 15-24 will not finish primary school. Of all the illiterate people in the world, ⅔ are women.
In addition to limited access to contraception, women overall receive lower-quality medical care than men.This is linked to other gender inequality reasons such as a lack of education and job opportunities, which results in more women being in poverty.
According to research from the World Bank, over one billion women don’t have legal protection against domestic sexual violence or domestic economic violence.
Women have to give birth, take care of children, do housework, and men just come home from work and think that women stay at home and do nothing and just spend the man's money.
Most women are often beaten and tortured by men
Women are often underestimated about making money, they always think that men are the ones who make money and without them because women do not have money to live.
who are making women pregnant and forcing them to have abortions, and this has affected when the woman may not be able to have children later and affects her health.
Common home products cost more for women than for males.
Women have to pay for most of the household items such as shampoo, cooking spices, food, etc. Men just go to work and they don't pay for those things.
Women make less money than their male counterparts.
Corporate hiring processes put women at a systemic disadvantage.
Many families still carry the idea that they must have a son to continue the family line, the son is the heir to the property, someone "supports a stick" so they have to find a way to have a son at all costs.
Women are still undervalued in the labor market and do not benefit from economic growth equally compared to men.
Many families in Vietnam still have self-respect for men and despise women and they deeply despise girls and women. Boys always have more rights than girls. Female just need to cooking, cleaning. housework also mainly teaches girls to do.
still affected by patriarchal feudal thought along with the slow change of social consciousness and almost men have not changed their concept of the mainstay of the family.
Many mothers even have abortions when they find out that their baby is a girl
Does Society Treat Men and Women Equally?
Gallup poll: Four-in-ten say society generally treats men and women equally. A slightly larger share (45%) says society favors men over women. Attitudes have changed considerably over the past 20 years on this issue. Men are more likely than women to say society is biased in favor of men
Equal Pay for Equal Work?
55% of adults say men generally earn more than women for the same work. A minority of 38% say men and women earn the same amount of money. The perception that there's a wage gap in favor of men was much more widespread 30 years ago.
Do Women Have an Equal Shot at Top Executive Jobs?
Catalyst research shows that women are underrepresented at the top levels of American business and politics. 46% of all adults say it's easier for men to get top executive jobs, and 43% say gender doesn't make a difference. Views on this issue have changed significantly in recent decades. 54% of women say it's easier for men to get top jobs in business and government. Among men, 38% say there isn't much difference between the two. College-educated adults are more likely than those without a four-year college degree to say men have an advantage.
still influenced by ancient ideas and customs of respecting men and disrespecting women. Men are considered strong, and women are weaker, so the head of the family is always a man.
Women make less money than their male counterparts. Although the pay gap is narrowing, women in the U.S. working full- and part-time make 79 percent of what their male counterparts earn, according to the The National Partnership for Women and Families.
Women still shoulder more of the household burden. Forbes reported that 54 percent of women take maternity leave, while just 42 percent of men take time away from their jobs. Additionally, women are taking 10 times as much temporary leave to be with their newborns than men do, often saddling them with additional financial burdens.
Women are underrepresented in government. Although women make up nearly 51 percent of the U.S. population, only 27 percent of Congress is comprised of women.
Housework is done by women. Many people believe that men are the breadwinners of the family, so they only do big jobs; men doing chores will lose face with family members, friends, neighbors; while women do housework better than men;
Men are more likely to receive higher salaries and raises than women in the same position.
Women were also more likely to apply for, and accept, lower-paying jobs than men with the same skill level. For instance, only 7 percent of women tried to negotiate their salary when applying for a job.
Women do most of the caregiving
Upwards of 75 per cent of unpaid caregivers—mostly to children or elderly relatives—are women, and women spend as much as 50 percent more time providing care than males..
Ladies are always on dish duty
Women of all ages still tend to do more household chores than their male partners. A study published found that women do around 16 hours of household chores every week, while men do closer to six.When both the man and woman were employed full time, the women were found to be five times more likely than men to spend at least 20 hours a week doing household chores.
Ethan- Why is the man always pressured in everything?
Take care of children
Go to work and earn money
Being forced to do housework
Wife take all salary
take care of health and age
women are farr more likely the victims of human trafficking
Women of all ages are more likely than men to live below the poverty line.
most people think women can do nothing except take care of children and do housework so everyone looks down on them.
Women give birth, care for their children, are knowledgeable, and do household chores. Men go to work and then go home to relax and sometimes go out drinking with colleagues. The woman stays at home and waits for the door to close. open
This situation is because the governing society allows women to work less and places heavy wages for housework on the shoulders of women.
The most recent data show that women earned 82 cents for every dollar men earn
Less than 24 percent of members of congress are women
There was a time when women couldn't vote, own property of serve in the military, nowadays there are still places apply these rules
Just 20 percent of CEOs are women
Female athletes in most sports earn less
until the international woman's day and valentine still exists and the sentence "hit a girl is wrong" there is no gender equality in this world