Google Definition of
Equality- the state of
being equal, especially in
status, rights, and
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When a man says you
can’t do that because
you are a girl.
When a group of girls
laugh at a guy
because how he’s
sensitive and cries at
Problems in 3rd world
Some problems in 3rd world countries is
Corruption, poverty, war, hunger, healthcare,
education, safety, and lack of money.
While the problem mostly affects girls, many boys
are also affected.
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In the U.S.A
In the USA, women get paid less.
This may be because they don’t know
how to ask for fair pay or because an
employer thinks that a man can do it
better than a woman.
5 reasons of
Wilson, Julie. “5 Top Issues Fueling
Gender Inequality in the Workplace.”
As You Sow, As You Sow, 25 Feb.
1. Unequal pay:
For decades, women
have earned more
master’s degrees, and
doctorate degrees than
men. Yet women in the
U.S. workforce still earn
less than their male
2. Sexual harassment: A survey conducted in
January 2018 by the nonprofit Stop Street
Harassment found 38%of women have
experienced sexual harassment in the workplace,
and 81% reported experiencing some form of
sexual harassment in their lifetime, including verbal
or physical assault.
3. Sexism: Women’s Policy Research found that
Asian women have the highest median annual
earnings and are compensated $46,000 per year.
White women follow at $40,000, while Native
American and Hispanic women have the lowest
pay, earning $31,000 and $28,000 per year.
4. Women are promoted less often than
men: Women make up less than 5 percent of
CEOs and less than 10 percent of women are
5. Fear of asking to be paid what you’re
worth: For women, negotiating pay is often
viewed as being greedy or desperate, which
leads to hesitation when it comes to asking
for their worth in the workplace.
5 reasons of
“9 Key Issues Affecting Girls and Women
around the World.” Global Citizen,
1. Access to Education: UNESCO
found that 31 million girls of elementary
school age were not in school, and about
1 of every 4 young women in developing
countries had never completed their
2. Employment Opportunities
A survey conducted in January 2018 by the
nonprofit Stop Street Harassment found 38%of
women have experienced sexual harassment in the
workplace, and 81% reported experiencing some
form of sexual harassment in their lifetime,
including verbal or physical assault.
3. Child Marriage/Tradition
Whether it’s domestic abuse, rape, or sexual
trafficking, gender-based violence denies far too
many women the opportunity to live happy, healthy,
and fulfilling lives.
4. Healthcare : 225 million women
in developing countries have unmet
family planning services. This
contributes to 74 million unplanned
pregnancies and 36 million
abortions every year
Approximately 140 million girls will
become child brides between 2011 and
Girls who marry before age 18 are
typically denied an education
The Solutions ….
1. Talk to women and girls: Make sure women and girls’
voices are heard and promoted in global and national decision-making.
Women also should not bash other women. Girl bashing should stop. It
is not good for anyone.
Leach, Anna. “12 Steps to Achieve Gender Equality in Our Lifetimes.”
The Guardian, Guardian News and Media, 14 Mar. 2016,
2. Make education gender sensitive:Make sure textbooks and
curriculum promote positive stereotypes for both genders.
3. Empower parents: Establish parental rights that are equal for men
and women. Paternity and maternity leave exist in countries like Sweden that treat
4. Give proper value to ‘women’s work’: Equal pay based on
skill, education and what someone brings to the workplace. Pay should not be
based on gender.
5. Work together: If we want change, everyone must do their part. Our
government, the people and our communities.