Men or women?
Men: give your best argument for why you think they have it worse.
Example: today women make more money than men and have more jobs. (Most sources at least claim women have 51% of income.)
Women: please do the same.
Example (the media portrays women still as sex objects.)
_although I think this is a bad example since most men would KILL themselves to be thought as a sex object, so please come up with a better one, or why you think its still valid.
developed countries have the most population therefore more women make more than men.
Of the more than 1,400 women surveyed -- 40 percent of whom were single or divorced -- 53 percent were the breadwinners in their households. Nearly a quarter of married women surveyed said they earned more money than their husbands. (Hat tip: Wall Street Journal)
The Time story follows on a run of coverage looking at the rise of women in the workplace. Earlier this year, BusinessWeek ran a cover story about the increase in stay-at-home fathers. Reporter Carol Hymowitz pointed out that some 23 percent of wives now out-earn their husbands. "Women 30 and under make more money, on average, than their male counterparts in all but three of the largest cities in the U.S.,"
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Men have higher unemployment rates, higher suicide rates, higher incarceration rates, lower high school graduation rates, lower college acceptance rates, lower college completion rates, they are more likely to be victims of violence, more likely to be addicted to controlled substances, more likely to die in car accidents, more likely to be portrayed as idiots in mass media, more likely to be diagnosed with a "learning disorder" and put on drugs to alter their behavior, and more likely to be told to just accept their fate and conform to tradition gender roles that forces them to sacrifice their safety, their wealth, their well-being, and even their life for the safety and comfort of women.
It is pretty obvious to anyone that isn't biased (a category that excludes most women, as they are brainwashed into thinking that the odds are stacked against them somehow) that men get the short end of the stick in many VERY important areas.2