Personally i think girls have a advantage in the social world think about stuff like : you can't hit her back becuase she is a girl, guys have to pay for a date etc
While guys have thr advantage on the working area while this difference is very slim it is present, but at work the social part is still there
So do you think there should be :
- man and woman are different there should be differencesVote A
- equality is fine like it is right nowVote B
- only equality on working ereaVote C
- only equality on social areaVote D
- full equalityVote E
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There will always be differences between the genders. I just feel certain ones are ok and certain ones are not. Plus, every person's definition of "equality" is totally different.
Right now, the laws are definitely biased against men. Men constantly losing child custody cases to toxic women who poison their kids against their dads... while courts make it worst getting retardedly picky on visitation... if even granted. Many states do not monitor child support expenses. Many women are getting pregnant off of rich men for child support and finding out their checks weren't even being spent on their children. Many women teachers are being busted with sexual activity to their underage students and getting stupid sentences of like... 30 days custody, whereas a guy would get ridiculous years in prison. Many men are afraid to even pursue teaching thanks to stuff like this.
The other thing I find silly is this chivalry nonsense. Luckily women I meet expect to be treated as equals. I don't care how many girls hate me because the mature women sure do not. If you want equality, chivalry's not staying. I don't call treating people like human beings chivalry. Chivalry turned into pampering women and assuming they are too lazy to open a car door but somehow making it look like a respectful act. If a girl expects this kind of treatment, she has never entered womanhood. You can't expect to have a career and a house and all that stuff if you're too lazy to open a door yourself. Holding the door open is just a common courtesy when you're nearby and don't want it slamming in someone's face. Expecting it like royal treatment is just pathetic.8