- Women have had already achieved it, and now, they are trying to be superior to men.
- Yes, women of the world have achieved equality.
- No, there's still a long way to go.
- I refuse to participate in the poll.
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Drunk woman kills two pedestrians: sentenced to time served and alcohol rehab.
Black man exonerated of rape charge after 3 years imprisoned via DNA evidence that he had to appeal for over a decade after it became available to have taken: compensated $75. His false accuser faced no punishment.
Teen girl throws baby out her second story bedroom window, killing it. Sentenced to therapy, paid for by the taxpayer, 200 hours community service, I'm not kidding, disallowed from having a Facebook account until she is 18.
Millions of women abort babies without being required to have consent from the father: legal and taxpayer funded.
One guy disagrees with keeping the baby and induces abortion in the woman he got pregnant with abortifacent pill: serving 13 year sentence.
Those are just some news high lights from recent years of the top of my head.
Women havn't achieved equality, they've achieved legal supremacy.
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In the Western world, yes. But there are still many women in third world countries that are far from the equality we have.