Sure the "pink-tax" is a real phenomena but its not actually a tax but in regards to the pricing of goods.
Its related.In one case, men pay less for the exact same shampoo, compared to women.In her questions, its about people who profit of the same government programs, but pay way less taxes.And by the way, if the sarcasm was not obvious:The pink tax is nonsense, because a) these shampoos have different ingredients and b) women are allowed to use mens shampoos, they just choose to buy the more fancy and more expensive stuff.
The tax is not the price of a product but the burden on society to uphold the current government and policies.As for the pink tax its very much a real thing and trying to argue that women should just buy mens shampoo if its better priced is not compatible with reality. It would be like arguing that tourist traps such as 0% commission currency exchange places do not exists because the tourists could just use the same services natives use yet clearly they do still exist:Now back to taxes as a burden as opposed to a product. If 100 people were tasked to pull a large stone for the benefit of everyone involved would you honestly argue that they should pull it based on how much they would gain as opposed to how strong they are?
Tourists should indeed use regular changing services, but these "tourist traps" as you call them, are just used because they take advantage on people having no clue on what they are doing in foreign places.Yes, thats what I would suggest. Because its not the fault of strong people for being strong. You should never punish someone for being strong, because it encourages people to stay weak.Become stronger, be better, strive for your goals - without getting punished for it.
Ever considered that pink tax were companies taking advantage of women and that they might not enjoy it?Also pulling the stone is not a punishment, its a duty.
Companies only care about money, they dont care about the biological sex of their customers. They set the price to whatever works best to gain the most profit.And yes, it is a punishment to ask someone to push twice as hard, just because that person happens to have twice the muscle mass.
True companies only care about profit and it just so happens that one gender has a lot higher expectations put on them on their appearance and hygiene so companies in these areas see it as an opportunity to scam their customers.It is not a punishment to pay taxes and besides you do not even have to if you renounce your citizenship. I mean its pretty clear that you dont really care that much about your country.
First of all, I am not a US citizen and taxes work different in Europe.We do not pay taxes once a year, we pay them constantly, on everything and once a year we can claim a refund, which is great.And secondly: so its society's fault, that women have to spend all their money in hygiene products. Okay, but thats also not the company's fault.
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