Women must occupy 50% or more of all desirable jobs in this world, decided the United Nations. But islamic sensibilities must be respected.
Women’s Rights in Review, 25 years after Beijing takes stock of how the landmark gender equality plan, the Beijing Platform for Action, is being implemented and calls for greater parity and justice. [Source: un.org]
Why is greater parity equal to justice? Because we have equality dogma, that
sexes “genders” are equal. And the #PCGagOrder that punishes those who dare mention any flaws and failures of the female “minority” (a minority with over 51% of the population). See our Men’s Rights & Feminism (132)
The report finds faltering progress and notes that hard-won advances are being reversed by rampant inequality, climate change, conflict and exclusionary politics.
Why is hiring female firefighters1 and policewomen a “progress”? By changing the physical entrance test requirements, Their physical weakness costs lives2. Wait, there is more! This article continues! Continue reading “International Women’s Day: progress on gender equality remains slow. Thankfully!” »
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