Men and Women

10 double standards that still exist for women in the US

By Insider

The world has made incredible progress in shattering the glass ceiling and empowering women. But there’s still a long way to go.

This is by no means an exhaustive list of all of the double standards women still face, but here are 10 ways women are unfairly inconvenienced, shamed, and discriminated against just for being female in the US.


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  1. “Men are disproportionately praised for taking care of their children, whereas women are expected to be caregivers.” – Men are still expected to be the breadwinners. – “Women pay more for the same everyday items because of the “pink tax.”” – For what I remember reading, the difference in price between male products and female products exists because they are different products. – “Research shows that women who have had more sexual partners are stigmatized, but men are rewarded.” And people still calling you a virgin as an insult. – “Women may be more likely to die of a heart attack if they have a male doctor.” – There is more funding for research in cancers that are more prevalent in female than in males. This article was silly.

    • And she doesn’t even mention things such as lack for shelters for abused men or the fact that in somplaces made to panetrate is not consider rape. Why did you share this nonsense exactly?

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