I believe that our society is basking in a women power moment that doesn’t exist. It’s a mirage of equality that we’ve been talked into believing is the real thing. But in reality women’s right in this country aren’t quite accomplished.
Because despite the indisputable gains over the years, women are still being raped, trafficked, violated and discriminated against, not just in the rest of the world, but here in the United States. And even though feminists continue to fight gender injustices, most people seem to think that outside of a few battles, the work of the women’s movement is done.
It’s time to stop fooling ourselves.women in this country aren’t doing nearly as well as we’d like to think, and we should all be aware of that. On average, women earn significantly less than men, according to goverment data. Fewer women stay in the work force long enough to attain top-earning positions. Many who do stay say that social pressures, and their employers, make it tough for them to advance.
This is problem for many developed nations. Despite women having more opportunities, there’s still social pressure for women to be wives and mothers. O