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EQUALITY by HopeSwings777 EQUALITY by HopeSwings777
"I want equal pay for equal work." 

No more double standard for workers according to the worker's sex. Is that asking too much?  

Apparently, thus far, yes. Yes it is asking too much of the men around me, the society I'm a part of, the times I live in. It's an impossibility. For what other reason could there be for a gap between what women earn for a job and what men earn for the same job NOW, in the 21st century!? Must men always be forced into doing the right thing? Can they never see what's right and change their actions accordingly?  Life is unfair enough already without a pay gap too!

Love women? Respect women? Show it! End blatant sexism!

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TotallyDeviantLisa Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Equal pay sure makes sense Hope. :)
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ZachValkyrie Featured By Owner May 12, 2015  Professional Writer
The only legitimate complaints related to the wage gap myth is the minimum wage (which cannot be effectively raised unless there is a corresponding decrease in executive compensation to prevent rampant inflation) and the lack of federally guaranteed paid leave for new parents (The US is one of only two countries which still doesn't guarantee it). Beyond those factors, the Wage Gap myth is the product of (deliberately) misleading statistics.
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kumanoyume Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The wage gap is a myth created by radical feminists. 
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Akhenamen Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2014
Some say there is a wage gap and others say there isn't. If there is a wage gap, then something has to be done about it.
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KALMASIS Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2014
Actually, no. The wage gap exists. At least in Texas.
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ExplosiveSquid Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2014
Real convincing argument you put forward there!

In any case, even if that were true, that's a problem with Texas, not gender equality in general. 
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