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It’s obvious that feminism is on the rise – Wear your feminist badge proudly!

Gender equality.


This is the cornerstone of our society. Gender equality is what makes us who we are, and it’s what we deserve—and it’s what we need to protect ourselves from a world that continues to let men run roughshod over women.

But when you’re a woman, how do you know if you’re being discriminated against? How do you know if your rights are being violated? How do you know when someone is perpetrating violence against your gender?

We’ve got the answers for you! Here are 5 ways to know if something might be wrong:

  • You feel like nothing ever goes right for you in life.
  • You’re tired all the time and can’t seem to get ahead at work or school.
  • You feel like no one takes advantage of your skills or puts in as much effort as they should help you succeed.
  • Someone has been trying to intimidate or bully you but won’t admit it openly.
  • They may try to pretend that they don’t notice what’s happening, but they also won’t take decisive action to stop it from happening again (or at least not right away).

This could be anything from saying

The world is changing and recognizing women’s rights and we’re finally seeing some progress on the issue of gender equality. But there’s still a long way to go before we reach full equality. Infact, you should read our article on Gender Bias too.

And that’s why it’s important for us to talk about it now—before the world gets any further behind us.

We are talking about Gender Equality for many years now, yet we’re hearing about it every day in our news feeds.

Stories about women being denied jobs because they were pregnant or had children at home;

The employers pay men more than women for doing the same amount of work.

Stories about women being harassed online and offline just because they have different beliefs than their male counterparts do;

Stories about how these discriminatory practices aren’t just limited to one country or another—they happen everywhere all the time.

It’s time we start looking at these issues differently and must not be swept under the rug or ignored. The world needs to know that these things are happening right now, so they can understand what needs to change next—and how they can help make those changes happen!

Gender equality is more than just a phrase. It’s a necessity that impacts every aspect of our lives, from the way we are treated by the people around us to how we view ourselves and our own worth.

We live in a society that has not been kind to women, and it shows up in all kinds of ways. We are often undervalued when it comes to leadership positions or being seen as good parents, and even when we do succeed at something important, we are often punished for doing so.

But as long as there is inequality like this going on, there is hope! There is always hope for change—and what better way to start than with yourself?

You have the power to change your life and the lives of those around you by showing them how much you value them; how much they matter; and how much better things could be if only everyone had equal rights.

The world is a patriarchal place. We know this, and we’re not even trying to deny it. But the truth is, things are getting better!

And we want to celebrate that. So we’re going to tell you about some of the ways that women are leading their own destinies and changing their own worlds for the better.

For instance, did you know that women are now more likely than men to work in STEM(Science, Technology, Engineering, Manufacturing) fields?

  • That women earn over 30% of all bachelor’s degrees in the US?
  • That women earn over 40% of all master’s degrees?
  • Or that women make up 47% of all doctorate holders in the US?

We’ve got books, articles, and websites galore on how these things happened—and what they mean for equality in our society. Please go ahead & find , be aware of your own identity & conquer!

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