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Discrimination is a word which can be applied to a multitude of life-learned situations for it is arguably a part of human nature to discriminate Whether it is the color of ones skin judgement pertaining to the aesthetic value of ones countenance or the type of jeans one wears it is something that reasonably every human being has displayed or encountered And according to a majority of the population there is no better setting for discrimination than when pertaining to that of sex Men and woman will undoubtedly be engaged in a timeless argument of which sex is better which is more qualified for the job which is more athletic which is more responsible The list of quarrels is apparently infinite and the battle for equality of sex will presumably go on forever It has been my candid observation that woman though progressively through the past few decades have gained respect and equality are continuously discriminated against and offended Often this degree accelerates to the point of agitation By a scale of proportionality women are whistled at far more than men are by them they are gazed at and beckoned to by men on the street perpetually And also they are advanced upon a reasonably numerous rate higher than men are But nevertheless they are looked at and held on a higher scale of beauty than the converse of the situation Perhaps this is because femininity according to a majority of the population is considered more aesthetically pleasing than masculinity Then if this is a fact perhaps the conjectures surrounding my opinion are insignificant but from a womans perspective more specifically one who has been discriminated against they most reasonably are significant for a sexual advance plausibly begins
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