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Gender inequality is amongst us all in any given society Although gender is not as simple as may seem Gender comes into play along with a number of different aspects such as sex gender and gender roles Each of these aspects play a significant part when speaking of the different social problems While it is true men and womens roles in the workplace are becoming closer in equality there is still a great amount of room for improvement For example woman in upper management should receive the same amount of pay as her male coworker receives for the same job From a female perspective I would say she deserves more pay than the male because chances are she still has to go home prepare dinner sit down and help both her children with their nightly homework and work up a presentation she needs to give at this weeks PTA meeting However I am not seriously asking for more pay on the job just because I am a woman but it would be nice to know that we at least received the same pay for the same job CONCLUSION In our society gender roles are present but I feel they are not beneficial to either sex Women are portrayed as physically weaker but that is because as a general rule they are physically weaker It is not so much an evil conspiracy by the man but an observation of an obvious fact It has been proven that gender roles are not something that society determines but that nature determines A 1997 Time Magazine story illustrates this point John was born a normal baby boy however in a tragic accident his penis was damaged beyond repair by a circumcision that went wrong The parents then decided the childs best shot at normal life was as an anatomically correct woman and therefore the baby was castrated Gorman 1997
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