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Why Im Glad to be a Man For many years women have been discriminated in the workplace in the home and in society in general For this reason it is easier and more acceptable to be of the male race Men have it easier in regards to safety at work and during life as a whole First of all women are more susceptible to crime In statistics from the US Department of Justice women especially teenage girls are among the most frequent victims of sexual assault According to the University of Texas 1 out of 3 women will be a victim of sexual assault TCLEOSE Men are less likely to be targeted in such crimes because they are for the most part much larger and stronger than women are This simple fact makes women perfect targets for crime Men are respected more in the workplace than women tend to be and have more opportunities There are very few cases where a man filed a lawsuit against an employer for sexual harassment Men can go to work and be judged by the work that they do where as women on the other hand always claim that they are being harassed to the point they feel so uncomfortable they cant do their jobs Another easy way to see there is discrimination in the workplace is to look at who holds the top employment positions in most of the worlds major companies Almost all are held by men Why hasnt a women been president They rarely even get asked to run Salaries are yet another example of how much harder it is to be a woman in the workforce Working women on average make only 74 cents for every dollar earned by their male counterparts AFL-CIO It is much easier for men to get jobs receive promotions and make more money than women Lastly women go through many changes that men do not
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