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Treatment of women around the world is a current world issue that has and still is a large issue in out society today For many centuries man has always been labeled as the superior sex Girls were brought up to be passive gentle and caring Their occupation was to cook clean and bear children with the occasional teacher or nurse Men were brought up to be dominating From birth they were dressed in unfeminine colours such as blue and red and had army men and cars thrust into their hands Women and men lived like this in many cultures for a long time Over time women in developed worlds began fighting for equal rights and now approaching a new millennium we have a new generation where boys can play with dolls and women can be lawyers Well as we all know not all stories have happy endings and this one is no exception This story does not have an ending only a beginning where women all over the world in very different countries are facing very similar problems-discrimination and a lack of human rights Even in our developed nations of Canada and the United States there are hundreds of cases of domestic violence where women and children are beaten and the perpetrator never punished Domestic Violence in Canada and North America is a very important issue Women who are beaten will stay with their partners for numerous reasons Some are afraid to leave due to financial dependency fear of their partner or willingness to believe their partner will change Some warning signs of an abusive lover are extreme jealousy - 1 - having to know where their partner is at all times having to isolate their partner from friends and family blames partner and others for his her problems and threatens with violence Many women are ignorant to the laws in Canada to govern them For Example a woman
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