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Throughout history equal rights has always been a major issue in the United States and around the world People have fought and even died to protect their rights and the rights of others in this country Most people assume that colored citizens are the only ones that are affected by the lack of equal rights but thats not true Women have been discriminated against since the beginning time but in present day that is greatly diminishingToday women and men do have equal rights by law and that only holds aloft in the court houses On the streets women have to deal with a different story every day of their lives No matter where a woman goes she feels like she is inferior to most men Men have always been the manipulate sex that is a proven fact but women should not have to feel that way at all Due to their sex women have always been deprived of many things that they have worked hard for all their lives such as jobs education government funding and aid salary and privileges I am sure that is not all but it is many of the main necessities of living in this countryIn my opinion I have always felt that women and men should have equal rights We are both human we both cry and we both bleed There is no reason why women should have fewer rights in this country or any where else There are many women that are capable of completing any job a man could accomplish and sometimes even doing better Women are more compassionate and express their feelings more openly then men do I think that would be a key asset in large business they would feel bad for us men and we would have a better opportunity for receiving a job Women also have a lot more patience I know it is not true all the time but most of the females
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