Gender Discrimination

Individuals have likes and dislikes, and when one’s likes and dislikes are guided by the preferences of gender, then it is known as gender discrimination. Ezra Palmer says that discrimination means being rude and cruel to someone because he or she is different. Gender discrimination opposes the idea that the sexes should be treated equal and that this equality should be maintained by keeping the social orderliness appertaining to the values and traditions of cultures. Gender groups caught in the trap of poverty are often an object of discrimination. Gender discrimination further aggravates the lack of choices and opportunities for an individual, and it is a violation of human dignity. The gender disparities in economic power sharing have been a contributing factor to the poverty ...

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