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A question for International Women Day
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PaulB

A question for International Women Day 6 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
When it comes to pay, do women want equally with the men who are payed less then them, or does it only apply when men are payed more?
 
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In The Know

Re:A question for International Women Day 6 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
What is an International Woman?

Is it someone with a French father and a German mother?
 
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Re:A question for International Women Day 6 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
PaulB wrote:
When it comes to pay, do women want equally with the men who are payed less then them, or does it only apply when men are payed more?

Well, I havent heard any women complain about their retirement age being raised instead of men's being lowered, and its much the same thing.
 
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Ignorance

Re:A question for International Women Day 6 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Well, I havent heard any women complain about their retirement age being raised instead of men's being lowered, and its much the same thing.

Firstly, it's not the same thing because the pay gap is a myth to begin with, and women are paid far more than men in many jobs (such as modelling) and nobody ever complains about that. Secondly, personally I've heard many women complain about mere proposals that their retirement age being raised and in fact it's contributed the absurd myth of the 'war on women' that influences politicians and elections (no politician in today's world can ignore the female vote, while there is no such thing as a 'male vote'). Women demand equality when it suits them, and when it doesn't it's a 'war on women'.
 
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Jo

Re:A question for International Women Day 6 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
honey!oh sugar sugar. wrote:
PaulB wrote:
When it comes to pay, do women want equally with the men who are payed less then them, or does it only apply when men are payed more?

Well, I havent heard any women complain about their retirement age being raised instead of men's being lowered, and its much the same thing.


Really?

www.waspi.co.uk
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women_Against_State_Pension_Inequality
 
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