The Issue Of Women 's Rights

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Women 's rights have been a topic of debate for many years. Over many decades, the issues of women’s rights has continued to change. Equality is a term that many use when speaking of women’s rights. Equality in this text referees that both men and women should have equal treatment in all areas of life. Despite that it has gotten better is some areas, we still have many areas that need a lot of work. Women continue to be at a disadvantage in many different areas of our society. Inequality because of a person’s gender causes problems among the sexes. Going back to the passing of the 19th Amendment of the Constitution of the United States in 1920, which gave women the right to vote. Are women treated equally in 2016, or if not what areas still need to be addressed. Are women treated differently than men in society in regards to pay in the workplace and voting? Many have studied to see if women 's equality has improved over the years, and most would agree that yes it has improved. But there are studies that show that there is still room for much improvement. The ethical issues are huge within this subject. Societies have moral codes that teach people how they should behave, and what is right or wrong. With this being said the way women are treated should be equal to men because it is what is ethically correct. Every society makes decisions based on what we have been taught, so we must teach those coming after us that women should be treated equal to male counterparts. There
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