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Vivian Heyl
Diana Watkins
Composition II 9:00 A.M. T-TH
19 August 2016
Discovering Human of Gender Equality
Jessica Neuwirth, one of the co-founders for Equal Now believes, as with all human
rights violations, breaking the silence is the first step. This quote speaks to me. Before
researching the subject, the mention of feminism stirred hatred and violence, which from my
perspective took away the value of its cause. Formerly, my thought was equality ensured less
value, and I was certain to suffer more discrimination. My discovery through research, not being
valueless, was at the cost of heroisms such as: Olga Benario-Prestes, and Rosa Kugelman, and
Malala Yousafzai. Maintaining human involvement of all citizens across the globe is necessary to
improve gender equality.
There are greater chances in maintaining human development and lifting gender equity
by trade openness. Linda Lindsey cited Sharp Right Turn Globalization and Gender Equality the
World Bank maintains that gender equity is a vital force in development. Linda Lindsey when
stating, transnational corporations do what they want in terms of labor and disconnect from
neoliberal globalization goals. A social and political governance counter many downfalls in
safety (Lindsey) and fair costs to the public in health initiative. Serving family sustainability
womens role economically continues in poverty. The family responsibilities and social norms
(qtd. in Lindsey9) are paid only through subcontracted work where basic rights are withheld.
The World Development Report states gender inequality will not go away on its own. The hidden
imbalance of gender equality only affirms the open need to be planted internationally.
However, in China efforts continue to bolster gender equality and modernization
(Lindsey). The cost benefit of gender equity is womens paid employment is normative
enabling a meteoric rise in status for China (Lindsey). Womens college graduation rates in
China have skyrocketed as a result (Lindsey). Discovering this I might try to generate

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sympathy from Womens Federations since college in the United States has become expensive.
Gender equality is working across the globe, involving all nations to improve gender equality is a
goal.
The hidden imbalance of gender equality only affirms the open need to be planted in
citizens around the globe. Addressing the infant mortality rates in gender equality inside a study
Gender Determinants of Vaccination Status in Children: Evidence from a Meta-Ethnographic
Systematic Review efforts by Merten, Hilber, Biaggi, Secula, Bosch-Capblanch, Namgyal. The
barrier of low social status of women on every level increased manifestation of
discriminants and access to immunization, education, and ability to making autonomous
decisions created points of obstruction (Merten, Hilber, Biaggi, Secula, Bosch-Capblanch,
Namgyal). In areas of greater gender discrimination there was not enough availability and
information to reach the under immunized (Merten, Hilber, Biaggi, Secula, Bosch-Capblanch,
Namgyal). One reason why female children were less likely to receive vaccines when taken by
female adult had to do with wifely duties expected of married women. Another cause had to do
with low status of females who took the children to receive immunizations, and yet a male child
would receive shots regardless of status. One might conclude from Merten, Hilber, Biaggi,
Secula, Bosch-Capblanch, Namgyal that the occurrence of immunizations resulted higher when a
male took the female child to receive vaccinations. Making gender equality stronger by involving
men and citizens across the globe.
The greatest support comes from a fathers involvement in gender equality. In Nikki Van
der Gaags Feminism & Men, she cites the involvement of men in campaigning for gender
equality is not new, although it has always been a minority of men (qtd. in Gaag 22). Malala
Yousafzai having support from her father on the basis of gender equality is one example of male
involvement. Secondary support for gender equality found in Los Angeles at the Fifth National

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Conference on Men and Masculinities noted: the womens movement is the best thing ever
happened for men (qtd. in Gaag 22). The greatest support comes from fathers who are helping
to raise their children as a third example of male involvement in gender equality. Men have
influence when it comes to gender equality because boys will follow their fathers example is the
mainstream idea behind Van der Gaags book. There is a strong need for involvement from men
and citizens across the globe to improve gender equality.
There is a strong evidence of greater gender equality when men become involved. A valor
of heroism such as Olga Benario-Prestes inspire a feminist role. This evidence served as a
reminder of womens suffrage and exclusion from rights.
Despite her own suffering, Olga carried out many acts that raised the women spirits and
worked to better their conditions. Her father, a Social Democrat and a volunteer attorney
for poor factory workers, taught Olga to have concern for the poor and oppressed. More
radical than her father, she joined the Communist youth organization in Munich at age
fifteen (Saidel).
The evidence lay hidden of the memorial of Olga Benario-Prestes, and Rosa Kugelmans
background because of political proprieties (Jacobs). Adding victory to the Jews and to gender
equality in setting up a memorial place in northeast Germany where anti-Semitism is dominant.
The involvement of all citizens across the globe is necessary to improve gender equality.
The involvement of gender equality inside the sacred iconography. Jacobs considers the
notion of men having menstrual cycles in the German memory of the Jewish ritual bath in
medieval times (Jacobs). The gothic personifications of female witches and feminized
Jewish males are tales read from Kristallnacht, which demonize the Jewish culture (Jacobs).
Within the context of Germanic Christian iconography, the memorials to Kristallnacht can be
read as a modern-day parable of the defeat of Jewish law and the disempowerment of the Jewish
God (Jacobs) Jacobs exposes the contortion of the female icon Synagoga (Jacobs). In long

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sight of the female iconic Synagoga, the question one might raise surrounding its destruction; did
women deserve this punishment? The involvement of gender equality in all lifestyles is
necessary.
In some lifestyles, feasibly gender inequality is too small to see from Leachs article Ten
reasons why gender pay differences dont prove discrimination by employers does not
sympathize. The first reason employers give after 1970 The Equal Pay Act, [the divide has
halved now looking at the median divide there is a gap that falls around the third making an
illustrative percentage of only] nineteen percent pay gap [between genders] (Leach). [The age
groups both] Mean, and median between ages starting from eighteen and ending with twentynine are less than one percent, (Leach) the second reason employers give to say they do not
discriminate. The third reason given by employers is that men who are single earn
significantly less than married men and this is not discrimination against single men (Leach).
Leachs article brings home the point women that are competing in economy, and in my opinion,
need protection of all rights in gender equality.
People working together across the globe to improve gender equality traits from Schalets
Not Under My Roof relates to gender equality of females sexual rights. Yet, the battle over
parent allowed sleepovers similar to found in reading from Schalets Not Under My Roof is
objectible to my standards. In the Dutch culture parent allowed sleepovers are thought to help
girls achieve sexual rights. In America the bias, is not under my roof. My argument would be that
my son is not having a parent allowed sleepover with his girlfriend. Opposing the view of
todays culture, parents need to set boundaries when it comes to sex. Schalet suggests that
Americans put religion into the equation not gender equality. Gaining trust as a female who is
looking into feminism, I find a need to safeguard sexual rights of females.
The equality of gender selection appears un-level inside a trust game. Discovering that
women are trusted more than men points from a journal co-written by Guillen and Slonim named

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Gender Selection Discrimination: Evidence from a Trust Game. Trying to gather evidence of
gender discrimination is like looking for the Invisible Man where discrimination is concealed
by an invisible suit. Guillen and Slonim do research a combination of two categories: taste and
ability, where gender based discrimination were under scrutiny. Guillen and Slonim inquiries
were in a laboratory where subjects were paid to participate in research and where participants
had been screened prior to inquiry. The treatment of women disclosed by Guillen and Slonim
drew the conclusion that women were entreated more with tips, directions, etc. The ability of
females upon hire played a small role not significant enough to weigh under close scrutiny for
gender selection discrimination. Men sympathized more because they felt females needed
assistance when it came to direction. The hidden imbalance of selection over gender only affirms
the open need for equality in all lifestyles.
The involvement in all lifestyles is necessary and a gain for gender equality. Engineering
is gendered is a threshold concept that Sally Male considers this experience. The under
representation of women [as an] influence [in] engineering professions [is a growing concern]
(Male). This is a missing opportunity in the profession of engineering (Male). The
threshold concept gives teachers the ability to recognize and transform teaching practice that
reside in gender stereotyping. Revising low status within the curriculum given to gendered
differences (Male). Revealing, lack of respect and acceptance given from team members
about gender equality (Male). Recognizing discrimination and minimizing its practice (Male).
Broadening the scope of future engineering education (Male). Accepting the idea Male
conveys about most women in engineer professions unconscientiously throw off a masculine
appeal. People working together across the globe to improve gender equality need include
engineering carriers.

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Human involvement of all citizens across the globe is necessary to improve gender
equality. As with all human rights violations, breaking the silence is the first step (Jessica
Neuwirth). Women like: Olga Benario-Prestes, Rosa Kugelman, and Malala Yousafzai have
suffered for the cause of gender equality. This evidence served as a reminder of womens
suffrage and exclusion from rights. Recounting works researched: Sharp Right Turn:
Globalization and Gender Equality by Lindsey, Gender Determinants of Vaccination Status in
Children: Evidence from a Meta-Ethnographic Systematic Review efforts by Merten, Hilber,
Biaggi, Secula, Bosch-Capblanch, Namgyal, Nikki Van der Gaags Feminism & Men, Jacobs,
Janet Liebman. Memorializing the Holocaust: Gender, Genocide, and Collective Memory,
Schalets Not Under My Roof, Guillen, Pablo. "Gender Selection Discrimination: Evidence
from a Trust Game." Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, and Engineering is
gendered is a threshold concept Sally Male. The discovery of gender equality created a wide
landscape of human involvement, lifestyle, education, health and science necessary to human
development. Can the world cooperate equally to both genders? Should events of genocide occur
and why? Should the earth become desolate from the creation of gender? Consider with me
these questions and recognize human involvement of all citizens across the globe is necessary to
improve gender equality.

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