TRIGGER ALERT! New Study Finds Men Are Discriminated Against More Than Women
Let’s talk about gender inequality.
Feminists and liberals are so dead set on the rhetoric that women are the most oppressed gender. The evidence says otherwise.
This is also supposedly largely part to the United States being a patriarchy.
In a new study published from the University of Essex and the University of Missouri-Columbia, men have it far rougher than women.
According to the study as reported by Daily Mail,
Women are better off in more countries than men are, a new study has found.
A method that assesses the forms of hardship and discrimination facing men and women has revealed males have it harder in 91 countries out of 134.
Women were disadvantaged in only 43.
The study looked at 6.8 billion people around the world and scientists developed a new way of measuring gender inequality.
The study also found that the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia all discriminate more against men than women. This is due in part to men receiving harsher punishments for the same crime, compulsory military service, and more occupation deaths than women. The last component is also because men fill most of the job roles that are more hazardous. Where you at women? Come do the dangerous jobs if you truly want equality of outcome.
And believe it or not, the nation that favored women over men the most was Saudi Arabi.
On the other side of the spectrum, Italy, Israel, and China all discriminated against women more than men.
Be sure to read this next part reported by The Daily Wire,
According to the study, women in underdeveloped countries like Chad faced the most hardships, which researchers say stemmed from lack of quality education. In the developed nations of the Western world (where feminists claim they are oppressed), women actually had the slight advantage.
“We’re not saying that women in highly developed countries are not experiencing disadvantages in some aspects of their lives,” said Professor Stoet. “What we are saying is that an ideal measure of gender equality is not biased to the disadvantages of either gender. Doing so, we find a different picture to the one commonly presented in the media.”
This sounds a lot like what Jordan Peterson has been saying all along.
The study was published in the journal Plos One, which is a scientific journal that has strict guidelines for publication and a rigorous peer review.
The study was conducted based on three elements: educational opportunities, healthy life expectancy, and overall life satisfaction.
If you’d like the read the entire study you can find it here.
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