As we grope our lives struggling with pains, we never seem to realize that half of the world is in chains. So much inequality with this society to blame it's time to destroy the burden of this white, male world. How many more lives will be wasted before we all start to see that this egalitarian society's roots are mixed in hypocrisy. There can be excuses for women's subordinated role no more. What sexism destroys will be the loss of the word for sure. From birth a girl’s expectationis are lowered by the constant aberrations which render scars on her mind until her death. In school she is taught to behave, inferior to her peers, while she watches the world from her glass cage. Maturity brings no relief as an object she becomes, thought of as unthinking and compliant to the appetite of all. The world’s disrespect for her body and her mind stand as the final sign that it is time for this system to fall. Women are not sexual objects. It’s time to learn. I am a human being that just happens to be male. That gives me no right to degrade those that happen to be female, because before male and before female there is only human. Anatomical differences, individual separateness, but we are equal. We are equal.


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