Are women really equal in America?
Do they have the same opportunity to make it like a man?
In San Francisco they do.......................................................
Women since time began, have been second class to men..however..these days it appears women are gaining in the game of life..it has taken very strong women over the years to make a difference and many times it had to be to the extreme.
There seems to be a reversal in roles women have careers ,men stay home, whether children are involved or not. Which brings me to , will men raising the children make a difference..we won't know the answer for years...
Women in America are more equal than other countries...glad I live here...
by SteveoMc6 years ago
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by Amazon Berry7 years ago
How well women knows about pearl? Do they take any pearl? or they have specific type of pearl in their mind like Black Tahitian Pearl Earrings?
by Metalhead9367 years ago
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by Rodric Johnson4 years ago
Do women really like tall, dark and muscular men?So many guys are out there trying to beef up in the gym for that cute young thing, but do they really like hard bodies?
by shazwellyn7 years ago
I've just completed a hub on what valentines day gifts for what women really want. Looking into a man's perspective, I don't think they really have a clue! So, thought that a discussion on this would be...
by CWanamaker6 years ago
Is there really a such thing as equality?Is equality just a concept, or is it really possible?
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