Under the leadership of Melinda Gates, the organization Equality Can't Wait has asserted that it will be 208 years before women achieve true equality in the United States. Vox Creative has created a series of videos arguing as such. In this video, I debunk the ridiculous assertions made in their video, "Why is gender equality 208 years away in the U.S.?"
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Nicely done as usual! Honestly, one easy example I can think of to show female head of states are not a proper metric of overall female (or human in general) well-being is Pakistan. I highly doubt I would be able to stand being in that type of environment for even a week, let alone if I were a woman forced under that rigid standard by their ruling class. Why the feminists of today would rather search the US for microcosms of sexism when nations like that in the Middle/Near East and Northern Africa tend to have far worse conditions for women than most anywhere else in the world honestly shows the Marxist-esque mentality of those types even more.
(2/2) They chose the female candidate 37 times--75.5% of the time!
Maybe the problem ISN'T the voters.
The whole "women aren't elected as much therefore sexism" canard doesn't hold when you consider the fact that voters only get to choose from the choices given to them. In my home state of North Carolina, the backwards red state full of ignorant toothless inbred hayseeds who hate blacks and think women should be pregnant in the kitchen etc., between 2000 and 2016 there were 49 statewide races where voters were given a choice between one male and one female candidate. (1/2)
To add onto the increased maternal mortality rate, there has been a recent surge of women getting c-sections, even if they aren't required of which had caused a notable increase in deadly post-operation complications. One high-profile case was when Serena Williams had her child last year.