Try the political quiz

210 Replies

 @ISIDEWITHasked…5mos5MO

What challenges do you foresee for the next generation when it comes to gender equality, and how might they overcome them?

 @9HXG2K9 from North Carolina answered…5mos5MO

I think that there are a lot of different ways that people are discriminated against for and I think that equal pay and rights for women is just another way that needs to be improved.

 @9HYRF24 from California disagreed…5mos5MO

Women already have equal pay. The myth that women don't have equal pay is based on the average earnings of males compared to females. Females typically take lower paying and less dangerous jobs, as well as having less leadership roles, thus their pay is lower on average.

 @9HYRMNLRepublican from California disagreed…5mos5MO

Women have the same rights as men, and they are not paid less. They accumulate less money over time due to less hours worked overall and a the personal choice to peruse lower paying careers.

 @9HXFXT5Independent from Illinois answered…5mos5MO

that we have created a society that is split on gender lines due to feminism and anti feminism, instead of trying to bridge the gap between us

 @9HXFZG7 from Michigan answered…5mos5MO

Females have more leniency on the law especially when it’s involved with a male

 @9HXFY7Y from Michigan answered…5mos5MO

They don’t need to. There should only be 3 genders at most. Men , woman and trans at most.

 @ISIDEWITHasked…5mos5MO

Can you share an instance where someone's gender expectations of you felt limiting or empowering?

 @9KY6LGG from Washington answered…2mos2MO

No. I respect the limits and roles of both genders as created by God in His wisdom. To reject these is to embrace social anarchy and the destruction of the nuclear family.

 @9J7SDQ5 from West Virginia answered…4mos4MO

there are misogynistic people everywhere so when you have the power to say no that is nice but there's also a feeling of disappointment that comes along with it in numerous aspects.

 @9J7S56YIndependent from Texas answered…4mos4MO

Yes everyone should be equal but the. You are not allowed to go back and say you cant because im a woman or such or complain that now you have to work cause we all do

 @9J7RS7K from Texas answered…4mos4MO

My opinion/stance is always overlooked or completely ignored when I express it; or I'm called a 'b*tch'.. which I prefer since at least they're hearing me.

 @ISIDEWITHasked…5mos5MO

How do you handle situations where you feel like your gender is being used to define your abilities or potential?

 @9HVZ6DXPeace and Freedom from South Carolina answered…5mos5MO

i feel like anything a boy can do a girl can do it to

 @9HWFLMB from Washington agreed…5mos5MO

Its not okay to say that boys are stronger than girls, girls are more flexible than boys and boys are stronger

 @9HVYX4C from Pennsylvania answered…5mos5MO

I stick up for myself and I won’t let myself be restricted by my gender.

 @9HW4774Peace and Freedom from South Carolina agreed…5mos5MO

I would argue that no matter what we are all citizens in America and all have the opportunity to be highly successful .

 @9HVYZ83 from West Virginia answered…5mos5MO

When comparing men to women, it feels unfair for a gender that is seen as fragile and dainty be seen as less and weak compared to the opposite sex because of assigned gender and social norm.

 @9HVZ5PV from Texas answered…5mos5MO

 @ISIDEWITHasked…5mos5MO

How can we contribute to a culture that celebrates gender diversity in our everyday lives?

 @9J6VHWT from Iowa answered…4mos4MO

By being more inclusive and actually knowing the facts.

 @9JCG247 from Oregon disagreed…4mos4MO

Gender diversity is a ridiculous concept that should not be enshrined in our government or culture. It divides our people even further into different marginalized labels that hurts our culture by promoting false ideas of human sex and the nature of man and woman.

 @9KY6LGG from Washington answered…2mos2MO

 @9J6WL7X  from Florida answered…4mos4MO

You shouldn’t judge by their gender orientation or sexuality or race and you should not chastise them for it it’s their buissness not yours you should leave it alone if that’s their choice that’s their choice period point blank.

 @9J5Y6G9 from California answered…4mos4MO

We can have an open mindset regarding gender diversity, and continue to be up to date with politics and our government.

 @ISIDEWITHasked…6mos6MO

In what ways do you believe men can also benefit from feminism?

 @9H7XVZJGreen from Texas answered…6mos6MO

Feminism isn't about women being better than men, it's about true equality. Feminism promotes more mental health resources for men and fights against double standards for men and women.

 @9H7YHQWanswered…6mos6MO

They can't, most feminists are lesbian and that means fewer potential girlfriends and/or wives for straight guys

 @9H7YKCT from Nebraska answered…6mos6MO

 @9H7YB3L from California answered…6mos6MO

 @ISIDEWITHasked…5mos5MO

What would an ideal gender-equal educational system look like to you?

 @9HWBFN5 from Illinois answered…5mos5MO

 @9HWB46WLibertarian from Oregon answered…5mos5MO

A system where regardless of gender everyone is offered the same opportunities.

 @9HWB5LQ from Nebraska answered…5mos5MO

 @9HW9Y5GRepublican from Virginia answered…5mos5MO

I think there isn't any non-equal treatment already & that if there is then the person has an opinion & then it shouldn't be used to enforce, but to make educational places constitutional or add amendments that aren't nonsensible or selfish.

 @ISIDEWITHasked…5mos5MO

In what ways have you seen gender equality improve in your lifetime, and what hopes do you have for its future?

 @9HV26SQ from Utah answered…5mos5MO

I have seen more women get higher paying jobs than what we have had in the past. I have also seen some women getting the chance to have a job that normally only men would have (as our standard would think). For the future I hope that more women can get higher positions and they can have more of a voice than what we do now.

 @9HTQ4V8 from Kentucky answered…5mos5MO

 @9HTPWLC from North Carolina answered…5mos5MO

women can do the same thing men do In the workforce and are valued just as much i hope in the future it improves even more like getting a female president

 @ISIDEWITHasked…5mos5MO

How would worldwide gender equality alter the current state of global politics and leadership?

 @9HXDHFNPeace and Freedom  from Texas answered…5mos5MO

The feminist movement has effected change in Western society, including women's suffrage; greater access to education; more equitable pay with men; the right to initiate divorce proceedings.

 @9HXDS6H from Maryland answered…5mos5MO

We are already equal as men and women, Women usually don't take the work that pays more and is harder to do.

 @9HXDQSF from Florida answered…5mos5MO

Feminism should be more important, Women still get the same rights as men but they have less opportunity to be hired for the same position as a man . Or get paid less etc.

 @ISIDEWITHasked…6mos6MO

If given the chance, what message about gender equality would you want to broadcast to the world?

 @9HJ42DQWomen’s Equalityanswered…6mos6MO

 @9HH5FP8 from North Carolina answered…6mos6MO

Engagement

The historical activity of users engaging with this answer.

Loading data...

Loading chart... 

Demographics

Loading the political themes of users that engaged with this discussion

Loading data...