A new report coming out today shows that men are far more discriminated against than women in America.
In fact it shows that they are discriminating against in more than 91 countries out of 134 surveyed.
“Women are better off in more countries than men are, a new study has found,” reports the Daily Mail. “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 differs from that of the commonly-used Global Gender Gap Index by including certain factors that specifically affect men.
“No existing measure of gender inequality fully captures the hardships that are disproportionately experienced by men in many countries and so they do not fully capture the extent to which any specific country is promoting the well being of all its citizens,” says Professor Stoet. “The BIGI provides a much simpler way of tackling gender inequality and it focuses on aspects of life that are directly relevant to all people.”
“Used alongside other existing indicators, it provides additional and different information to give a more complete assessment of gender equality, making it easier for policy-makers to introduce changes to improve the quality of life for both men and women,” he continued.
In a world where feminists try to claim that women aren’t treated fairly it’s clear that those aren’t the facts. We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comment section below.
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Matt Couch is the founder of America First Investigations, and the CEO of the D.C. Chronicle News Group. Follow Matt on Twitter @RealMattCouch