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Gender equality does not exist and it may never exist. To get a few things straight before the "Letters To the Editor" start pouring in, I am not sexist and I do not look down upon women or, for that matter, men. As I see it, we are equal. Despite some minor physical technicalities, men and women are essentially the same.
Dury, Marshall, "The illusion of equality" (1981). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 493.
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