I don't have a grudge against anyone and I always try to back up all my arguments with evidence. In this case the argument I am making is quite simple, as is the argument I am making in the other related thread where I have been arguing similiar points. I don't think that vital services, goods and provisions should be sold, lent or handed out on a gender-related basis or for that matter on any other basis that is discriminatory. If you disagree with what I am saying in other threads have the guts to come and debate me. Its not about having a grudge against anyone, its about advocating equality that works both ways, not just in one politically correct direction.(Original post by Apagg)
I don't have time to research the statistics on every point, it's not worth it. Judging by your posts on this forum so far you have something of a grudge against women, and nothing I say is going to convince you that the world isn't set against men.
In Bangladesh, men DO have better paid jobs. It's a characteristic of all economies, and is more exaggerated in less developed economies, as a rule. As banks usually make loans on the basis of regular income, it is therefore easier for men to obtain loans. It's common sense.
Why do you think that 97% of women must be poorer than men? The Grameen bank isn't going to be the ONLY bank operating there. Besides which, I wouldn't be surprised to see a big income gap between the genders in Bangladesh given that men, as mentioned, receive a higher average wage.
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