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    (Original post by recklessabandon)
    Gender pay gap is mostly false, I said it was a thing and I’m still telling the truth 😤
    Whether we call it a pay gap or an earnings gap (more inclined to use the latter term) it exists.

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    I don't care who's offering the workshops, it's still madness. there needs to be a line drawn somewhere
    What's madness is yourself lying in the OP. Lecturers aren't being asked to attend, they're being offered the opportunity to attend. Big difference there.
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    (Original post by Conceited)
    What's madness is yourself lying in the OP. Lecturers aren't being asked to attend, they're being offered the opportunity to attend. Big difference there.
    Yeah but it’s all made up, the wage gap doesn’t take into account how often people work/how long they have been there for, women also can take 9 months leave for pregnancy, so if the man/woman is equal in skill but there’s a risk she’s got 9 months paid leave your going to give the higher wage to the man
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
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    When people use the phrase 'white privilege' this is the first image that comes to my mind:

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    (Original post by recklessabandon)
    Yeah but it’s all made up, the wage gap doesn’t take into account how often people work/how long they have been there for, women also can take 9 months leave for pregnancy, so if the man/woman is equal in skill but there’s a risk she’s got 9 months paid leave your going to give the higher wage to the man
    It's amazing how you've managed to show a lack of understanding on the topic and saying 'it's all made up' whilst indicating how it's not in the rest of your response.
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    I didn't know my skin colour made me racist. Thank you for enlightening me. :laugh:

    This reminds me of something that happened at my primary. They stopped us from singing 'Ba Back Black Sheep' because THAT was apparently racist. Smh.
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    so,you're now implying that only Europeans are civilised? I think Africans would find what you've just written hugely offensive. what's wrong with Muslims or LGBT?
    So where you more likely to go - to some unknown place in europe or some unknown place in africa? there your answer.
    Also from where you are more likely to return - some white are in Chicago or some ghetto.

    Civilizations existed in the past, but the current state of affairs and internet can easily show what societies are more civilized. Hell, even the lonelinest town in nowhere in Russia (there are such places where some people don't even know that Soviet Union fell) or are more safe than some areas in south america.
    Developing people is a gradual process - just like throwing a laptop to some tribes on some island won't make them youtubers lol
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    (Original post by Conceited)
    Whether we call it a pay gap or an earnings gap (more inclined to use the latter term) it exists.



    What's madness is yourself lying in the OP. Lecturers aren't being asked to attend, they're being offered the opportunity to attend. Big difference there.
    oh hush, please. being asked to attend and being offered is the same thing. Nobody is forcing them
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    lol, You've clearly not studied European history
    colonisation? heard of it?
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    As if people will voluntarily attend this. The only ones going will be those SJWs who feel morally superior and want to pat each other on the back.
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    oh hush, please. being asked to attend and being offered is the same thing. Nobody is forcing them
    Well, that's a cluster**** of a response.
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    (Original post by Axiomasher)
    When people use the phrase 'white privilege' this is the first image that comes to my mind:

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    OMG,is that a young david cameron and Boris in the photo? they look kinda hot :innocent:
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    (Original post by Conceited)
    Well, that's a cluster**** of a response.
    would you like to attend such workshops? you seem to be in favour :mmm:
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    would you like to attend such workshops? you seem to be in favour :mmm:
    Why are you asking me this?
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    (Original post by Conceited)
    Why are you asking me this?
    why not? just a general question.
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    (Original post by Conceited)
    Whether we call it a pay gap or an earnings gap (more inclined to use the latter term) it exists.
    What pay gap are you talking about in the same country for the same work for the same position?

    I can easily say that the cleaner earns less than CEO. That is an unfair pay gap
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    colonisation? heard of it?
    So? Asians developed just fine almost not knowing about the achievements of the west. What did prevent south africa from inventing the wheel? Or some other countries to develop machinery living on the other continent? Without colonization most of the so-called colonized countries nowadays would be zimbabwe like structures.

    Some remote regions in the world haven't even achieved middle age level yet.
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    What an absolute load of hooey.
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    (Original post by Chucke1992)
    So? Asians developed just fine almost not knowing about the achievements of the west. What did prevent south africa from inventing the wheel? Or some other countries to develop machinery living on the other continent? Without colonization most of the so-called colonized countries nowadays would be zimbabwe like structures.

    Some remote regions in the world haven't even achieved middle age level yet.
    Colonisation may have helped some places who were literally so poor they couldn't afford seeds to eat.

    Colonisation was a very different story for countries like India who were bloody rich. Colonisation stripped the Indians of all their wealth. India has 27% of the WORLDS GDP pre-colonisation, and post-colonisation it was reduced to 3%...but hey, thanks for the railways.
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    I feel so privileged that we are robbed of our ancestral homeland to make room for millions of third world immigrants
 
 
 
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