gender equality and am supposed to speak against it

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ayobamijessica
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i need points to use for the debate and i also need a proper way to start the debate
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(Original post by ayobamijessica)
i need points to use for the debate and i also need a proper way to start the debate
What points do you have so far?
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Not everyone should be treated the same maybe
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We are naturally made so that men are stronger so we should leave it as it has been for thousands of years
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You can mention things like maternity leave versus paternity leave, childcare, more women than men being victim of sexual harrassment. You don't have to argue that women should go back into the kitchen and leave big strong men to do everything.
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(Original post by ayobamijessica)
i need points to use for the debate and i also need a proper way to start the debate
You could start by talking about how women have only had the vote for the past 100 years (like talk a lil bit about the history)
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