Born as a Man or Women

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Born as a woman or a man everyone is conceived from woman. Shouldn’t being a woman, giving birth to the new life of a human put woman at an equal stance if not above? There was a point in time where woman were denied education. In some cases today some male teachers are still bias of who they choose to participate in class. Females and males share the same train of thought, and are touched by the same type of emotions. No human should be denied anything, especially the education that is molding their future. Eventually this leads up to the effect of a woman having a lesser chance to get hired for the more prestigious job, or being seen as having a lower position. It brings many people to the conclusion of woman can’t handle as much as man.
It wasn’t until end of middle school, and high school where I started coming to a realization that men in a lot of cases will be put in front of a woman in school, but only if the teacher is male. I have also witnessed in some cases if the teacher is female it’s as if they would lean more towards the participation of the girls in class. I feel that because women were denied education in the past, and as well as in some cases today, when they are teaching the class they have the girls participate more than males in the class. This is considered for both sexes being denied of education, but still more toward woman. Women are like diamonds. Each exquisite stone shares the same inimitable radiance, captivating beauty and unbreakable strength; nonetheless no two are exactly alike. To deny a woman an education is to forbid what seems to be a mere rock from being polished into a magnificent diamond that has exponential value to the world. Such an act is nothing short of a tragedy whose only purpose is the obstruction of immense possibilities. Every substantial reality was once no more than a possibility, which sprang from a single…...

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