You Got Me by Mercy AmareRoxy is broken
Aiden wants to fix her
No matter how hard Roxy tries to overcome her past, she cant. She writes on her arms to escape the pain, but nothing can soothe the ache that she feels.
Aiden didnt go to college to meet girls, he came to play football. Too bad that it is impossible for him to stay away from Roxy.
After meeting on the roof, they instantly feel connected, but neither of them are ready for love.
You Got Me is a story about new beginnings, and finding love when you least expect it.
Gender Equality from a European Perspective: Myth and Reality.
Take a look at this impromptu list of achievements on gender equality:. Since January 1st, companies and government agencies in Iceland struggle to obtain government certification of their equal pay policies. Meanwhile, women in China-based BBC branch struggle to be paid the same amount as men for doing the same jobs. With a furious words open letter on her blog, Carrie Gracie resigned her post as China Editor last week. Up to women that we know of in various grades and roles have made pay complaints.
We need to raise our girls (and boys) to understand that equality is a right and not a privilege.
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All women can have successful, high level careers, manage all school functions and carpooling, workout every day, eat healthy every day, plan days of family meals, go grocery shopping, sleep 8 hours every night, look super fashionable, being an amazing wife, serenely work while entertaining children, have all domestic housing duties in top shape, have gorgeous flowerbeds, and travel around the world giving industry-expert talks all while being fresh and perky, right? Karla points out that no one would want their male or female child to get unequal amounts of treats at a party, so why do people settle for getting unequal treatment in their careers? There need to be more conversations about these systemic challenges, and conversations about the myths that fuel these challenges. There is no debate. There really is a gender salary gap.
There is an alarming disconnect between perception and reality. Nearly two-thirds 64 percent believe women have equal or more financial stability than men and close to half 46 percent say there are equal or more women in positions of power in society than men. We need to raise our girls and boys to understand that equality is a right and not a privilege. We are all entitled to safe, humane environments at home and at work. We all need never to worry about being respected and valued, being paid the same, or if we will have access to education or training. I do not agree that one political party is more at fault for women's inequality in the workplace, it is a gender bias that has existed forever, it is time to change history.
This recognition is evident in a number of international norms and agreements. Violence, conflicts, early marriage, traditional attitudes and extreme poverty are the most in common problems that keep away young women from education. Although, even if we are talking about the situation in developed countries, women still face remarkable challenges and obstacles when they decide to follow an academic career. Family is where we first start to be taught about gender roles. Gender discrimination learned from the parents or other siblings sets the scene for the way a girl is treated throughout her life, and the way she sees herself. Gender norms taught at home influence how women perceive their intelligence, their self-esteem, and their chances for the future.