Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Social ScienceGender & Women's Studies · 4 weeks ago

Do women that have suffered due to lack of innate competitive traits have a right to say industry discriminates against them?

Industry and perhaps society

Update:

Green brick : You are a half wit.

The point is women complain they sometimes get lower pay for the same job.

But this, I am implying, is because they stick to the same company and don’t play the job market.

So because they don’t display the same competitive nature in THIS regard, should discrimination be labelled as a cause of any pay discrepancies?

Update 2:

Tactfully expressing an interest in working for other companies, conditional upon pay, is showing a competitive trait but is not the opposite of being concilliatory.

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  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    "Lack of innate competitive traits." LOL. Society socializes girls to be conciliatory or be punished then punishes them anyway for not being socialized as men.

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  • 4 weeks ago

    Everyone has a right not to be discriminated.  Regardless whether they are competitive or not.  What a strange question, I wonder what triggered you to ask it?

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