90% of people worldwide biased against women: UN report

90% of people worldwide biased against women: UN report

According to findings published by the UN, almost 90% of people are biased against women. At least one bias is held against women by around 91 percent of men and 86 percent of women on topics such as politics, economics, education and violence.

Max Bants
Max Bants 3 weeks

Which includes other women...

Swamp gas
Swamp gas 3 weeks

Who gives a shit.

Roamer MGTOW
Roamer MGTOW 3 weeks

define biased.

Jason 3 weeks

people: holds door for a lady. feminist: (points and screeches) patriarchy! 90% of the world: rolls eyes

OttersGonnaOtt 3 weeks

If 55% of the population is female, and 35%of people prefer the color blue, and 25% more women at a certain childbearing age made bad decisions, and women are 100% more likely to give birth than men... At what time does Train A collide with Train B? It's a trick question, because the percentage that matters is how many women desire the job, not just the prestige. If say 15% of women desire to become CEOs or politicians and 10-20% of CEOs and politicians are female, the jobs represent the demanding population. Nobody cares for the job to match the general population—literally, as in the women that would be promoted to those job positions in the name of the holy goddess Equality would not desire the job.

Cole Erdmann
Cole Erdmann 3 weeks

meritocracy doesnt mean give it to her because she has a vagina

TheWeakMinded 3 weeks

"Despite steps towards closing the equality gap, 91 per cent of men and 86 per cent of women hold at least one bias against women regarding politics, economics, education, violence or reproductive rights" talk about vague as fucking hell... author of this shit should be a tide pod eating champ

Danny Mcgrath
Danny Mcgrath 3 weeks

if anything they're overrepresented. Female leftist politicians are all emotions and hell bent on destroying the mighty achievements of western civilisation, with little regard for native populations.

Joni Leppänen
Joni Leppänen 3 weeks

Well this definitely sounds like something in which context is completely unnecessary.

Up 3 weeks

100% of this headline is misleading. 😂

porcus 3 weeks

The UN demonstrating that they believe in just handing power to those who have not either the ability to use it or the ability to acquire it on their own.

christine hancock
christine hancock 3 weeks

I don't know about Zimbabwe, but we have a couple major reasons in the US why we don't see that women are as effective at high powered bosses as men First there are just fewer women than men that are that crazy and power mad that they would want high political or business positions. Second we do find some women crazy enough, and power mad enough to vie for political or business position, and yes, they can and often succeed. But when they fail, they go down in spectacular flames, pulling many others with them, and screaming insults and accusations all the way. I can't think of very many instances where men's failures in business and politics result in the same drama. Maybe we are accustomed to male failure and maybe they are just a dramtic and women doing the same thing is new and exciting; but I can't think of any instances of a man going completely off the rails in public over a major business or political fail, where as women seem to be less inclined to go quietly, so it stands out.

CoLpOeSnED 3 weeks

Actions speak louder than identity politics

Matt Wrenn
Matt Wrenn 3 weeks

is it all bias or just a recognition that men and women are different and better at different things? Social science stepped away from science long ago and is in the long grass now.

Crimson Jester
Crimson Jester 3 weeks

Zimbabwe 96% recorded bias.. You know this could be a cultural thing, or religious....

Rhokanth 3 weeks

Maybe because people get sick of wokeness being tossed in their face all the time. Yes, I hold bias against women at work. You gotta keep everything on professional-only terms and can't make a joke, otherwise it's a trip to HR.

Paul C
Paul C 3 weeks

I have some bias against the woman in the picture with the pink top. How can I get in touch with her to apologize?

BadgerMilk 3 weeks

UN's motto. "Inclusiveness and equal representation" is more important then competence, skill, knowledge and experience. It's the "we believe in truth over facts" logic.

Given Name 123
Given Name 123 3 weeks

Makes sense. You can't fix racism with racism, and you can't fix sexism with sexism...

Michael Rogers
Michael Rogers 3 weeks

It's 89% proven that 38% of statistics are misleading 62% of the time....

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