Gender Inequality in Cambodia Still Not Tackled (CEDAW Report)

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I know I always had a hard time hiring males, and we tried as we wanted to even out the workplace. My background and my staff is accounting, must have been 90% women. I felt like IT departments, however, tended to have more males.
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Considering how many rich politicals here have wives that are "good at business", something is off here.
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After women start believing in equal rights they stop having sex with husbands and making babies. Just look at European countries, the birth rate is what, 1.1 child per Caucasian woman, the rest is being compensated for by African, Arab immigrants taking over the European countries.

I hope Asian nations are smarter than that, just like they were smarter in not introducing unsustainable pension programs of the western type. It is not a good idea to follow and copy everything coming from the West.
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hunter8 wrote: Thu Dec 12, 2019 11:44 am After women start believing in equal rights they stop having sex with husbands and making babies. Just look at European countries, the birth rate is what, 1.1 child per Caucasian woman.
Just because they aren't having more children than they can afford doesn't mean they are suddenly celibate. There's this thing called "birth control".
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John Bingham wrote: Thu Dec 12, 2019 12:01 pm
hunter8 wrote: Thu Dec 12, 2019 11:44 am After women start believing in equal rights they stop having sex with husbands and making babies. Just look at European countries, the birth rate is what, 1.1 child per Caucasian woman.
Just because they aren't having more children than they can afford doesn't mean they are suddenly celibate. There's this thing called "birth control".
They could afford it before, 100 years ago. Supposedly, livelyhoods should have been improved now. No, that’s not the reason. The reason is now women want to pursue venues opened to them by the equal rights movement, venues traditionally pursued by men. Then, when they want to have a family, it’s too little, too late. They give birth to one child and settle with that.

Caucasians will be extinct soon unless they urgently do something about it. Men have to stand up to this bs. Women don’t care, women will be happy to be taken and assimilated by men of the conquering tribe like it used to happen in the cave age, except that now this is peaceful (so far) replacement on the scale of whole countries.

It all starts with giving women equal rights.
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Progressives will go extinct because of the reasons above. We may not see it in our lifetimes but the trend is there and well established by now. I agree that equal rights sounds cool in theory.
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Maybe equal rights will save the earth. Less babies..less pressure on limited resources.. :stir:
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clutchcargo wrote: Thu Dec 12, 2019 2:07 pm Maybe equal rights will save the earth. Less babies..less pressure on limited resources.. :stir:

2020 soon , and it hasn't worked yet. Maybe 2021.
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hunter8 wrote: Thu Dec 12, 2019 1:09 pm Progressives will go extinct because of the reasons above. We may not see it in our lifetimes but the trend is there and well established by now. I agree that equal rights sounds cool in theory.
We already seeing it Hunter, it's already started.
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