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Unformatted text preview: of mandatory shared parenting after divorce can be seen as depriving a womens right in raising children on their own. Many examples in other domain such as athletics and education likewise show how gender equality has not ensured womens rights. Gender equality is based on the thought that men and women are the same in that their experiences are exchangeable. However, it has been pointed out that this is fundamentally flawed. The idea or definition of gender equality needs to be revised or redefined. Conclusion: Gender equality laws should therefore not be required by law; but laws to ensure the unique rights of women and men should be pursued. Kieran Tsai Outline 22-Mar-11...
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