Origin of double standard
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As long as that double-standard persists, no algorithm can fix its injustice.Facebook Apologizes For, but Doesn’t Retract, Discriminatory ‘Real Name’ Policy|Jay Michaelson|October 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ignoring them entirely would indeed be a double-standard—one in Israel's favor.
In my column for CNN, I explain why Rush Limbaugh is not facing a double-standard: "It's not fair!"
Whether he is glad or sorry to think of the effects that his double-standard pleasures have had upon American women?
Whether he would wish his sons to follow in his double-standard footsteps?
British Dictionary definitions for double standard
Idioms and Phrases with double standard
A set of principles establishing different provisions for one group than another; also, specifically, allowing men more sexual freedom than women. For example, She complained that her father had a double standard—her brothers were allowed to date, but she was not, even though she was older. [Mid-1900s]