the state of having the same rights, status, and opportunities as others, regardless of one's gender.
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How to use gender equality in a sentence
“Repeating this way of decision-making has already shown us that they don’t understand what kind of change needs to be made, to see they are now really supporting gender equality,” she said.Japan Olympics chief who said women talk too much will resign over remarks, reports say | Simon Denyer, Julia Mio Inuma | February 11, 2021 | Washington Post
I’d spent 2019 telling anyone who would listen that 2020 was going to be a landmark year for gender equality.Melinda Gates: Why Women's Voices Must Be at the Center of Rebuilding After COVID-19 | Melinda Gates | January 15, 2021 | Time
The new investor put her dollars behind Clevr Blends, a startup making instant milk lattes that has yet to take any outside funding, as part of her broader push to support gender equality.
Throughout her near half-decade on the global stage—and long before—Meghan Markle has made gender equality one of her core causes.Exclusive: Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, makes her debut as a startup investor | ehinchliffe | December 14, 2020 | Fortune
Five years ago, it named Rose Quartz and Serenity blue as a nod to gender equality.Pantone wants to cure your pandemic blues with a double hit of color | Anne Quito | December 9, 2020 | Quartz
How does one support gender equality without coming across as disingenuous or, even worse, as pandering?
Lipper expects a diverse reaction, but she hopes to inspire not just women, but men as well to get onboard with gender equality.
Still, she is sceptical of attempts to take the bite out of the gender equality movement.
The sexual revolution helped usher in gender equality not simply in the bedroom but in the workplace and everywhere else too.Why the Photo Scandal Won't Hurt Kate Upton's and Jennifer Lawrence's Careers | Nick Gillespie | September 3, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
In 2013, Taiwan passed an amendment to its gender equality Act allotting women three paid days of menstrual leave each year.