Gender inequality is the social phenomenon in which people are not treated equally on the basis of gender. This inequality can be caused by gender discrimination or sexism. The treatment may arise from distinctions regarding biology, psychology, or cultural norms prevalent in the society. Some of these distinctions are empirically grounded, while others appear to be social constructs. While current policies around the world cause inequality among individuals, it is women who are most affected. Gender inequality weakens women in many areas such as health, education, and business life. Studies show the different experiences of genders across many domains including education, life expectancy, personality, interests, family life, careers, and political affiliation. Gender inequality is experienced differently across different cultures and also affects non-binary people.
Study of differences between the sexes should be terminated because such study inherently perpetuates sexual inequality.
There is an increasingly sophisticated body of knowledge on inherent sex differences, whether these are rooted in biology (hormonal role in aggression and nurturing behaviour; differences in brain structure) universal social necessity, or both. If, in the light of such studies, men and women are inherently different, then traditional society, in its broad lines, is natural. The claim that women are oppressed then evaporates and feminism stands revealed as an absurdity.