The Institute for Women's Policy
Research finds that life has improved for
American women, but "big inequities persist"
(November 17). So that's why 80 per cent of
suicides are males, 95 per cent of workplace
mortality is of males, and men live an average
of 7 years less than women. Oh, and 82 per cent
of consumer spending is done by women. Kind of
makes up for the so-called wage gap, doesn't it?
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