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Women Police and Discrimination

Summary: Since 50 years ago, our society has come a long way, beginning from only one woman police officer, to many more all throughout our entire country. However, the ratio to men police officers to women has a huge gap. There are many ways to which these problems can begin to be sorted out, however.
When we as individuals in America think of "freedom" as a whole, most of us assume that we have come a long way since a gap of equality between men and women. And because we have come a long way, many people make the assumption that there is no inequality left in the United States, and women have the same opportunities as men. Yes, we have come a long way, but women are nowhere near equal to men. There are many aspects in life that this is regarded to, ranging from politics, gender roles, marriage, and society as a whole. When children are asked what they want to be when they grow up, little boys are expected to respond with a fireman, policeman, or something along the manly career, while we assume that girls want to be teachers or mommies. And when the answers rarely become...

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