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Statistics Proves How Women Are Treated In The Us

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Note these aren't complete sources because I wanted you to look up all the other scary statistics in these departments. These statistics are very easily found.
40-50% of all murders of women in the USA are committed by intimate partners
Source: U.S Department of Justice
In the USA, 4 women are murdered per day by their intimate partners
Source: U.S Department of Justice
In the USA 3 to 4 million women are battered by their partners each year
Source: U.S National ...view middle of the document...

At least 12.1 million women have been raped. (Only 16% of rapes are reported to the police)
Source: U.S Department of justice
95 to 97% of the senior managers of Fortune 1000 industrial and fortune 500 companies are male. A larger proportion of women are locked into low wage, low prestige, and dead-end jobs, which are not connected to any career ladder.
89% of maids and housekeeping cleaners are women
97% of secretaries & administrative assistants are women
74% of waiters and waitresses are women
93% of receptionists and information clerks are women
Source: US Department of Labor ( Glass Ceiling Report)
What do they do when they don't find job? That’s an example
Restaurants use naked girls as (tables) in America and Europe.""
Are we in the medieval times still?
Source: New York Times 2007-4-18, and 2008 8-24, and others.
A U.S Department of Defense's survey shows that 78%!!!!! of women in the military reported at least one experience of sexual harassment
Source: U.S Department of Veterans Affairs.
More than 70%!!! of the female staff nurses surveyed reported sexual harassment by male patients and coworkers
Source: U.S. National Institutes of Health.
About 137 women and children per day are trafficked annually for sexual exploitation into the United States
Source: U.S Department of State.

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