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She wanted to live long enough to see the glass ceiling be shattered. Instead we have the concept of the cotton ceiling. Women can't have boundaries, and women can't break boundaries.

Thank you, Marilyn, for your work.

Reading a lot of the comments on that article upsets me.

There's these two comments

Equal pay for female bricklayers, coal miners and sewage workers!!

My guess is those seeking equality are only seeking it with the nice jobs. While women might contend men hold the highest paid and best roles, this represents less than 1% of all jobs. Conversely, men also occupy the worst 90% of roles, but there is no push for representation with them.

I mean they're proud in showing how ignorat they are and how they insist on not understanding the issues, many women around the world work in these jobs, the equal pay movement started in factories!!!

I remember as child watching this news report about workers in farms, they were picking vegetables, one women said that men are paid double the money even though women collected the majority of the harvest. The farm owner wouldn't do it any other way and that the women needed the money.

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