It’s a girl. Congratulations!?


  1. A meta-analysis of studies from 1914 to 2011 establishes the existence of a generalized female advantage in school achievement.
  2. Referred to as the Pink Tax. In the UK women pay on average 31% more than men for comparable toiletries and paying 12% more for clothing items.
  3. Gender stereotypes and education.
  4. Women are under-represented in clinical trials.
  5. As per UNICEF, poverty, household chores, school infrastructure deficits, harassment, insecurity, and early marriage and pregnancy remain barriers to girls education. The World Economic Forum links a country’s wealth – not its laws or culture – is the most important factor in determining a woman’s educational fate.
  6. Average British woman spends £70,000 on her appearance in a lifetime.
  7. There are numerous product flops caused by lack of an inclusive design and testing.
  8. Women are still criminalized for their own rape and abuse in the East and the West.
  9. In the US, women represent 57 percent of recent college graduates; however, fewer women than men get hired. As we move up on the corporate ladder, women representation declines at every level, resulting in one woman in five C-suite leaders.
  10. Until beyond the age of 42, women are all viewed as potential maternity leave cases, therefore career progression is limited and promotions harder fought.FTfm’s Women in Asset Management survey.
  11. The 10 Worst Stereotypes About Powerful Women.
  12. Women are more likely to become the family carers.
  13. Women have worst health prospects.
  14. Women have greater probabilities to be poorer.

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