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Females aren't property, and shouldn't be treated as such. I am grateful that I live in a modern nation that has progressed so far in how it views women that this question would instantly result in social ostracization of the person asking it. Education is the only way to go to teach everyone, especially girls, to be independent and self sufficient.
Girls should be given an education. Not every girl out there wants to be married, and an education will provide her with more opportunities to succeed than a marriage will. An education will be he key to allowing her to make a life on her own, and perhaps meet a husband along the way.
Girls should always be treated fairly and equally, and all girls deserve a quality education. In fact, educating girls is the best way to eliminate poverty, since educated girls have fewer children, make better economic decisions, can support their families and are more likely to wait to have families until they are financially secure.