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  • It's Their Decision

    This is now the 21st century, not the 19th. Women are equally as capable as men in anything. Women can pursue their occupation, as long as they are dedicated and willing to put in all effort. Work ethic is far more important than gender in today's society. Overall, people are sexist and think that women aren't as capable as men, however, they are and can be far more capable then some men who are way over their heads and believe women can't do anything.

  • It's her choice

    I believe if a woman wants to be a scientist, she can be a scientist. It is not society's choice whether a woman becomes a scientist or not. She gets the final say. For anybody to say that a woman is not smart enough to be a worker is prejudice and that is absurd. Get your minds out of the 1950's and into the 21st century!

  • Yes women should certainly be scientists

    Es women should certainly be scientists.. Yes women should most certainly be scientists. In fact, since the beginning of recorded time women have added to humanity's scientific knowledge. Women have made important discoveries in the realms of science. For example, Marie Skłodowska-Curie in 1903 became the first woman to win a Nobel prize (physics) and would go on to win a second in 1911 for her work with radiation.

    As a society we can't afford not to let women enter the fields of science and engineering.
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  • Yes women should certainly be scientists

    Es women should certainly be scientists.. Yes women should most certainly be scientists. In fact, since the beginning of recorded time women have added to humanity's scientific knowledge. Women have made important discoveries in the realms of science. For example, Marie Skłodowska-Curie in 1903 became the first woman to win a Nobel prize (physics) and would go on to win a second in 1911 for her work with radiation.

    As a society we can't afford not to let women enter the fields of science and engineering.
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  • Yes women should certainly be scientists

    Es women should certainly be scientists.. Yes women should most certainly be scientists. In fact, since the beginning of recorded time women have added to humanity's scientific knowledge. Women have made important discoveries in the realms of science. For example, Marie Skłodowska-Curie in 1903 became the first woman to win a Nobel prize (physics) and would go on to win a second in 1911 for her work with radiation.

    As a society we can't afford not to let women enter the fields of science and engineering.
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  • Yes women should certainly be scientists

    Es women should certainly be scientists.. Yes women should most certainly be scientists. In fact, since the beginning of recorded time women have added to humanity's scientific knowledge. Women have made important discoveries in the realms of science. For example, Marie Skłodowska-Curie in 1903 became the first woman to win a Nobel prize (physics) and would go on to win a second in 1911 for her work with radiation.

    As a society we can't afford not to let women enter the fields of science and engineering.
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  • Yes women should certainly be scientists

    Es women should certainly be scientists.. Yes women should most certainly be scientists. In fact, since the beginning of recorded time women have added to humanity's scientific knowledge. Women have made important discoveries in the realms of science. For example, Marie Skłodowska-Curie in 1903 became the first woman to win a Nobel prize (physics) and would go on to win a second in 1911 for her work with radiation.

    As a society we can't afford not to let women enter the fields of science and engineering.
    Report Post

  • Yes women should certainly be scientists

    Es women should certainly be scientists.. Yes women should most certainly be scientists. In fact, since the beginning of recorded time women have added to humanity's scientific knowledge. Women have made important discoveries in the realms of science. For example, Marie Skłodowska-Curie in 1903 became the first woman to win a Nobel prize (physics) and would go on to win a second in 1911 for her work with radiation.

    As a society we can't afford not to let women enter the fields of science and engineering.
    Report Post

  • Yes women should certainly be scientists

    Es women should certainly be scientists.. Yes women should most certainly be scientists. In fact, since the beginning of recorded time women have added to humanity's scientific knowledge. Women have made important discoveries in the realms of science. For example, Marie Skłodowska-Curie in 1903 became the first woman to win a Nobel prize (physics) and would go on to win a second in 1911 for her work with radiation.

    As a society we can't afford not to let women enter the fields of science and engineering.
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  • Absolutely, science represents a great opportunity for men and women alike

    It is a wonderful field of study and a great career for anyone who has an interest in a scientific discipline. Men and women are equally suited to contribute to any of the many branches of science. Sex shouldn't even be considered to be a factor. I would encourage any young woman to consider the sciences as a career choice. If I might offer a male perspective-go for it and suceed!

  • Women are not smart enough to leave the kitchen.

    The female mind is infected with emotion; therefore, they can not think clearly and logically, especially during menstruation. Allowing women to enter the field of science won't benefit the individuals or society as a whole. Women are not ready to progress this advanced level of thinking. Women should not be scientists.


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