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Anonymous876
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samuel7788
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Men and women have equal rights

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samuel7788
Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 2/12/2019 Category: People
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Debate Rounds (3)
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Anonymous876

Pro

I believe that men and women have equal rights. Note rights in this argument will be rights guaranteed by the government
samuel7788

Con

Men and women don't have equal rights. In history, Women have been treated badly and they are slowly coming up. However, That still doesn't mean that they all have the same rights. Boys don't think that women are good at sports and people are being very sexist lately in our world. We have neglected people from other races such as racism and there have been many cases and the difference between men and women is a part of it. Who cares about the differences. It's only about how many rights they have. Women that are muscular are being teased and treated badly and this should be solved.
Debate Round No. 1
Anonymous876

Pro

Anonymous876 forfeited this round.
samuel7788

Con

Men and women don't have equal rights through history on what we have already seen. Its become too much of a problem and it is unjust to say that they don't have equal rights. In addition, Some people are sometimes sexist on gender.
Debate Round No. 2
Anonymous876

Pro

Anonymous876 forfeited this round.
samuel7788

Con

This is what my opponent is doing forfeiting because he is just dodging the attacks thrown at him.
Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by Jbaxter542 3 years ago
Jbaxter542
Samuel7788 I will admit, In HISTORY women did not have equal rights compared to men, For example the right to vote. However, That was history and the fact is TODAY men and women DO have equal rights (in Western civilization).

To address your argument on sports, Your quote "Boys don't think women are good at sports" is completely hypothetical and is something that you have made up while writing it. The argument is that men are simply better at most sports compared to women such as athletics and swimming etc. Is because males produce testosterone which, As part of the hormones function, Improves muscle mass. This is why we have in sport competitions, Men and women competing separately as if the two sexes were to compete together, Men would win in nearly all sports with exceptions in Equestrianism etc. That is not sexist, Its a FACT.

Secondly, Stop painting a picture that all are victims and muscular women are being made fun of and teased. Yes perhaps some women are and I am against that, But saying that the teasing only happens to women is unbelievable stupid- different men and women receive teasing in different ways. However, Saying that "Muscular women are being teased and treated badly" has nothing to do with them having less rights compared to men. Throughout life, EVERYONE (men and women) will experience being teased and treated badly- it is a part of life, But what really makes men and women strong is how they don't let this affect them.
Posted by recedingDebates 3 years ago
recedingDebates
This could have been an interesting debate, But the Instigator presents only a vague argument and the Contender dodges the question all together, Speaking about history and racism.
If the instigator is referring to Western society such as the U. S or Western Europe, Then yes, Women and men have equal rights. If they are talking about places such as the Middle East or Asian communities, Then no, There are rights issues that need discussion.
Posted by zapp 3 years ago
zapp
I really do not understand the grounds for this debate. If the rights to be debated are strictly the rights guaranteed by the government, Then check your constitution. If any rights are defined exclusively for one gender, Then mend and women do not have equal rights. Else, They do. Any other rights being discussed are not guaranteed by the government, And hence have been disregarded by the creator of this debate. Umm. . . Am I missing something?
Posted by Mr_Popper 3 years ago
Mr_Popper
Oh, Of course.
Posted by Smug_Tomato 3 years ago
Smug_Tomato
I'm guessing Anon is referring to a Western Government. The US Government, To be exact.
Posted by John_C_1812_II 3 years ago
John_C_1812_II
It is a lie to say, Or make a claim that men and woman can even have equal right. The understanding of independence, Under guidance of United States Constitution describes a truth as. All men are created equal by their creator. Just as all woman are created equal by their creator. This creator can be, Either man or woman. This is not equality it is an understanding to relief of command as a shared state.

When a man creates himself as inferior by legislation he is no longer equal to all men. He has never, And will never be equal to all woman. Just as, All woman who create herself as inferior is then no longer equal to all woman, And has never, Or will be equal to all men. Independence.
Posted by killshot 3 years ago
killshot
Which government?
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Vote Placed by EverlastingMoment 3 years ago
EverlastingMoment
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Reasons for voting decision: The substance brought up is too vague and too little from both sides and as a result there are no contentious points. Therefore the only points to be awarded are conduct points which fall to Con.

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