The claimed goal of feminism is to define and implement the political, economic, personal, educational and social equality of the sexes. It starts from the alleged assumptions that women are unfairly treated and viewpoint of males is favored.
Is these assumptions based on FACTS and NUMBERS? Or are they just an illusory, yet appealing, feelings?
Cold facts and un incorruptible numbers help to solve this doubt.
Almost you all have heard of Titanic, the British passenger line sunk in the North Atlantic Ocean in 1912 after striking an iceberg. On the estimated 2224 passengers and crew aboard, more than 1500 died which made the sinking one of the deadliest for a single ship up to that time. The lack of lifeboats was the main concause of this deadly event.
Dissecting the numbers we are going to find interesting data, dismantling (and even OVERTURNING) the feminist assumption:
- Men’s Survival Rate was 20%
- Women’s Survival Rate was 74,35%
Out of 424 women on board, 110 died.
Out of 1680 males on board, 1357 died.
How this outcome was possible under the assumption of the feminism movement?