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If we didn't have free will, we would not be able to kill ourselves.
If we did not have free will, we would be in-able to eat when we wanted. Anyone, (even if not given permission), could walk over to the fridge and grab what they want to eat.
The only thing that we do not have free will over whether or not we die, because it is naturally a part of life.
Both men and women have the potential to be great but do not always rise up to meet that expectation or accomplish that greatness.
Both genders are effected by poverty, hormones, psychological issues, and one gender is just as likely as the other to inherit a disease or fortune.
It takes both to create life (until science can make babies from synthetic sperm or eggs.)
Both genders are also plagued with the same amount of stigmas as the other.
If anyone is not treated or viewed an inequal, it is the minorities of the world who face far more cruel stigmas in far more abundance then measuring gender alone.