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9 Facts That Prove Women Are Not Equal To Men

We're not there.

Today is International Women's Day, which is a day of discussion, reflection, and most importantly, action around women's issues and causes. One of the biggest campaigns of the day is Not-There, which is focused on talking about how women around the world really haven't broken through the glass ceiling after all.

Don't believe the hype? Here are some facts about the state of equality around the world:

  1. 1 in 4 Women Is married before her 18th birthday
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  2. The U.S. is 1 of only 9 countries that doesn't provide paid maternity leave.
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  3. 1 in 30 women in the world has given birth before she turns 18.
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  4. 1 in 3 women in the world is physically or sexually assaulted at some point in her life.
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  5. In the developing world, 200 million women have less Internet access than men.
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  6. In the U.S., men named John hold more CEO titles than all women combined.
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  7. Women around the world spend more hours a day working without pay than men do.
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  8. Only 32% of national constitutions protect a girls' right to an education higher than elementary school.
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  9. Women in the U.S. make just 78 cents to the dollar of what men make.
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