Money has been a part of human civilization for thousands of years. It started as a simple barter system where people exchanged goods and services for other goods and services. But as societies grew and became more complex, so did the concept of money. From shells and beads to coins and paper currency, money has taken on many forms throughout history.
However, one thing that has remained constant throughout history is the exploitation of women for economic gain. Women have been treated as commodities since the beginning of time. In many ancient societies, women were sold into marriage or used as property to settle debts. In some cultures, women were even sacrificed to appease the gods or used as currency in trade negotiations.
Even today, women are still being utilized for economic benefit. The gender pay gap is a prime example of this. Women are often paid less than men for doing the same job, which means they have less economic power and are more likely to live in poverty.
Trafficking is another example of how women are exploited for economic gain. It is estimated that millions of women and girls are forced into the trade every year, often against their will. They are treated as commodities to be bought and sold, and their bodies are used to generate profit for traffickers.
In conclusion, while money has evolved over time, the exploitation of women for economic gain has remained a constant throughout history. It is important to recognize and address these issues in order to create a more just and equitable society for all. Women should be valued for their contributions to society, not treated as commodities to be bought and sold.
So when frustration and injustice rises up in you after you watch the Barbie movie, or Sound of Freedom, or you decide to woke up and see the discrepancy between genders you might recognize it has been an inequity since the BEGINNING! Women have been the MOST VALUABLE asset for trade. However, it has been abused and became an insult against the souls of each individual. It is now an abused and manipulated power of currency and it has to stop.
An Urgent Call to Action
It's natural to feel frustrated and upset about gender inequality, whether it's after watching a movie like Barbie or Sound of Freedom, or simply waking up to the harsh reality. The truth is, gender inequity has been an ongoing issue since the very beginning of human history. Women have always been deemed as a valuable asset for trade, but this has been taken advantage of, becoming an insult to the very soul of each individual. It's time to end this cycle of abuse and manipulation of power.