Susan Moller Okin's Sexual Orientation

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specially women and minorities, are given the same opportunities as men and majorities are given. As political philosopher, Susan Moller Okin writes in her article entitled, “Sexual Orientation,” “Because of many changes during the last twenty-five years, explicit legal discrimination on the grounds of sex is now considerably less extensive than is legal discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation. But there are still many ways in which social, economic, and political structure and expectations, as well as some laws, privilege men over women” (30). There are still many who believe men are tougher than women, or that women are terrible drivers, compare to men. Having to live in a community, filled with stereotypes about each gender

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