2017: Women Start Paying More Than Men For Car Insurance - 2019: 'Gender Discrimination' OutlawedChris Menahan
Jan. 14, 2019
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The age-old trend of men paying more for car insurance reversed itself in 2017 as women started having to pay higher premiums in most states.
Just two years later, in the state of California the practice of insurers charging different rates based on sex was officially banned as "discriminatory."
Gender inequality is an incredibly pervasive problem all across the world and affects people in more ways than most of us realize. I, for example, wasn't aware that a person's stated gender would affect the price of their car insurance, but the good news is that as of Jan. 1, 2019, in California, that's no longer the case.Are you starting to realize all this egalitarian "equality" nonsense is just a one-way street?
You'll never see a headline like this in reverse:
When women pay less, it's "justice." When men pay less, it's "discrimination!"
Remember folks: we live in a white male patriarchy!
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