I agree. *shrugs*These are arguments that do not apply to RATE OF PAY. Women who do these same risky jobs, put in the same hours, should not be denied the same RATE OF PAY.
That has nothing to do with what I said, or what he said in the video.
Only those who know they've lost the discussion try to tell the other person what they were saying. Good job at the attempt on the transparent strawman, but it's not what I said nor was it to what I was referring.You can try to argue that you are not replying to his position on the legislation, but really, you are, when you talk about his "general point".
Once again, I cannot help you notice the all important question.
"Are you disputing there is generally more societal pressure on the man to be the financial provider for the family?"
If you have ANY interest at all in an honest discussion, and are not just here to rant about things I've never said, you'll answer this question directly.