So you haven't seen numerous studies regarding this at ALL?
Regarding abortion, you should know that the percentage of pro-lifers is equal among women and men.
Source, please. And I was addressing BIRTH CONTROL, not abortion. The fact that you're already confusing the two tells me where you stand on this one....
Regarding "government run by men". Most women don't seem to have a problem with that, given that they vote for men. Women are a majority of the voters.
...wow. I don't even know what to make of this argument, other than it assumes that women aren't in government because women aren't voting for them, and women "don't have a problem with this"? What? No.
And "rape culture"? Last I checked, rapists are the most despised criminals in the world. Even other criminals _hate_ them.
Then why is there so much victim blaming and shaming, and trying to solve the problem by telling women where to go and what to wear versus teaching men not to rape? Why have I run into women who make comments like "At least if you're ugly, you won't be raped" like being attractive has anything to do with it? That's called "rape culture".
You're obviously a victim of head-in-the-sand-itis, so I don't expect a coherent reply to this other than "Uh...uh...YOUR MOM!"
I know people in my area who have been, and I live in a supposedly "liberal" area. That's kinda terrifying.
Where should I start, or do you live with your head in the sand?
For women, earning the same as men. Not having our right over our own bodies and choice over childbirth being decided by men. Not having a government run by mostly men. Not being discriminated against in the workforce. Better healthcare. Elimination of the rape culture.
For the LGBT community...I think what they'd like is the freedom to be who they are without losing their jobs, being assaulted or murdered, you know...basic human rights.
That's just the short list. For the rest, well...I'd advise maybe getting out there and well, being in the world. Ya know.
"Spock, did you see the looks on their faces?" "Yes, Captain, a sort of vacant contentment."