Well, not really. Actually, we’re number twenty-three.
In the 2013 World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Gender Gap Report, which measures women’s economic, political, educational, and health equality, the United States ranks at number 23 out of 136 countries around the world. The country falls behind many Nordic countries as well as Nicaragua, Cuba, and Burundi, among others.
The country also falls at number 17 out of the 49 high-income countries measured.
What War on Women?