Gender differences have been noted in inequalities of incomes. The gap of income between the women who are working for the medium wage to those working for low wages has grown tremendously more than what has been observed in the population of men. It is not surprising at all that since women are more likely to work for the minimum wages as men.
The introduction of new issues such as inheritance rights, ownership rights among others in the societies expands the disparities further since women are not entitled wholly to accumulate wealth. The society laws are contributing to the disparities in the sense that the laws being used do favor a few and oppresses the majority of the people. In this case, few people are allowed to have wealth, and majorities are being oppressed in return.
Women are the most affected people in the society. Most societal laws do not favor them, and only a few manage to own properties and run business that brings them return. The main causes of gender inequality are stereotypes, cultural and religious beliefs, social roles, unequal government policies (Healey 22-27).
The greatest dangers of social inequalities in the society are that it leads to dissatisfaction among the members of the society. If the wealth is by a few in the society, the rest of the members end up getting dissatisfied, and this limits the accessibility of resources to the majority to enhance their social development. Tis in turn makes the members find alternative means to support themselves, in the process social vices such as stealing, robbery, vandalism emerge in the society
Different races have differing views on social classes and gender. Some races are believed to be of a higher social class while others are believed to be poor. For example, Africans are regarded to be of a lower social class as compared to the whites. Different races have varying perception on gender. For example in the Arab world, the female gender is frail while in America gender equality is