Essay on An Ideal Society

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AN IDEAL SOCIETY The world is a complicated place and today's standards of society make it even more difficult to live and act in one's own way. I sometimes wonder what life would be like if we could start all over and build a brand new society - a society that guarantees social justice for all groups and full rights to every individual. Would there be a way to make everything and everyone equal? From the beginning society has been judgmental in one way or another, rather it is through racism, sexism, or classicism. There has always been a group of people who declared themselves righteous above all others and if one was not a part of this group he or she was discriminated against simply for not being the same as the dominating group. …show more content…
In order for males and females to be treated equally and work side by side in every aspect of society, all children need to be given the opportunity to learn about what they are interested in and not let gender interfere with what they have a passion to do in life. In every culture of an ideal world one's sex would have no significance except to indicate which individual would give birth. While we in today's society have stereotyped what men and women are best and worst at, neither sex should be discriminated upon simply because of their gender. One of the worst problems in society today is the vast difference between the upper, middle, and lower classes because the benefits and burdens are not equally distributed among them and there is discrimination towards those who do not fit the mold of high society. Individuals in the upper class, whom are viewed as having the highest status in society, receive quality service wherever they go and are able to shower themselves with luxuries because they can and have the money to spend. Those classified as part of the middle class live comfortably indulging their desires occasionally, but they do not squander their funds for unnecessary items that they are able to live without. The persons labeled as lower class citizens struggle to make ends meet and are not capable of buying articles that are not absolutely needed. Because these individuals have a low income