I've been pressed to give my opinion on the rights of women--a simple yes or no reply. Knowing that rights of individuals may be defined differently according to the individual defining them, I've been hesitant to offer a simple answer to an issue that involves many aspects. I suppose the best way to start is let others define, in their view, what those right are or should be, giving me an opportunity to address each in turn. In general, my position is women have the same rights as men in American society: they can vote for their representatives, they are free to seek prosperity and compete in the job and business markets, and they are not bound by any artificial restrictions where their liberties and freedoms are concerned. You might disagree with the above, and feel free to point out your view. What I'm hoping for is a list of rights that you believe women don't posses, or that men do but are denied to woman. Or maybe women should have special right in your opinion. It's a topic that has come up in other threads, but never seems to be defined very well. Your thoughts?