Discrimination is defined in civil rights law as; unfavorable or unfair treatment of a person, or class of persons in comparison to others who are not members of the protected class because of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, age, physical/mental handicap, sexual harassment, sexual orientation or reprisal for opposition to discriminatory practices or participation in the Equal Employment Opportunity(EEO) process. Federal EEO laws prohibit an employer from discriminating against persons in all aspects of employment, including recruitment, selection, evaluation, promotion, training, compensation, discipline, retention and working conditions, because of their protected status. It is unlawful to discriminate against any employee or applicant because of the individual's national origin. No one can be denied equal employment opportunity because of birthplace, ancestry, culture, or linguistic characteristics common to a specific ethnic group. Equal employment opportunity cannot be denied because of marriage or association with persons of a national origin group; membership or association with specific ethnic promotion groups; attendance or participation in schools, churches, temples or mosques generally associated with a national origin group; or a surname associated with a national origin group. Discrimination is and always will be a prominent issue in life. Whether it is an act of discrimination against someone due to his or her gender, age, ethnic background or sexual preference, this subject will undoubtedly never go away.
Beginning from the day the man and the woman is created; there has always been a struggle between these two kinds. In addition, the winner of this struggle is as always the victorious man. The womankind has always been crushed. Since there are two opposite types of a kind, we can say that they are different types that are being discriminated. Of course, it is the hard and physically heavy work, which men could resist more when compared to women.