Asked if boys and girls were sometimes treated differently 96% of 10-14 year old girls and 98% of 15-17 year-olds said yes

Almost all Australian girls aged between 10 and 17 surveyed about gender inequality said they receive unequal treatment to boys, and 91% said it would be easier to get ahead if they were treated like boys.

On Wednesday the child rights agency Plan International Australia released the results from a survey of 1,742 girls in a report called The Dream Gap: Australian girls’ views on inequality.

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