You're giving me very 'superficial' stuff here, Zimmy.
Culture is not superficial. It is the ether we live in. Indeed, culture is the air we breathe. Sad, that you don't know that.
There are many real discriminations towards women,
You've not named any. Of course men and women are different therefore have different experiences but those are not necessarily discriminatory. In fact, I've decided to treat women the same as I treat men. Women hate that.
At work, men make more money for the very SAME position.
You are still eating Eve's apple. The comment you postulated has been a myth for decades now. The monetary figures that feminists falsely misuse are from the Department of Labor. All workers income is tabulated and indeed in general men do make more but I always find it amazing that some people (like yourself) never look into what that means.
1/Men, on average work longer hours than women (more overtime)
2/Women take time off for family reasons, sometimes opting out of the work force for year before reinterring it. That affects income.
3/Men work in the harsher and more dangerous professions thus get paid more. (what that means is the total figures will compare a counter perfume saleswoman with a construction worker or an oil rig worker, etc) I'll explain this most important aspect to you in more detail if you still don't get it.
It is against the law (several actually, including state and federal laws) to pay someone less for the same job. That's why there hasn't been a case of successful salary discrimination of any note in more than 2 decades even though some have been attempted.
I've debated rabid feminists who could not counter my logical and statistical points. Instead, they try to change the specific subject at hand and in a handful of instances resorted to name-calling.
And 'recruitors' sometimes discriminate applicants based on their genre.
That's true. In the past I've had to hire women because the Equal Opportunity Commission (EOC) wanted more females hired in certain positions, usually management. I've done this even when the woman was not the best qualified. It's called affirmative action.
Let's talk honestly about real life, and not ads and television.
So you don't 'feel' that the presentation of men and women doesn't affect on how society thinks about them? I'll believe that when women are shown to be the idiots especially in ads. Of course you won't see much (if any) of that because our 'politically correct' culture doesn't allow much of that.
I shouldn't even have to explain that.
Happy womens day.