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The courses for women only were designed to inspire women to pursue the sciences. This does not mean that the courses are trying to discriminate against men; they are simply trying to get women to develop an interest in science. Most men already have this incentive, and do not need an extra push in the right direction. The science courses for women also encourage them to overcome precedents not set for men.
While few people earn minimum wages, many earn just enough to support themselves with low paying jobs. There are also a number of teenagers in low paying jobs. While some teenagers do this to earn money on the side, others work in low paying jobs for a living. This contributes to poverty, which, in turn, contributes to a lower class.
I think that the types of jobs people have indicate the presence of a class system. For example, a number of people in the U.S. clean houses and take out trash. As a result, they do not earn as much money as a doctor or teacher. This forces them to live in poor conditions.
Just as another thought, men are not completely equal to women. Men often have stereotype images of how they should be, and this limits them. For example, some men may not want to be teachers because the job is too "feminine", or enjoy "girly" pursuits such as knitting for fear of being teased. Men are also thought of as being "violent" and "emotional", which is not always the case. I think that society has made generalizations about both genders, and this holds them back. If people removed these views, men and women could behave as they wished without feeling pressured.
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!