13 unspoken struggles women have to deal with

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13 Unspoken Struggles Women Have to Deal With
Being a woman isn't always easy, especially when there are so many struggles that men do no relate to. From moodiness, to weight loss, weight gain, child bearing, sexism, and equal pay the list goes on and on.

These are 13 of the many unspoken struggles women have to deal with. What else have you experienced as a woman?

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10. Kansas

Gender wage gap: 79 cents per dollar (25th best)
Poverty rate, women: 15.2% (23rd lowest)

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9. Alabama

Gender wage gap: 79 cents per dollar (12th worst)
Poverty rate, women: 20.5% (5th highest)

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8. Indiana

Gender wage gap: 74 cents per dollar (7th worst)
Poverty rate, women: 17.5% (20th highest)

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7. South Dakota

Gender wage gap: 75 cents per dollar (10th worst)
Poverty rate, women: 15.5% (24th lowest)

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6. Montana

Gender wage gap: 74 cents per dollar (6th worst)
Poverty rate, women: 17.7% (18th highest)

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5. North Dakota

Gender wage gap: 70 cents per dollar (5th worst)
Poverty rate, women: 12.8% (10th lowest)

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4. Mississippi

Gender wage gap: 77 cents per dollar (16th worst)
Poverty rate, women: 26.6% (the highest)

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3. Idaho

Gender wage gap: 76 cents per dollar (13th worst)
Poverty rate, women: 16.2% (7th lowest)

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2. Wyoming

Gender wage gap: 69 cents per dollar (2nd worst)
Poverty rate, women: 12.1% (7th lowest)

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1. Utah

Gender wage gap: 70 cents per dollar (4th worst)
Poverty rate, women: 13.6% (13th lowest)

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