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The former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations on Friday accused the United States of being “the only country in the world” in which “all women are treated like sex objects.”
Tom Shannon, who was the ambassador to the United Nations from July 2011 to June 2013, made his remarks in Washington at the annual summit of the North American Congress of Latin America’s Women’s Caucus.
He called on President-elect Donald Trump to “immediately rescind his decision regarding a UN Human Rights Council rule that prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender identity and expression.”
Shannon went on to say that women’s bodies “are used, abused and demeaned” even though they “never asked for it.”
“I have never seen a woman treated in this manner,” Shannon said. “We live in a society that is built on patriarchy. That’s not supposed to happen anywhere in the world.
The former ambassador said that gender equality in the United States “is going to come slowly because if not at first it will come at the expense of an entire class of people called women.”
Watch Shannon’s remarks below.
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