In Chawosauria, women face discrimination, harassment, abuse, and legal challenges not experienced by men. Despite this, Emperor Degotoga K. Atagulkalu attempted to make progress on women's rights, notably the Civil Rights Act of 2017, National Gender Equality Wages Amendment, and Section 130. Before DKA was Emperor, an early Progressive law was passed in favor of women, the Reproductive Rights Act of 2016, which legalizes Abortions in Chawosauria nationwide. In 2015, the Feminist Revolutions erupted to demand for women's rights.

In Chawosauria, as of 2018, Chawosaurians still hold Socially Conservative views against Women's Rights. Gender Discrimination is still encouraged in public and private schools, the workplace, and voting. Sexual harassment toward women is also encouraged in public and private schools, the workplace, the military, and voting, where women in some places in Chawosauria are allowed to vote.

Women in Chawosauria are widely discouraged from voting in elections, working, joining the military, and teaching. Most Chawosaurian Politicians in the 2018-2019 Government hold Socially Liberal views supportive of women's rights, but prefer not to pass too many feminist laws to avoid alienating their Social Conservative constituents.

Despite Chawosauria's lack of progress on women, Samantha Wawetseka became the first woman in the world to reign Chawosauria as Supreme Leader, only to be deposed from power because of her gender and passed away shortly after due to poor health. Malina Lusa Parker became the second woman after Empress Wawetseka to reign Chawosauria, she was assassinated a month after taking power. Unlike the Supreme Leaders before Timothy Max Roosevelt, who were men, these two women rulers didn't have the ability to reign Chawosauria freely in peace.

History Edit

Back in the time of the Chawalliankalitans, Chawosauria's record on women's rights was fairly good, women were independent of themselves, they were allowed to self-rule themselves, and gender equality was encouraged. That changed drastically after the First Brutal War in the mid to late 19th Century, and since the beginning of the 20th Century, in the height of Christianization, the rights of women, as well as the social attitudes of women, have deteriorated, from good to bad.

The decline of women's rights have deteriorated even worse under the era of Communist control, and as of 2018, it continues to deteriorate despite attempts to improve the rights of women.