There is no gender pay gap. It is a feminist myth.
How about the viewpoint of a feminist that knows more than just talking points?
How about that of a career expert and author on the subject?
Why The Gender Pay Gap is a Complete Myth
Men are far more likely to choose careers that are more dangerous, so they naturally pay more.
Men are far more likely to work in higher-paying fields and occupations (by choice).
Men are far more likely to take work in uncomfortable, isolated, and undesirable locations that pay more.Men work longer hours than women do. The average fulltime working man works 6 hours per week or 15 percent longer than the average fulltime working woman.
Men are more likely to take jobs that require work on weekends and evenings and therefore pay more.
Even within the same career category, men are more likely to pursue high-stress and higher-paid areas of specialization.
Despite all of the above, unmarried women who've never had a child actually earn more than unmarried men, according to Nemko and data compiled from the Census Bureau.
Women business owners make less than half of what male business owners make, which, since they have no boss, means it's independent of discrimination. The reason for the disparity, according to a Rochester Institute of Technology study, is that money is the primary motivator for 76% of men versus only 29% of women. Women place a higher premium on shorter work weeks, proximity to home, fulfillment, autonomy, and safety, according to Nemko.
How about this from the Wall Street Journal?
There Is No Male-Female Wage Gap
A study of single, childless urban workers between the ages of 22 and 30 found that women earned 8% more than men.
It goes on and on. THERE IS NO GENDER PAY GAP.
Ask yourself this: If there were a 25% pay gap then why would anyone hire men?
Maybe I would have come to the same conclusion as you if I had used Google instead of Bing.
You are as equal to men as you will allow yourself to be. It must be hard to let go of that victim card.