#7. Women have the right to exclusive benefits for being a business owner
Own a small business? If you’re a woman you can get significant benefits from the government. There are multitudes of resources available to women that are not available to men, such as loans and tax breaks. There’s even free grant money available with direct appropriations coming out of the taxpayer’s wallet in order to give women a leg-up in starting a businesses.
The Small Business Administration aggressively regulates male-owned businesses that try to pass themselves off as female owned.
From the SBA:
If you are a male-owned business and you make your wife or another woman 51 percent owner of the stock in order to qualify for 8(a) benefits, you are spinning your wheels. The SBA auditor will know what you are doing: 51 percent ownership is a red flag. Similarly, if the auditor comes to your office and sees that the male’s office is bigger than the female’s, you are not going to be certified. You must be able to show that the business is managed and controlled on a daily basis by a woman, and that the woman is the person who makes the day-to-day decisions of the company.
So tell us more about this patriarchy you speak of?