In December 2015, representatives of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights visited the United States to assess the status of women in the country among men. Their task is to determine the extent to which American women “international human rights”. The organization’s report details what most women in the United States already know: in terms of politics, economy, health care, and security, we face far worse conditions than men. In many cases, the United Nations believes that women in the United States are seriously deprived of human rights in terms of international standards. According to the report, “In the United States, women lag behind international standards in terms of public and political representation, economic and social rights, and health and safety protection.” The United Nations points out that women account for less than 20% of parliamentary seats, averaging only national legislation. One quarter of the organization. Historically, these figures represent the progress of the United States, but on a global scale, our country ranks only 72nd among all countries in the world in terms of political equality. Based on interviews conducted in the United States, the United Nations representative concluded that the problem was caused by gender discrimination against women, which made it more difficult for women to raise political movements than men. They observed that “especially, this was mainly because male political networks were excluded and promoted funding.” In addition, they suspected that negative gender stereotypes and “prejudice” on women on the media platform would raise funds for women. And the ability to win political positions has a negative impact.