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Women in parts of the world continue to lose their legal rights in marriage.
For example, Yemeni marriage regulations state that a wife must obey her husband and must not leave home without his permission.
Saudi Arabia was the most recent country, as of August 2015, to extend the right to vote to women in 2011.
While almost every woman today has the right to vote, there is still progress to be made for women in politics.
In this sense, the inequality of law making power also causes the gender discrimination in politics. Thoman and others (2008) hypothesize that "[t]he socio-cultural salience of ability versus other components of the gender-math stereotype may impact women pursuing math".
Laws, regulations, and traditions related to marriage continue to discriminate against women in many parts of the world, and to contribute to the mistreatment of women, in particular in areas related to sexual violence and to self-determination in regard to sexuality, the violation of the latter now being acknowledged as a violation of women's rights; in 2012, Navi Pillay, then High Commissioner for Human Rights, has stated that: "Women are frequently treated as property, they are sold into marriage, into trafficking, into sexual slavery.As a result of this experiment and the sociocultural beliefs in the United States, Thoman and others concluded that individuals' academic outcomes can be affected by the gender-math stereotype component that is influenced by the sociocultural beliefs.