The Discrimination of Women in Buddhism: An Ethical Analysis

@article{Paudel2017TheDO,
  title={The Discrimination of Women in Buddhism: An Ethical Analysis},
  author={Archana Paudel and Qun Dong},
  journal={Open Access Library Journal},
  year={2017},
  volume={4},
  pages={1-18}
}
Position of women in Buddhism has been debated for a long time. In my article, I will try to figure out the real situation of women in Buddhism. I will discuss something about sexism in Buddhist religion. There seem to be many difficulties that women fol... 
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