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The only category where men pay more than women is underwear – men typically pay .44 more for underwear than women.
However, women are paying more than a .44 difference when it comes to dress pants, dress shirts, sweaters, jeans, shirts, and socks.
Accounting for inflation, that figure is now closer to 35 per year.
If that figure doesn’t shock you, maybe this will: By the time a woman turns 29 (like me), she’ll have spent an estimated ,203 on the pink tax alone!
Suzanne Mc Gee knows all too well the additional cost that’s incurred when a female goes to the dry cleaners.
“I’ve been hit with the pink tax again,” she wrote in a column for The Guardian.
According to a report in the Los Angeles Times, because income was once a determining factor in one’s ability to obtain credit, women were often denied as a result of earning less than men.
But I couldn’t avoid it…I ended up getting charged for cleaning my ‘female’ shirt and not the .25 a man would have been charged.” To prove her theory, Mc Gee had a male friend return to the dry cleaner with an identical shirt to see how much he would be charged to have the same plain, cotton, long-sleeved shirt dry cleaned.Sabrina has a lean figure and she may be taking care of her diet. Women working to achieve financial independence face an extra hurdle: the hidden cost of being female.Can you imagine how much money I could have right now if I’d put the money I spent on the pink tax in a savings account? In 2015, the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) published a report on the pink tax entitled “From Cradle to Cane: The Cost of Being a Female Consumer”.The report found that women’s products cost more than men’s products 42 percent of the time. By comparison, men’s products cost more than the female version 18 percent of the time.
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As a singer, Sabrina has released various singles and an extended play titled Can’t Blame a Girl for Trying on April 8, 2014, via Hollywood Records. Other than television films, her first film was comedy film Noobz for her role as Brittney, which was released in 2012.