In our mind, we have a wrong idea of equality. We have associated the word equality only with the women. It is not only about also for all the variety of genders.
Members of a society to be truly equal must be not above or below in status, opportunity or power.
The definition of equal opportunity is the aggregation of policies and practices in employment and other areas that do not discriminate against persons on the basis of race, colour, age, sex, national origin.
The paradox of equality accounts for the fact that at times, justice requires a legal differentiation between two people, such as to treat them equally would be unjust.
Differentiation is not discrimination. Discrimination is an evaluation that a particular differentiation constitutes disadvantages against a particular group and that such disadvantages render the differentiation illegitimate.
If equality requires the same treatment of those who are similarly situated the paradox of equality reminds us that we cannot treat similarly those who are not similarly situated.
If one is able to decide when equality is reached for all the equality for all has not been reached. This looks like a dictatorship. So, if the approach is wrong, so we cannot reach the equality.
As Aristotle says, equality is not same. According to him, in his politics, the city is made up not only of a number of human beings differing in kind: a city does not arise from persons who are similar.