A woman's work is never done. Maybe that's because she has to earn more to pay for everyday items.

The Daily Share looked into a somewhat ignored trend in which merchandise and services for women tend to cost more than similar products for men.

It's an alarming type of discrimination. For instance, a man's razor cost $8.56, while a woman's goes for $9.97. And there are plenty of more examples, too, ranging from perfume to dry cleaning to long-term insurance.

California is the lone state in the country that has outlawed gender pricing discrimination, so this is an issue that affects more people than you may think.

Have you ever seen or experienced gender pricing discrimination? What items were involved? What items are you willing to pay more for out of sheer necessity?