Gender stereotypes easing more for girls than boys
If a girl wants to try her hand at baseball or ice hockey, she's likely to be praised as plucky.
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#1 May 7, 2011
Well its funny you should mention this.
I am getting on in my years and I have seen quite a lot. And I have to say from making decisions on my own, that certain girls were made to do certain things. There is always the neighborhood tom-boy who wants to play baseball with the boys. It just happens.
But in the long run over time, I still feel that the traditional woman taking care of a home, cooking and such is what women should really be doing.
I also do not believe that women do not belong in certain parts of the working world, unless completely necessary.
I do not consider myself to be what has been termed over the years as a male chauvinist but it is nice to see that men these days do not have to rely on women as much. Leaving them more freedom to not be able to cook or run a household ideally. That is without being away from everyone on their own. Which is what they really want.
Still, and not being prejudice, a woman's place is in the home.
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