Color Coded Stereotypes

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I love a lot of the points that you brought up, specifically the examples about color coded stereotypes ( blue vs pink), as well as certain toys that are more "appropriate" for girls and boys. I wrote a similar topic, and due agree with you how these gender-role standards are limiting the potentials of BOTH genders. Females are still often associated with being the home-maker while men are working today.

" In most countries women/mothers are more involved in caregiving activities then mdn/fathers for both boys and girls," (pg. 235).

While in fact, in today's society, more often than not, these gender roles have switched. I believe that in order to create a change we need to start to teach children more flexibility in applying gender-role
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