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Since the beginning of history, sexism has always been a prominent barrier between

sexes. The notion that women are not on the same level as men has always been in existence. We

see that even during the book of exodus this belief stems from the creation of Eve, through a rib

of Adam. From scripture, Eve 's roll was to be considered as a servant and a temptress, the sole

reason why Adam ate the apple. Consequently Eve is blamed as being the reason mankind is not

living in a paradise. Sexism has continued throughout ancient history and continues occur in our

own environment to this day.

Sexism is defined as the discrimination or hatred against people based on their gender

rather then their individual
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Most people would debate that

men are much stronger and better athletes. According to the race however, there was very little

difference between man and woman versus the first man and the last man. Clearly this shows

that gender bias if not ethical is clearly incorrect.

What about emotions? Do certain genders carry more tendency to act a certain way? In

1970 a study conducted by two psychologists at Stanford university showed four amazing things.

They sifted though nearly 1500 research papers, studied behavior tendencies and only found

four differences: Males are more aggressive then females, girls have better verbal skills

then boys, boys have better visual-spatial ability and boys have better mathematical ability from

about thirteen onward. Another interesting piece of information that they discovered that on

average these differences were extremely small. (Shaw, 21)

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