I think the classic stay at home mom and dad with a 9-5 office job. One thing that helps establish this are religions. People that don't fit into the perfect mold feel different and feel like they don't belong. It can cause people to try to fit into people that they aren't, and they live miserable lives.
Religion is DEFINITELY a big one.
Religion is huge.
I agree as a result of people not belonging they often try to be something they are not.
Guys are "suppose" to be the ones that provide for the whole family, they are expected to be strong and not cry or show weakness really. Girls are more along the lines of clean and cook and do everything there husband says. Different cultures are definitely different when it comes to roles, depending on how the government or news or social medias or tv shows/movies or religion ect perceive the "Guy" or "girl" roles is kindve what makes a culture. They might feel different, like they don't fit in.
Another example is a family. They might expect the guy to marry a woman, but some people don't feel that way.
Guys have just as many emotions as girls do and the fact that they shouldn't show this is not ok.. I feel if a guy has some feelings he shouldn't be afraid of not fitting in just because he expressed his feelings
Men would be the strong working type, and women the cleaning and cooking type. Those are some preconceived roles. I think the culture has a big influence on what types of "roles" each gender play. The jobs that are needed to be done usually are assigned to a gender, and cultures decide if they will be one assigned gender or whoever with the skill do that job.
I agree that cultures decide what jobs will be given out depending on what skills they have.
I agree that cultures definitely assign jobs and skills to genders.
Culture definitely has an effect on us. What's one way that culture has changed you?
Guys work and girls take care of the kids. Certain cultures have strict roles. A girl can't do certain things or vise versa. They feel useless and unwanted.
I definitely agree that they could feel useless or unwanted
Certain cultures definitely have strict rules making people feel trapped
I think some cultures are really harsh on the gender roles and I agree that they might feel useless or unwanted.
I feel bad for people in those cultures that can make you feel stuck in their roles. They should be able to do anything they put their mind to.
I think it's the mom staying home with the kids and the dad going to a big job everyday and paying the bills and the kids go to school while the mom takes care of the baby. The culture helps because some cultures have girls and boys doing different things but it's also how your parents expect you to act if you're a girl a boy you should do what your mom or dad does when you grow up. I think someone would feel lonely because their parents and siblings want them to do what they are doing and some parents don't understand when their kid wants to do something different.
I agree the wife takes care of the house and the guy gets the dough.
I agree with you. The guys were supposed to be the "providers" and the women were the "caretakers."
Parents say you can do whatever you want when you grow up, but they actually want you to be like them.
I agree that the way we are raised affects how we act and how we see "gender roles". Some feel that men should work and some feel that anyone should.
When the wife stays at home and cleans, cooks, and does everything for her husband and children. Different cultures definitely have a different idea of what responsibilities guys and girls have. People that don't fit in might think they don't belong and feel kind of miserable.
I agree that a lot of stereotypes for girls is that they do everything for their husbands
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I think of the stay-at-home mom and the working dad. Religions and beliefs help determine if someone is a boyish or a girlish. Everyone has different beliefs so no one can truly determine this. Some people accept that they are different, but some feel bad for being different.
I like how you said some people will accept it!
Religion is definitely a biggy. Depending on which one you are, you have different "roles."
I agree, everybody has different beliefs and they shouldn't have to feel bad for expressing them!
Sometimes people accept their differences but more often than not they pretend to be someone else.
Some if the preconceived things are that guys are the ones that get a job, pay the bills, they can go out and ride motorcycles, fix the car, and they can do they're own thing. Girls are the ones that need to stay inside, cook, clean, they also need to hold themselves up to a higher standard and they have to be"lady-like".
Cultures can affect this because people need to fit the social standard like the "American Dream". People who don't fit this might feel left out or they might feel like they're held to a lower social class. Some people, however, might just choose to be a non-conformist
I notice that guys are supposed to always be strong and never show there weaknesses or cry or any of that. They support and provide for everything. While women are suppose to do what they're told when they're told. I feel that a boy or a girl can and should do what they want and not care what society or the "gender rules" have to say.
I agree with you that men try to be the strong ones because they may feel that if they are strong then their wife's and kids may look up to them and believe more.
Women usually stay at home and nurture the kinds. Guys are the protector and providers. It helps establish what the purpose of the boy and girl is in the community. People probably feel abandoned or left out if they don't fit their roles.
Great point with the purpose of the boys and girls in the community. Do you feel like you fit these roles?
In many cultures it's perceived that the women are supposed to stay at home and let the man go to work and make money to pay the bills. The woman takes care of the home and children. Cultures affect how those roles are seen because many cultures encourage the stereotyping and fit with the belief. I think people should stand up to these gender roles because it isn't fair. People should be allowed to do what they want.
I agree with you that these rules for men and women aren't fair
Some perceived gender roles would be that the man has to be the leader of the household and be able to provide, while the woman has to take care of the house and the children. A way culture helps establish these roles is religion and the doctrine from it. People who don't fit into the roles would feel left out and really different.
The mom usually stays home and the dad goes to work and supports the family. I think that something that plays into is religion. People may think that they don't belong.
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