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10 History In the last thirty years there has been considerable changes in the way men and womens regard each others roles and their image The sixties with the liberation of the pill and unisex fashion it meant that men and women started to present themselves in very similar ways Men adopted feminine styles of long hair floral patterns and paisley Women wore boyish clothes and gamine haircuts In the seventies women started to power dress wearing clothes that sometimes made them look like imitation men The eighties had men and women conforming and becoming conservative as the number of women in the workplace began to show its effect We saw a softer new man with terms rising such as SensitiveNewAageGuy Woman would now dress in tailored clothes with often long flowing locks The nineties contains a further growth in female employment and increasing concern with green issues with the prediction of a further blurring of traditional sex roles between man and women 20 Cultural Differences Some Eastern nationalities where they generally show very little emotion and little facial expression most of the time apart from when in grief In our culture women are generally considered more emotionally expressive In the East women are conditioned to make little direct eye contact giving them the impression of subordination and having little self-confidence 30 Society Society still associates power with masculinity causing many to find it difficult to connect power and femininity Therefore a large man in society will find it easier than a small man as size tends to be equated with power and significance Similarly its easier to be a small women than a large one Small people generally appear vulnerable and make others want to protect them in societys standards Society seems to like men to be the strong silent type and expect them to have decided views and opinions and clear goals Men are seen as being
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