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Extreme Roles In every country city town and neighborhood in the world there are stereotypes We all live in a classified area where you can be regarded as rich poor or middle class Within those three types there becomes sub-categories where ethnicity gender and sexuality also become a part of the environment The list goes on and on In David H Hwangs M Butterfly the roles of men and women in the Eastern and Western society are extremely limited in that men and women are both expected to act there part Being a women in Eastern society means basically to do whatever possible to please your man Song although we come to find is actually a man played the part of the perfect women Gallimard I have a vision Of the Orient That deep within its almond eyes there are still women Women willing to sacrifice themselves for the love of a man Even a man whose love is completely without worthAct three scene three pg92 Song knew from experience that men of the Western world loved submissive women who would do anything to please the man they were with Femininity is displayed as weak and passive In order to find a man a women had to do anything even accept the fact that there husbands would find a mistress on the side It was socially acceptable to be intentionally blind to what your husband was doing The same also seemed to take place in the Western world as well although not at such extreme cases Helga assumed that Gallimard took up a mistress while living in the Orient Masculinity in this novel seems to be the more women you have in your lifetime the more you are considered a man Gallimard To us Toulon knows And he approves I was learning the benefits of being a man We form our own clubs sit behind thick doors
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