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THE SENSITIVE GENDER SUBJECT There has always been a fine line between men and women Gender bias has existed for decades and unfortunately the belief that women are inferior to men has set society back in terms of how people live their home and business lives Yet over the years so much of peoples attention has been on the unjust treatment of women while the mistreatment of men has been overlooked and most of the time deemed non-existent A contributing factor to why people are mistreated or looked down upon is because they do not fit a criteria To be the ideal man or woman in society today there are certain sets of unwritten guidelines that must be followed For instance a real man might be expected to be strong not only mentally but also physically work pay the bills watch sports mow the lawn burp be insensitive and think about sex every 15 seconds While women are supposed to stay at home take care of the kids and the house be sensitive emotional proper and feminine all the time In a relationship men are supposed to be in control pay for everything and try to consider the womens feelings Meanwhile women just have to sit back be taken care of and occasionally bring the guy a beer during a football game It would be inappropriate to hear a female burp or sit down and root for the home team Society has made women think that these things are unladylike and only for men to do Men are deemed sissies if they go to the opera or watch Oprah Who exactly makes up the hypothetical rules that we live our lives by The answer is simple we do Men set standards for other men and women whereas women set standards for men and other women For example a woman who is a pro basketball player may not be considered to be a typical woman
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