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People are shaped and formed through life experiences Life is about making choices and there is often not a right or wrong path In the essay The politics of Muscle Steinem explores that society looks upon women as weak compared to men and they are not meant to play sports In The men we carry in our minds Sanders implies that there are gender expectations for men and women Such as men are often forced to work and provide for their family compared to a woman who has to be the caretakers of the house hold Furthermore in Beauty When the other dancer is the self Walker explores the thought that society influences the idea that beauty is an important feature to have in life Moreover society embraces men and women to be a certain way People believe that beauty is through only apperences Beauty is more than apperences it is also from within the heart In the essay Beauty When the other dancer is the self Walker as a young child grows up struggling to fell beautiful after the lose of her eye but it was never her apperence that was important but that fact that she had a gentle heart Even though in the essay politics of muscle steinem imples beauty is eveything and only thing for a women Simple because women do not belong to anything a man would do so she believes women are best at showing their beautySociety impacts people to believe that certian occupations are meant for certain men or women Most often people strive to get a job but only certain people can fill in the necessary requirments For example it would be acceptable for a woman to inheirt a job as a secretary or a nurse because thats what society looks upon women as a well organized gentle to others person type As for a man it would be appropiate as
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