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Is One Rodman Enough In todays world everybody has his or her own view of what makes a male masculine and a female feminine If a male were to possess some traits that would be known as feminine he would be seen as a homosexual Likewise if a female were to possess some traits that would be known as masculine she would be looked upon as being butch Present day television shows and films mold most peoples views on gender identity A persons job helps to define their gender identity in other peoples eyes Television and films portray certain professions to be very feminine For example have you ever seen a macho male hair stylist in a movie or on television A persons choice of clothing also molds their gender identity in other peoples eyes If a man were to wear tight pink spandex all the time he would be looked upon as being a homosexual because spandex was made for females to wear However knowing all of this there are some people who are considered exceptions to these concepts Dennis Rodman is one of these exceptions Rodman is a professional basketball player who is known for his aggressive style of play on the court This aggressive style gives him a very masculine image Nonetheless he portrays himself as having many feminine characteristics when he is not playing basketball Knowing this are people like Dennis Rodman redefining the gender identities Persons who display success and high status in their social group who exhibit a manly air of toughness confidence and self-reliance and the aura of aggression
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