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Essay 1 final draftFeb 3 2000There are many definitions of gender in society today and there are many reasons for these different definitions To every person gender may have a different meaning depending on personal experiences or depending on how they choose to view it I tend to lean towards the more typical definition of gender I see gender as a way of categorizing people by their actions and or physical appearanceGender is an issue brought up a lot in todays society and has been an issue for many years Issues such as whether or not women can do the same jobs as well as men or whether or not women are as smart as men comes up a lot in discussions about gender In my opinion anyone can do anything they set their minds to whether they be male or female It is obvious that men and women are different physically but there is no scientific evidence that says that men are smarter or more superior than women in anyway This image of women being inferior is slowly disappearing and will hopefully someday be non-existent I am a very sensitive person and people may attribute that to me being of the female gender but in reality it doesnt have to be that way People are branded as feminine or masculine by their actions their emotions and their physical traits I find myself defining gender along with society I myself have stated many times how for instance women body builders have very masculine builds I have also made many other similar comments conforming to the way society stereotypes femininity and masculinity I have never sat back and tried to think of what it would be like if women typically were very muscular like a bodybuilder Would the bodybuilding men be considered very feminine looking Society stereotypes people in this way because it is a way to categorize and define people By saying a
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