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In the year 2000 the average person is spending more of hisher leisure time watching television or using their computer The shows on TV and the information available to us available through all types of media influence our decision process An individuals perception of the world is ever-changing as heshe recieves more and more information Although being informed is good it can be very dangerous TV influences every aspect of our lives our life style what we wear how we look and how we act Children are more susceptible to the influence of television compared to adults This is true because of a lack of maturity Children often identify with a popular movie or television character although both adults and children are influenced by television Information acquired through all media can be destructive We know information can be harmful when we use the terms tomboy and sissy These terms automatically make the accused party an outcast The term tomboy is used when referring to a girl who may seem slightly masculine whereas the term sissy is used to describe a boy whe may seem slightly feminine The socially accepted despcription of what it is to be masculine is to be strong to be able to support a family and to have high stamina On the other hand what it is to be feminine is to be a loving mother and to stay home with their kids Men and women have very specific and very different dress codes Men must where suits and women must wear dresses Men must stay away from feminine colours such as purple and pink Whoever crosses the gendre based lines may be made fun of or shunned by others We are not only trying to fit in the gendre molds ourselves but also tend to pass them on to our own children We attempt to protect them from being shunned by society by setting the mold for them as well
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