Category Archives: Stereotypes

Battle of Genders – Men vs. Women

Which gender has the upper-hand? I’ve always been proud to be a man; to know I dont have to deal with pregnancy, periods, and everything else that comes along with being a woman just feels like I won out. But what woman … Continue reading

Posted in Evolution, Masculinities, Motherhood, Sexuality, Stereotypes | 7 Comments

Is there room for a rainbow colored NFL Player?

In the past sports have been less than open to accept people of color into their clubs. Eventually, of course, Racism has died down and people of color play in professional sports daily. This took time for people to accept … Continue reading

Posted in Masculinities, Sexuality, Sports, Stereotypes, Television | 3 Comments

“Hail to the V”

Just a few days ago I was sitting on my couch watching TV, waiting for another commercial to end when I hear the narrator say the slogan “Hail to the V”. Now normally I do not feel the need to … Continue reading

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Segregation in 2013

At my high school, everyone was invited to prom. Hell, it was the social event of the year. However, the same doesn’t hold true for many high schoolers across the country, whose high schools and counties are stuck in a … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, Age/ Generation, Identitiy, Law/ Litigation, Race & Ethnicity, Social Media, Stereotypes | 11 Comments

Men ≠ Cross Dressing

Cross Dressing is the act of wearing clothing that is associated with the opposite sex within a society.  Cross dressing occurs every single day across the country, and most of the time it goes unnoticed and unquestioned.  Women wear men’s … Continue reading

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Differences in Childhood Lead to Gender Differences

Toys play a major role in shaping males and females into specific gender roles. Children are given gender related toys before they are even born and are taught what colors are acceptable for their gender at an early age. Children’s … Continue reading

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Under the Mistletoe

A few students at Boston University go around trying a survey that goes against our social norms. They go up to people in their university library and act like they are asking  a normal survey. The students ask people questions … Continue reading

Posted in Dating & Romance, Risk, Stereotypes | 2 Comments