Is there a difference between how boys and girls are brought up today?Do you think men have tried to get out of some of their stereotypes?Have they succeeded?In my opinion is however you parents raise you because if your parents have money and take you to a private school and you have a good education your parents expectations are higher than others there son have to succeeded in life.For a girl its harder because they always limit you from everything you want to do.
I agree with you Briselda sometimes it doesn't always depend on gender its how you were raised. My parents may not have the same expectations as anyone else's parents when it comes to succeeding or growing up.
There is a difference between how boys and girls are brought up today. I still believe some cultural things remain slightly the same. For example women still are supposed to do the “women duties” around the house like cooking and cleaning, but they can also work and help provide for their families. For men it’s vice versa, they were seen to be the providers and muscles for the house, and now they help cook and clean. I do think men and women have tried to get out of these stereotypes. Men and women now believe they can do anything, no matter what the gender, and they have succeeded. We see this just about every day single mothers or single fathers performing the opposite genders responsibilities alone.
I agree that we have been seeing these changes everyday. It seems like lifestyles are improving because of this and I am glad we are here to witness this change. I believe in the near future we will see even a more drastic shift in our world today.
Yes, I agree there are a lot of single parents who have to the same the responsibilities, but many old traditions still don't believe in that. They expect the men to be working and the women to cook and clean as house wife's. But yes a lot has changed and I think many men have succeeded and should have to show that they cant do women's work. We all have a choice whether we want to be house wife's and work.
I agree with you about the cultural things remaining the same. In my family the women would always cook, clean, and take care of the children that's the way we were brought up. In my case i cook for my girlfriend and clean my father is happy i do this because back i his day he wouldn't do any of that.
I think that girls are raised differently, from what I see on social media,girls are taught to be fearless and be awesome in every way. In a way this makes sense because women were thought of being inferior to a man. Now,girls are more active in sports just like boys. A girl can be sporty too,before they were staying at home helping clean and now they are playing baseball or soccer. It makes me feel cheated a bit because I was raised differently and was expected to clean more,help more. But my brother was just the opposite not because he was lazy, but male. In my opinion, men have tried to break away from typical stereotypes but I dont think it's possible. Not for now, I dont think it'll happen unless men change the way they view themselves.
There are many women who do play sports, it can be any type of sport. Before they couldn't even play sports, it has changed dramatic. My parents never brought us up with sports, they let us try it but we never liked it. But at least they gave us a choice, now my brother like to watch sports but they don't like to play it. I do believe should not be seen as weak they should be able to choose what they want to do in life.
Yes, I do believe boys and girls are brought up differently today then before. Traditions have been replaced by free choice and opinion. Children are now witnessing peers and relatives break barriers. Also, youth TV networks have transformed advocating self-identity. Depending on their financial status, many males have began various ventures escaping typical 9-5 jobs which their elders once held. I believe men have succeeded breaking out of their stereotypes doing this.
When we look at the difference between boys and girls we noticed that they both can do the same things. We see that boys still stick to what they learn, but I also see that more men want to become women. They are finally not afraid to come out and girls also are coming out wanting to be boys. Now these days it has changed a lot, and parents are starting to support there children. And some parents are still by old tradition. The way boys and girls are brought up today yes I do see a big difference now, tradition has changed a lot within these years. There are boys who are now coming out wanting to be women and some people might not agree but this is the new tradition and hopefully old tradition will see that were still the same no matter how we look, dress and think. Many men have succeeded but a lot of people still don't agree with it.
I do think there is still a difference in how boys and girls are brought up today, despite the fact that many parents today encourage freer thinking in this regard, and frequently, educators and media tell us that people of any gender can do any kind of role. Unfortunately, this freer thinking is contradicted by other forces, such as parents who are more conservative, and cultural items like toys, movies and t.v., games, clothes and advertisements which still send messages promoting male/female gender differences. For instance, children's toy stores usually have very different sections for girls and boys, with the boys' section focused on war toys and highly muscular action figures, and the girls' section is full of pink and sparkly toys and games of makeup and clothes or baby dolls and homemaking. I think men are trying to get out of their stereotypes, but in some ways it is more difficult for men than it is for women to live free of gender stereotypical behavior - not because it's natural to them, but because society makes a bigger deal about it. Women tend to be granted more freedom by society in terms of the amount of gender "rules" we can "break" without society criticizing us. For instance, it has not been an issue for a long time about whether it's appropriate for a woman to wear pants, yet a man wearing a skirt is still commented on. There seem to be a myriad of unspoken rules which men are expected to follow, which seem like they'd be very limiting. A female like myself can like traditionally male-oriented things like electric guitars, comic books and Science Fiction alongside Jane Austen, strawberry daiquiris and high couture, and I won't be criticized for either set of interests, whereas a male would be criticized for the so-called feminine parts of his interests. So even though men have the advantage in our society in many ways, in this way they are given less freedom than are women. Ideally we should all feel that we can be ourselves and pursue whatever truly interests us, and live our lives the way we please. Today many more people choose to look beyond these kind of gender constructions, and choose to live out the human qualities they like the best, rather than being defined by their biology.
There is a difference on how boys and girls are raised today on they way they are dressed, sex advisory, freedom/choices, types of jobs etc..
Back in the days girls and boys had a specific way of dressing men for example a shirt and slacks and woman were ment to wear a dress and nothing but a dress. Now a days boys and girls are free to wear whatever they desire parents might not always agree, but children now a days do what they want when they want. Girls dress with much less clothes on their backs showing what god created, and boys with tighter or loose clothing in comparison to the past.
Now a days sex is a common subject between parents and their kids. Both genders are advised about using protection, option of obortion for women, and are not forced to marry because of a pregnancy. In the past sex was not an action but something a bit more sacred then what it is today.
Boys and girls are brought up with a mentality that they can be anything no matter of the sex compared to only men are ment to be the providers blah blah blah. Girls have come a long way to break all boundaries and will someday be consider equal even be superior from men. Alot has changed good and bad, but for certain alot more will change on the way of raising are children
In my opinion, boys and girls are brought up very different today, and we can notice it. The stereotype in the past was a father as a provider and a mother as a housewife. It is possible that it kind of model had a economic disadvantage, but their children grew up with clear goals and a well-formed character to face life. Even though this kind of life was rough for some people, it helped us to be a person who work hard to get all things we want. The problem with this generation is that youth think they deserve everything without a cost or sacrifice. Today, parents want to give everything to their children, but they forget to teach them to work hard to get it. I am not oppose to women working, buy both father and mother have to spend time with their children loving, teaching, and forging them as productive people for the country. Neighborhood could influence young people with many ideologies if we do not do a good job as parents.
There has being o lot of change in the way children are brought up now days. I can see how boys are allowed to play with dolls or dishes and girls play soccer or baseball, what it was not seen ok in the old days.
This changes tend to build a more neutral character on children ( boys or girls) specially when they are introduced to this type of structure early in their lives.
I believe that boys and girls today are brought up different from each other and different from past generations. Boys are still raised to be tough and not show emotion but this generation of boys are not being raised to get a carrier, get married, have children, and be the providers of the family. I see more and more that girls are the ones being raised to be more independent, they are being taught that they can do anything a boy can do. And that they don't need a man to depend on and support them. I don't believe men are trying to break away from the typical stereotype. I believe that because women are breaking away from our usual stereotype of staying at home with the children, it has made it easier for men to break away from their responsibilities to be the providers and not to take care of the family.
Yes, i believe that in today's society men and women are being brought up different. Like today it's okay for girls to grow up liking sports there's nothing wrong with that. Also in some cases some men are very feminine and have women jobs as they would say back then like a hair dresser. I believe men have gotten away from their stereotypes because women today can perform the jobs men can and that's okay with society. As for my opinion doesn't matter how you get brought up as long as your happy.
man and women are raised differently. women are raised that expressing their emotions is ok. it's ok for women to cry. man are not allowed to show emotion. and are not allowed to cry or to express themselves in a emocional way. its viewed as a weakness by society. as long there is gender inequality this is never going to change