There is a big difference between the boys and girls now boys can share their emotions express themselves and before they weren’t like that and so are with the stereotypes there are less and less for the boys and girls
Without a doubt there is a clear difference. There is a sense of open-mindness and safety that is most likely coming from parents/adults or the environment that their being raised in. Personally I don't know any boys that has tired to get out of the stereotypes but if its heard more often about real stories with positive impact that can change stereotypes.
There is a difference between how boys and girls are brought up today. Back then boys are brought up to be the man of the house, allowed to work only, and always providing for the family, while girls are raised to be the housewives. I believe men have gotten out of their stereotypes because there are some stay at home dads that take care mostly of the house and are able to express themselves emotionally that was way different from the men back then.
There is a difference between the way a male and female are brought up today in society. Most young boys would most likely join a sport, consider hard labor jobs, and help with more dirty work. Young girls can also be brought up the same way as a young boy, especially now, but they are more likely to be told to stay away from dirty guys, focus on school, and to stay more clean and maintained. Men and women have both broken out of stereotypes throughout the years. For example, there are relationships where a man would stay home and take care of the child and housework while the woman is out working and collecting income. The large increase in gay/lesbian relationships has also proven to break the male and female stereotypes as well. Males and females still are raised and follow basic customs like the clothes and topics they should be interested in. With technology and societal advancements, people are more free to be themselves and be interested in whatever they please. Although controversy may be caused, more people are willing to fight and speak up for what they believe in. Women wanting to work and become more independent gave men the option to choose between work or child care/ house work. The increase in work for women shifted gender roles and allowed for more opportunity and change in traditions. Men and women have both succeeded in getting out of some of their stereotypes.
My mom was brought up with the ideas of women should cook and clean, meanwhile the men would do all the hard labor work. As for me, I wasn't raised like that. Since a child, my parents taught me that just because I am a female it does not mean I have to be in the kitchen. My mom does not put pressure on me to behave more like a "women". Of course I cook and clean, but so does my brother. Now women work and me stay at home taking care of the children. In other words yes, times have change for boys and girls how they are being brought up.
Men have indeed changed. Before men would not cry, wear make up, etc.. because if you did then you were consider "week" and " too feminine". Now men grew out of that stereotype and you can see them walking down the street wearing makeup.
I think the way boys and girls are being brought up today has changed. One reason is because the kids are now growing up differently, most of them know how to control there parents, and surely they get what they want. The music in our generation has changed, girls are allowed to wear makeup and go out at such a young age. Relationships have changed, or it just never becomes a relationship. It is all starting at a young age, so men have not tried alone to get out of thier stereotypes but we all have. And yes we all have succeeded in changing the way we were brought up but yet are still seeing the good and consequences.
In America, there are no differences between how boys and girls are brought up today. Over time, stereotypes become less popular. People don't judge because they don't care. Everyone does what they feel comfortable with or good at. A guy could do makeup videos on youtube and make good money.
I believe there is a slight change in how boy and girls are raised differently but not much. for example the standards for men having to be men is still there and how women should be the house wives and take care of the kids, the only difference for me today in our society is that we talk more to our generation empowering women to be independent giving the male a chance to change the male stereotype although it may not be easy to take upon that role i am all for it why not let the man take over the house. i think it is hard to break out of that stereotype because its in how we brought up but i believe were equal man or woman as long as we get the job done it shouldn't really mater if its a man or woman.
I think that in the past there were expectations for women to do certain things at a certain age as well as men. Girls were supposed to learn how to cook, clean and sometimes take care of their younger siblings. When my mom was younger she took care of her younger siblings because my grandma would be cooking or washing by hand in the river. The river would be far from their home. At Mexico by the age of 16 girls would get married by their sign consent of their parents. In 1972 Title IX civil rights law in education was passed influenced how society sees the roles for women and men differently. There should be no discrimination towards a men wanting to be a chef when it was considered to be a women's job to cook. No one can be discriminated to enroll or participate in a program based on gender. Before this women were not able to get an education and were expected to stay home. Now in the present are bringing up the kids differently. Both parents work and there is nothing wrong if they share the chores around the house. But in the past that would be seen awkward and wrong.
I agree with what the responses gives on Thursday. The way boys and girls being raised changed over time. Boys do not have to be this masculine, tough, emotionless individual anymore. Girls as well are not being raised to be a housewife, a mom, a caretaker etc. From what I have seen and personally experienced children are being taught to express themselves. They are taught to be so they are no matter what anyone says. I believe many men have broke out of their stereotypes successfully. Men now are stay at home dads and are now expressing their emotions etc. Overall, parenting has shifted drastically due to safety, societys view point changing, and men breaking front their stereotypes.
Yes , there is a difference from today to years ago back then men were seen as the providers and women as the housewives. In Today’s time however men and women in most cases share responsibilities. Also Men are now not judged that much if they are stay at home fathers cleaning and taking care of the children is the responsibility for some while the women is the one out there getting the money and providing,
There is still difference between boys and girls brought up today. For example, the boys are always encouraged to take a risk, while the girls are always protected. In the distribution of the housework, the boys are required to completed hard work, while the girls intend to some detailed work.
However, as the difference of the distribution between male and female is disappearing, men are trying to get out of the stereotype. In the process of bringing up, girl are trained to be brave and independent. Boys can cook well. Although the difference still existing, a lot of change also appears gradually.
There is a difference between how boys and girls are brought out today. The boys are taught how to grow as men and how they should be able take care of the house or take care of themselves. As of the girls they are taught to be a proper woman and how to clean the house and take care of the children.