Bitch Vs Bitch Analysis

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Society has socially constructed gender roles and norms for men and women to fulfill throughout their life time. Women are socialized to be less assertive than a man. Therefore, woman aren’t as upfront with their desires. In an effort to respect people’s feelings, women often bite their tongue and go with the flow. Therefore, women are less likely to express their opinions and ask for what they want. For example, a female manager may feel uncomfortable giving directions. If she is too blunt than she’s offensive and a “bitch”. As a result, her reputation may cause tension and disobedience. After all, people lack respect for those they consider “mean”. Therefore, instead of telling the employee to complete a task she may ask them. As a result, people obey her but she exhausts herself and waste time by unnecessarily considering people’s feelings. On the contrary, male managers are direct, they don’t ask their employees to do anything, they just give orders. The male managers are respected for their leadership rather than criticized as a “bitch” or a mean person. One may argue that being a manager and asking someone out is…show more content…
In order to intensify the deviant act, we decided to ask out a man our age and an older man to break two societal norms, women asking a man out and the man being older. We believe thirty years and older would suffice. We took the time to converse and established a plan for how to approach the men and a signal for each other if things escalated. My friend and I discussed how men typically approach us; we wanted to mimic their actions. Like most women, we don’t approach men to ask them out so we had to prepare a script. Our pickup line was “Have I seen you before?” and “Where are you from?”. We took turns asking guys
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