Gender Stereotypes And Police Brutality

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“A stereotype is an oversimplified or generalized idea about a certain group of people, often held by members of a different group.” Stereotypes typically come from those who are ignorant to topics such as gender, sexuality, race, religion, etcetera. The people imposing the cliche use stereotypes as a defense mechanism, to feel superior, safer, more comfortable. A couple examples of this are gender bias or roles and police brutality. Gender bias is a very common stereotype. From the moment we are born, we are given the assigned colors, blue for boys, pink for girls. Women are feminine, men are masculine, and if the cards are flipped then that person is deemed as queer.
Stereotypes affect everyone, but not equally. It affects those making

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