Gender Stereotypes For Women's Rights

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Mikaella Spyrides
Persuasive Essay
Mrs. Gutierrez
3/6/18

Changing Common Gender Stereotypes for Women’s Rights In the United States, just like in many other places, gender relationships are changing and the inequalities between men and women are going from being outright to being mental. Gender inequalities happen at work, at home, and in public affairs. But the cold, hard facts show that gender separations and inequalities continue, even during the movements and parades that have attempted to challenge and change women’s rights. Why is the world like this? Why are gender inequalities proving so difficult to surpass? I think it is because gender stereotypes are simply in the mind, but we need to change that now! People just assume that women should stay at home and men should do the work even though laws state that all men and women are equal. This stereotyping is something that seems natural to people. If we all work together, we can change this state of thinking about men and women’s roles in society. Gender stereotypes take place in the minds of people, but that needs to be changed. People usually think about genders when they are socializing with one another. When meeting someone new, your brain unconsciously rejects or gives a chance to the person based on their gender. People usually use gender as common sense that is used to manage their relationships with other people. One-on-one negotiations and interactions are being influenced by common gender
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