Gender Stereotypes In The 1930s

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Do you really know what went down in the 1930s? There was a lot of behind the scene events going on in the 1930s, that not everyone really paid attention to. Some people may have just wanted to not be apart of these events or some people may have not even known about it. The life of the 1930s included many occasions where there were females treated unfairly because of gender stereotypes, there has also been an occasion where a bunch of female swimmers came together and fought for longer swimming hours for their pool time, and there was also a massive shooting at the University of Washington state targeting only the women. Gender stereotypes are just a more mature word for being sexist towards one specific gender. Gender stereotypes in the 1930s were a way people can assume that guys are better and greater than women at everything. For example, if the athletic department told the girls that they only had 30 minutes to practice their sport because the men 's teams had to practice and they got 2 hours to practice, you can infer that since men were thought to be better and greater than girls were, then that would be considered a gender stereotype because the athletics department just assumed that since men are better than women, they deserve more practice time. After a few years of this going on, the women of the 1930s had, had enough of these gender stereotypes, so the women petitioned against it and took a stand. They took on new roles as female students. According to the
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