Stop Gender Stereotyping, Now!

Stop Gender Stereotyping, Now!

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Francis Molina started this petition to Human Rights Campaign

Boys and men are portrayed far more often than girls and women, with the stereotyping often more severe than the society itself. These toxic beliefs tend to normalize that boys’ and girls’ women and man, doesn’t have the capability to do each other’s office jobs or even house jobs. The mission is to break the stereotype between these two, and to normalize men and woman free at their own skin. 

We genuinely believed that gender stereotyping must stop because it is greatly affecting our lives, and it hinders every people to things that they want to do. It is just toxic to be concern about someone’s perception about yourself. The primary goal is to study the manifestation of gender stereotyping from the point of view of everyday life. Taking into account that “everyday life” must be a wide concept, we are to observe the issue primarily from the aspect of family relationship, most especially.

The phenomenon has got quite solid and ingrained bases, and for making changes in this sphere, a number of difficulties will be met, since the same perceptions about the phenomenon are simultaneously shaped, based on two factors which are, knowledge and the acquire mechanically norm from the household or the community with the capital knowledge. This means that it is quite impossible to transform the society in this sense, without changing its perception toward the phenomenon. There is no doubt that the same methods that formulate this perception about men and women can be equally effective in making the desired changes.  They should apply the move of applying methods of child upbringing in the families, not making any stereotypical distinctions between boys and girls, shortly, this should be taught at home. At the same time, with the help of these method, enhance father’s participation in the upbringing of the children, requiring equal participation of parents’ in this matter.

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