Gender's Role: Gender And The Importance Of Gender

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Gender is known as the state of being a male or female and is first set in when the mother has her baby. If the baby is a girl they put pink on her because it is more of a feminine color and for a boy he wears blue because it is more of a masculine color. These roles are established from a very young age and pushed on children so that they support it. Gender plays a significant role in shaping the way that many of us think about others in society. Growing up children begin to become more aware of the differences between being a daughter and son because of the gentile parts. Girls play with baby dolls, dollhouses, and hairdressing sets wanting to be just like their mother. As for boys their toys consist of trucks, footballs, and video games …show more content…
My responsibilities of being a daughter include learning how to nurture, respecting my parents and being obedient, and prepare to be a mother and produce children. Growing up my mother always talked to me more than my brothers about one day having a family of my own. She taught me how to love unconditionally, be nurturing, to support and encourage others because someday I will be a mother. Respecting and obeying my parent’s rules is very important to me because my parents want nothing but the best for me. Lastly, being a daughter you look up to your mother and help her with whatever she needs help with. As I watched my mother over the years it influenced me to learn her techniques and to demonstrate her ways in the mother possession. One day I will become a mini me of my mother in raising my own children and …show more content…
At the age of eight we are exposed to the many activities that our mothers have incorporated in us. Such as folding and washing clothes, dusting, mopping, making beds and sewing. These are the many activities that are instilled in to a daughter from her mother. Many activities that I learned from observing my mother over the many years were learning the proper techniques of going shopping for our household necessities, to go to school, study hard and get good grades, and lastly do domestic chores and cleaning. A daughter is fortunate to have a mother who shows and express love, humility, and kindness in ones family. The older I get the more I become like my mother and it comes with truth that you live what you learn. I am thankful for having a mother who took the time to guide me, instruct me, and show me the way. The relationships that define the role of a daughter are the bonding between her and her mother. Statistics has proven that a daughter, who was breastfeed from birth to six months, has a closer relationship to her mother then a daughter who was bottle feed. Mother and daughter relationships can be complicated but they are also filled with compassion and love. A mother gives definition to her daughter and a view in becoming a

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