The Sex Of The Baby Essay

792 Words Apr 16th, 2016 4 Pages
Ever since the day we are conceived in our mothers wound the question everyone asks is whether the baby will be a boy or a girl. The sex of the baby is represented by the reproductive organs the baby has and that determines whether the baby is a boy or a girl. It’s the biological determination whether the baby has a XX or XY chromosome that overall determines the sex. It also is linked later on in the child’s life when they go through puberty and start noticing changes in their voices or their body. Although sex is the biological there is also gender that does not have to be the same as sex. Gender is the social and cultural role that is given in society. This is how we like to perceived ourselves among our society and it’s influenced by many things like school, work, and family. Gender refers to the attitudes, feelings, and behaviors that a given culture associates with a person’s biological sex.
If someone wants to consider their gender as male when they are viewed as a female because of their sex I feel like they have that ability too without people in society to view them differently. I was raised in a very conservative family of 3 girls and I happened to be the oldest. I tended to always be around my dad and I learned how to do a lot of stuff girls in society did not do. I like to play physically sports, get dirty doing farm work, and play video games with guys. Although I was a girl I did not fit the criteria because I didn’t care about my appearance and rather spend…

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