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Assignment: WEEK #7 / FORUM #7Course: HUMAN SEXUALITY CHFD220 / CHFD 220School: American Public University (APU, AMU)Year:2016Professor: Elizabeth SearsGender role stereotypes are culturally and socially defined beliefs and perceptions about the emotions and behavior of women and men. At a very young age girls and boys are expected to behave a certain way or perform a certain task solely based upon their gender. When a baby is born, most of them are dress in pink forgirls and blue for boys. Now, most young girls are encourage to play sports, or are not really criticized for whatthey wear (jeans, shirt and a cap, or suit with a tie), some little girls are called tomboy, and that’s okay. But, if aboy decides to wear a dress or is interested in “girl” stuff, they are called “sissy”, and will probably experience more “bully” and criticism from society. The video I’m sharing with you guys is about a boy, who according to his parents, he doesn’t like what society