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Gender Socialization – Is the process by which social influences, expectations, and attitudes associated with one’s sex are learned. Many Sociologists has studied and come up with different generalizations as to why boys and girls have different viewpoints in life. Some agree that it starts with the name one is given at birth, boys are normally given masculine names are girls names are more on the feminine side, but in this day and time many will disagree on that concept for most names are co-ed and it is normal for a girl and boy to share the same names. Look at Serena Williams and Teyona Taylor, for instance, both, their husbands and daughters share the same names. The daughters are even called the suffix juniors which was unheard of years ago. Gender roles are taught straight from the womb, one in particular nowadays is the “Gender” reveal parties that unveil the sex of the baby in a variety of ways but all having one in common, and that is the colors Pink and Blue.
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