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I knew they were going to say that they had to dress

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clean and the mannerism of a lady. I knew they were going to say that they had to dress a certain way and that there were limitations to what they were able to do at certain ages because their parents were afraid of them being harmed. I thought about all of this before they gave their responses. So it didn’t surprise me when they said exactly what I was thinking. It was really hard for me to keep quite when the women gave their fishbowl. I wanted to comment on a lot of the things there were saying. So what I did was when they were speaking I wrote down the questions that I had so when we get a chance to talk about it I have my questions ready. In the women’s fishbowl there were two different ethnicities. They were Hispanic and white. I found it interesting that the Hispanic women had to stay in the house and learn to cook and clean for a large family and the white females learned house duties but they were also given the chance to go outside and play. In my identity group I shared a lot of similarities between the males of color and the Hispanic males that were in my caucus group.
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