Both women and men are stereotyped. Women are known
as “housewives” while, men are known as the “providers”.
Through the years they have broken down these
stereotypes into what is common today.
Women from the 1930’s were commonly stereotyped as a
domestic housewife. Females were often related with
household chores and gossip.
Women are powerful enough to take men’s
positions. 1956 females move up the corporate
ladder. Females become liberated.
Women Over the Years
Women have grown from stereotypes little by little. They have been
breaking down the walls and showing everyone, including
themselves, that they can do anything. That women do not need a
Women today have grown from the stereotypes that were
common in the 20th century. They have developed into the
thinking that they can take control.
Men were always seen as the strong one compared to a
female. They were seen as the “providers” and the leaders.
Men were always the one expected to work, and provide
shelter food and support.
Men Over the Years
Men have evolved from the stereotypes of being
just the provider. They are not only seen as the
provider but, the head of the households too.
Males have changed the expectations that women
and they themselves had.
• Much more men today stay home and are happy
letting their wives be the “Breadwinners”. Men are
also, known as the caretakers to children an d they
occasionally work from home.
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