Global Perspective Identity

The environment I say had a lot of influence how I viewed the different genders. Since I have been going to this school for a long time, equality was always a big thing here. And all those programmes on the TV had things with boys and girls. To me there really isn’t stereotypes of boys or girls since everyone is different. I think that your gender identity is very important because it makes you who you are. The way people are being forced to be someone they’re not is just wrong. So I identify as a boy, and the thing is, the stereotypes kind off irritate me because boys are forced to be tough all the time. We have feelings too like why can’t we be sensitive? My dad always tells me to toughen up because i’m a boy, I used to be very sensitive and would cry about everything. Nowadays, people are starting to accept everything about being themselves which makes everyone more comfortable.

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