It's so disheartening to hear others put each other into such conformative groupings as stereotypes; the worst being of gender. Each gender role is prescribed by the culture the individual lives in, so it's never truly the same anywhere except anatomically. But on a deeper level, it ignores the person's individuality and forces them to become grouped with others in a false representation of their core existence. Its like telling a man he can't sing because only women sing, but blatantly he is male and wants to sing. Where the whole "only women" part comes in is where the majority of people would benefit in reevaluating, especially when it pertains to their cognition. Thinking in such a polarized manner when it comes to human expression can only lead to sorrow and malice.
catchusleepin catchusleepin
26-30, M
1 Response May 25, 2012

I agree completely.