The Differences Based On Culture And Biology Essay

1040 Words Dec 2nd, 2014 5 Pages
Around the world we find different tasks or objects being defined as feminine and masculine, but what are these differences based on? In the dictionary Masculine is defined as having qualities or appearance traditionally associated with men, especially strength and aggressiveness. Feminine is define as having qualities or appearance traditionally associated with women, especially delicacy and prettiness. Why are things defened as masculine and feminine?There are money factors that could contribute to these definitions, but there are two that contribute the most, Culture and Biology. To what extent these the differences based on culture and/or biology? Over all I feel that culture has the most influence, on the differences between the to. Biological when we strip down everything, the only real difference between male, and female are there reproductive organs. Culture on the other hand, shapes what we believe, and what we 're value, which influences the differences we seen in Men and Women.
Culture is ways of thinking, acting, and material objects that together form a peoples lives. This world is made up of so many different cultures, each having there own set values, beliefs, and stereotypes. So when looking at the Cultural Based difference between Feminine and Masculine brakes down to the differences between the gender identities of male and female, and the roles associated with those genders. It is a cultures Values, beliefs and stereotypes that shape these Gender roles…

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