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How the Straitjacket of Gender Roles Ultimately Harms Both Women and Men

And creates a lifelong cycle of inequality

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Times are slowly changing. And so are children’s internalised beliefs about gender roles and stereotypes.

A recent global survey commissioned by Lego revealed that 82% of girls believe it’s OK for girls to play football and boys to practice…

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Collection of essays on society, culture, politics and history. Written by Katie Jgln.

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Katie Jgln

Katie Jgln

Sometimes serious, sometimes funny, always stirring the pot. Social sciences nerd based in London. Get in contact: www.linktr.ee/katiejgln

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