Stereotypes about gender, ethnicity or race are nearly impossible to erase from our collective consciousness. Whether due to upbringing, popular media, or personal experience, we all have perceptions of how classes of people are “supposed” to act. Gender stereotyping is perhaps the most ingrained because it cuts across racial, ethnic, and national boundaries. The idea of “the man in charge” is prevalent throughout the world, not just in the United States. Gender ...

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