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Toluna

  25 months ago

Have you ever wanted to try an activity that is considered to be “for girls” or “for boys” only and if yes, did you try it anyway?

We've asked a previous question about women and men in sports - asking to see if you felt there should be co-ed teams. Now let's think about this as a general topic, not only sports related.

Have there been any activities that are considered specific to one sex rather than both that you've really wanted to try? Were you made to feel you shouldn't be allowed to participate due to your gender?

This goes back to the age old debate of boys playing with dolls and girls playing with trucks. Is there always going to be certain activities that should be gender specific? Why?
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A1311484a13

  2 months ago
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pjaysmitty

  25 months ago
I use to think home repairs, and car maintenance was for men, not for women, and I learned how to do some things myself. I admire people, who can fix things. Reply
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Tiffy24

  25 months ago
I behave like a lady. I leave men things to men. I enjoy being a woman. I enjoy being normal. Reply
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jawarzains1212

  25 months ago
very good Reply
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echien

  25 months ago
Yes Reply
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J3936011

  25 months ago
sometimes but it depends on the situation. Reply
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Tiffy24

  25 months ago
Mainly getting my nails decorated is considered a feminine activity. Reply
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Movielover28639

  25 months ago
I wanted to be in Boy Scouts when I was a child because they got to do all the fun things like camping and making wood carvings that we didn't do in Girl Scouts. Girl Scouts was learning about grooming practices and horse care and I did not care for those activities. My cousin was in Boy Scouts and I wanted to join so badly because they did all the fun things. Reply
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Cskbryant

  25 months ago
no because equality has no preferences Reply
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better_babs

  25 months ago
I'm all for gender roles. I don't want to take the trash out or carry heavy stuff or fix stuff lol. But seriously, I've never wanted to play football with men or be on a construction crew with men or enter their world. Kids toys can be played with by anyone, it doesn't necessarily mean you are girlie or boyish (I was a he man geek as a kid but I'm as girlie as they come) if women want to try to be like men then so be it, just don't force that onto other women because I am happy being a girl in a world that needs men and women for balance Reply
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