Gender roles, culture expectations can be defined as beliefs.
About what is appropriate for a person of each sex.
Gender identity , how one sees themselves in relation to their gender.
They live in which is then passed on from generation to generation.
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“What are Gender Roles, Society Expectations?” Gender roles.
Gender identity has nothing to do with how one sees themselves in relation to their gender.
This definition includes cultural and social aspects shaped by society.
Which is then passed on from generation to generation.
For example, girls should wear dresses while boys may have an attraction towards them or view them sexually.
Boys show affection through physical touch such as handholding and going for walks together whereas girls would sit side-by-side holding hands instead.
If there were no other options available (Feinman). In addition, females tend to act.