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MSJE Tip of the Week

Gender is not about biological differences between the sexes, rather, it’s a social construct. These social conditionings often expect children to conform to specific and limiting gender roles and expectations from a young age. Children start absorbing stereotypes by age 3, causing the world to expand for boys and shrink for girls by age 10. Start conversations about gender roles early on, and challenge the features and characteristics assigned to men and women at home, in our daily routines, in school and in places of work.

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