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Stereotypes on Girls
Brewer, Holly. "List of Gender Stereotypes." List of Gender Stereotypes. Heath Guidance, n.d. Web. 29 Oct. 2013
Women don't need to go to college.
Women are flirts.
Women are responsible for raising the children.
Women don't play sports.
Women are quieter then men.
Women don't play video games.
Women love to sing and dance.
Women are never in charge.
The best women are stay at home moms.
Women are never the hero in stories.
Women are supposed to do the housework.
Peer Thoughts on Girls
Lots of make-up
They like pink
They like to shop
They have their ears pierced
They like Starbucks
Videos of Stereotypical Girls
Bibliography done by Easy Bib at www.easybib.com
How Girls are affected by these stereotypes?
People don't think they can do some things they like to do like sports
People think you're a better mom if you're a stay at home mom
People don't think they're smart
My 5 year old daughter and I were reading a comic book which had an ad for Avengers shoes. She excitedly pointed them out.

I asked her if she would want to wear Avengers shoes. She said yes, and then she paused for a second before adding that her friends would say that they were boy shoes. I asked her how she felt about that, and she said that she would tell them that clothes are for everyone.
Magowan, Margot. "Reel Girl." Reel Girl. N.p., 1 Oct. 2013. Web. 04 Nov. 2013
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