Competition Between Genders

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Competition Between Genders

Competition between genders has been going on for as long as we have existed. What psychologists are trying to figure out is why this competition exists in the first place. I believe the reason that genders feel the need to compete against each other is actually really simple. They want to impress each other and be the better one. Males want to be the stronger, smarter, and more athletic ones. Females also want to be smarter and more athletic so that is where the competition occurs. We, as females, want males to be strong and protective of us but we don’t want them to know it. We want males to think of us as equals which makes us want to beat them in some sports and in school. This is difficult because no one wants to lose, especially males because they are expected to win. When men are younger their parents teach them to be strong and protect their women, I think this is a mistake because it is making it seem as though the males are the more dominant. Back in the old days males did all the work while the females cleaned and cooked. The only reason I can think of for this happening was because males were built stronger and more muscular than females. However, this gave them no right to act as if they’re better than females. Back then woman couldn’t vote, or be any type of leader. In fact, woman couldn’t even fight for their countries! This competition exists even more today because females are becoming more equal to males. Nowadays woman can vote, run for office, run a company, and even go to war and it scares men so they work harder and try to prove they are better. As individuals, men feel as though they are the best and woman constantly have the need to one up every one. In a group, the competition is even bigger between others. Males want to be the most muscular and have the prettiest woman. Females want to be the prettiest, the smartest, and the most talented. I don’t necessarily think this competition will ever end, however,...
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