For many years society has embraced the idea that the difference between men and women were biologically determined. Through traditions, media, and peers we act accordingly to how others view us. Each individual has pressure placed upon them based on their gender. Our sex is determined by genetics while our gender is programmed by social customs. Some theories interpret that a women is tender and a loving mother while on the other hand men are aggressive hunters and are the dominant one of the family. People who support this theory seem to believe that men and women are happier when fulfilling the roles nature determined for them. Women are to be nurturing and men are to be providers by nature.
Productive work it is now shared by men and women, but for women it is defined in terms of their maternal and family role. For women that participate in productive activities beyond the housekeeping has brought women a greater measure of equality, but the work gets heavier from them to carry job, household, and children. Lately the outlook has changed on women dedicated their lives to homemaking. Jobs were initially generated for men