Anonymous asked in Social ScienceGender Studies · 1 month ago

Essay question?

why and how do feminists make a distinction between sex and gender roles? How can this argument be extended to pertain to classism, racism, and ethnocentricity

1 Answer

  • 1 month ago

    What type of feminist

    A better question is whats their blood type. 45% of population is blood type O and 35% are blood type A and 15% are blood type B and 5% are blood type AB.

    blood type O feminists are the most common

    blood type A feminists tend to be quite judging, but a bit more academic outside of school

    As of classism, its widely acknowledged that in lower incomes/poverty class the gender roles are more rigid than in upper classes of income/wealth.

    Racism is common but generally more passive agressive (covert) in higher class/income but more overt in poverty class.

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