2. often weak and portrayed as victims
3. often sexual predators
4. no consequences such as std's and unwanted pregnancies
I agree with Ms. Sue. You seem to relate solely to physical traits rather than sexual roles. What does it mean to be feminine vs. masculine in our culture? These norms, although they are changing, are typically transmitted by the media. For example, the media is more likely to portray women stereotypically as more passive, emotional and irrational, while men are seen as more active and logical.
These articles might give you some new insights.
I hope this helps a little more. Thanks for asking.
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