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Girls have been told they can be anything they want to be, and it shows. They are seizing opportunities closed to generations — in science, math, sports and leadership. Boys seem to have been largely left Free sex dating in Atlanta of the conversation about gender equality.

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These are findings from Ottawa, Ontario free phone chat new nationally representative poll of 1, children and adolescents 10 to 19, along with other research on this age group, which is not surveyed often. They show gender attitudes of a generation on the verge of adulthood. In the survey, conducted by PerryUndem, a research and polling firm, a majority of girls said sexism was still a problem — yet in many ways, they felt empowered. Girls were slightly more likely than boys to say being a leader was a very important life goal, evidence of a ificant shift in gender expectations.

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She is captain of the debate team and a Price compare dating sites of the student council, and wants to become a scientist. When boys and girls were asked about their goals and aspirations, the responses were similar. Three-quarters said having a successful career was very important. A third of respondents or less, of either gender, said marrying or having children was a very important goal.

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Girls were as likely as boys to say math or science was their favorite subject, and to have considered running Ottawa, Ontario free phone chat office.

They said they were mostly treated fairly compared with boys. Yet when it came to their bodies, girls said they did not feel equal. About three-quarters of girls 14 to 19 in the survey said they felt judged as a sexual object or unsafe as a girl.

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By far, they said society considered physical attractiveness to be the most important female trait — a view that adult women share, surveys have found. About half Savita bhabhi i they hear boys making sexual comments or jokes about girls daily, including a quarter of girls 10 to One-third of teenage girls have heard these comments from men in their families.

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The eighth graders who were not part of the survey in Happy Valley, a middle-class suburb east of Portland, described equal opportunities at school for boys and girls: Girls far outed boys on the student council, and a few even played on the football team. The middle-school girls were unanimous in what they valued most in themselves: intelligence Housewives want real sex Schellsburg Pennsylvania 15559 confidence.

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But they also agreed that society placed the most value on their looks, and mentioned pressure to look attractive online and the risk of predators on social media. In the survey, 81 percent of girls 14 to 19 said they had at least one friend who had been asked by a boy for a sexy or naked photo. Isabelle said romance was the exception to the equality she felt at school and in life. Recently, she All desi sexy a boy who had been flirting with her on text and social media.

Guys just feel more privileged. The continuing study is of children 10 to 14 in poor urban areas in 15 countries, and gender norms were remarkably similar.

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Blum said. Boys said strength and toughness were the male character traits most valued by society.

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Three-quarters said Dating code for safe meetups felt pressure to be physically strong, and a majority felt pressure to play sports. Asked what society expects boys to do when they feel angry, the largest shares said they were supposed to be aggressive or be quiet and suck it up.

When they felt sad or scared, they felt pressure to hide those feelings or to be tough and strong instead.

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Girls were more able to express themselves by crying, Mature New Braunfels horny or talking about their feelings, respondents said. Pressures on boys can also leave them with low self-esteem and more likely to be victims of violence or accidents.

In Happy Valley, boys said the qualities they valued most in themselves were ambition and intelligence — but they were deeply aware that society valued male strength. In the survey, three-quarters of adolescents had heard of MeToo. A majority of girls, and one-third of boys, say it has made them feel able to tell someone if they were harassed or assaulted.

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