Gender in the context of nature v. nurture.
Is preoccupation with lust innate in males or does it span across all genders?
Are boys more aggressive than females, really? What entitles men to claim, “that’s just what guys do,” as a pardon? The Casanova complex studies the intensity and truth behind the prowess of men. Is the Y chromosome really hard-wired for intense sexual cravings, even beyond those of females? That said, why hasn’t the biological urge been exploited in women to such a negative extreme?
How does color theory affect gender neutrality and does cultural influence play a role in that synapse?
Girls and boys are pink and blue, respectively. Nature implies that we are born with certain qualities, that things are in our biology, and nurture suggests that it’s ultimately our environment that shapes who we become. Do we carry a bias over this or that, or is it gradual exposure that gives us clarity of self?
Challenge the perceived gender roles learned by impressionable children and attempt to neutralize the social stigma related to being a boy or being a girl.
The perception that there is a deeply separate cognitive difference in men and women has given way to skewed conventions about how he or she is supposed to develop. That said, they are raised with different intentions and so further divide the gender gap. At what age is it appropriate to begin exposure to gender neutral elements that decrease the apparent difference between boys and girls?