Gender ideology is a set of commonly held beliefs in society that normalise and justify the current gender system, expectations of the social roles of women and men, and gender relations.
Traditional gender ideologies are belief systems that explain why and how women and men are different from each other. They determine the different (and definitely unequal) rights, responsibilities, limitations and rewards granted to women and men on the basis of their differences, and justify derogatory reactions to those who object. The two main postulates are to emphasise and oppose the differences between women and men, and to place greater value on men and masculinity.
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