Should girls be allowed to play boys sport There is no gender-based physiological reason to separate females and males in sports competition. In fact, research demonstrates that girls who participate with boys in youth sports have shown better performance than boys. Competition groupings should be organized around skill and experience and not based on the sex. In spite of these, I would say there is a lot of difference in physique of men and women. Traditionally, male athletes are supposed to be in rough and tumble sports.
Everyone has their own definition. Intimacy is a major requirement in a relationship and the male’s sex drive is higher than a female’s most of the time. If the woman does not ‘put out’ as much as the man might want, he will find some other female to give him what he wants. On the other side, females want to feel loved and hear that they are beautiful and get gifts and little surprises that keep them on their feet. Most guys feel that is not the ‘macho’ thing to do, so the girl is going to stray and find someone who can fulfill their fantasies.
Introverts are usually shy. They perform better at lower arousal levels. Coaches and team mates need to allow them to stay calm and focused. Too much stimulation will cause them to be over-aroused and they will not perform well. They prefer sports with fine movements, closed skills and regular routines.
Whereas girls are dressed more to be cute/ pretty representing their subordination and dependency because their clothing is not as liberating as the boys they need to depend on others to help them get around. Gender is meaningless removed from social context. From birth children are taught through a dialectical process of acculturation that males are superior to females. The acculturation expresses male dominance which serves to validate the hierarchy. This hierarchy is persevered still in today’s society; examples are presented in advertisement,
The Good and The Bad Girls, men cannot live with them; men cannot live without them. Some girls can be risky, harmful, unsafe, or just plain old dangerous. On the other hand, they can also be sweet, harmless, risk-free, or innocent. As boys grow up to become men they start realizing that girls are all detrimental to their health and play big roles in their lives. Whether it be good times or bad times in a man’s life.
Skeletal maturity affects boys and girls differently when it comes to their ability to perform motor skills. Boys who are more skeletal mature tend to have the ability to perform motor skills better, while for girls it tends to play less of a factor with the ability of their motor skills (Pangrazi & Beighle 2010). The two children I picked from figure 2.6 were the heavier girl on the end and the taller more muscular girl second from the other end. The heavier girl may have a hard time keeping up with the running back and forth of a game of soccer. She may also have a hard time keeping up with the speed of some of the other children.
T- Girls and boys playing on the same sports team.A-TeacherP-state your opinion(convince)E-Persuasive Essay | Wow! Words * Superior * Delighted * Diminutive * Challenging * Athleticism * Frustrated Controlling ideasGirls and boys should not play on the same sports team because some girls will feel uncomfortable, boys are aggressive, and boys will get distracted. | TransitionsBody1: To Begin WithBody2: In Addition ToBody3:Farther MoreConclusion: Overall | BrainstormingFor | against | | 1. more competitive 2. fair (equality) 3. boys want to see girls run 4. less practice ideas girls are athletic also | 1.some girls will feel uncomfortable2.girls are weak/fragile 3.boys are aggressive4.girls get lazy quick 5.girls
There are few gender differences in aggression in infancy, boys are more likely than girls to investigate and be involved in aggressive incidents by the time they were toddlers. Boys and girls Aggressive patterns differ in important ways; boys are more likely than girls to retaliate after being attacked and they are more likely to attack a male than a female. Boys are less likely than girls to engage in negative self evaluation, they less likely to anticipate parental disapproval for acting aggressively and they are also more likely to approve of aggression. When girls attempt to resolve conflicts they tend to use strategies as verbal objection and negotiation methods that may make the escalation of a quarrel into overt aggression less likely There is a link between hormones and aggression; this can be seen clearly in adolescence when hormone levels rise. Brooks and Reddon
Girls, on the other hand, engaged more often in turn-taking games, in which there was little conflict. When conflict did arise, girls tended to withdraw from the situation rather than deal with the conflict. Boys' games lasted longer because they engaged in disputes which made it more interesting for them. "During the course of the study boys were observed quarrelling all the time, but not once was a game terminated because of a quarrel"(ibid: 56). In contrast, arguments among girls tended to end disagreements with behaviour that avoids them, while boys learn to deal with disagreements in a direct manner.
Girls have the appearance to be more affectionate and to have admirable abilities, while boys appear to be more aggressive and have less superior abilities, which can be due to the effects of testosterone or the effects of society. In the essay "What about the Boys," Michael S. Kimmel argues how biological differences are not the reason why men in society act how they do today. One cause would be the act of violence which males have generated in society as a huge predicament. This can be causes of psychological illnesses and social commotion which statistics show that males go through emotional disturbance, attention deficit disorder (A.D.D), failure to stay in school, and also behavioral problems. Second, masculinity has been such a daring transformation which affects all males from the time they are young.