Christofides, Hoy, and Yang study the 15% male to female gap in Canadian universities with the idea of the University Premium.
There was no special importance on preserving virginity in ancient Egypt, but there was a trend towards women avoiding motherhood before an arranged marriage.
She states that teachers, together with TV presenters and characters as well as curricular materials all refer to dinosaurs, pandas, squirrels and mathematical characters as "he", conveying to young children that these animals all only come in the male gender.
With boys-only classrooms not always being possible, it then becomes the responsibility of the literacy instructor to broaden the definition of literacy from fiction-rich literacy programs to expose students to a variety of texts including factual and nonfiction texts magazines, informational texts, etc.
This system is mainly used in and and other big cities.
She notes that gender and heterosexual stereotypes are intrinsically linked, due to expectations of females being sexually attracted to males and vice versa, as part of their gender performance.