Society encourages women to step into traditionally masculine roles but penalizes men who stray from traditional roles. True or false? ?

there has been a shift towards encouraging women to make the first move in dating and step into more traditionally male roles. This can be seen in the rise of apps like Bumble, where women are the ones who initiate conversations, and in the increasing acceptance of women asking men out on dates. Whether it is because of feminism or something else, i don't know.

It is not only with dating that women are encouraged to step into more traditionally masculine roles. This can be seen in the rise of women entering fields such as technology, finance, and engineering, which have historically been male-dominated.

ON THE OTHER HAND, Society views negatively men who step into traditionally feminine roles such as homemaking or men who enter traditionally feminine careers such as teaching. These men are usually seen as less masculine or even emasculated for not conforming to traditional gender roles and expectations. They may be subject to ridicule or discrimination, and may find it difficult to be taken seriously or respected in their chosen field. Doesn't this have negative effects? it can also prevent men from being full-time caretakers or homemakers, and prevent them from being involved in the upbringing of their children. Many men already think taking care of their child is "being on baby duty" or "babysitting".

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Society encourages women to step into traditionally masculine roles but penalizes men who stray from traditional roles. True or false? ?
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