Regardless and education.Gender roles are defined by
Regardless of sex and gender, everyone has an opportunity to have a better life and work for life. Men and women deals with each other to make a significant of what life has, just like cooking a meat ‘no one can’t cook a meal without an oil, burner or gas stove as well as having a family, that a father is the pillar of the house and the mother is the light of the home. In every family, each member has their own gender roles that need to accomplish to be adequate in the society. Culture is used to shape an individual to mold their behaviors and attitudes towards to their family, religion, and education.Gender roles are defined by the socio-cultural norms of any society. In most of the societies, the family systems are based on the gender roles and it is the pre-designed gender roles that help members of the family to run the family with bound responsibilities. Any disturbance in the gender role aspect may affect the smooth functioning of the easy-going of any family. Gender which is sometimes called gender role, it involves outward expressions of what society considers masculine or feminine. As the society agreed upon the definition of femininity – ladylikeness, effeminacy, softness, muliebrity, and girlishness. Boys are encouraged to be masculine- tough, strong, manliness, virility and machismo. Gender role also portraits how individual speak, dress, style of hair and so forth.The idea of gender is abstract (Griffin, 2006). Wherein children gain their experiences through their mother’s stories, that women are distinct in the kitchen and men are distinct in mechanical and hard works (Bohannon, 1999). In a family, the girls are the one who always does the household chores and the boys’ nothing to do. Because of the mentality that only girls will wash the dishes, do the laundry, cook foods, clean and took care of the house. In the 21st century whenever a boy doing this kind of chores, people will think that task is distinct for girls, as well as, whenever a girl doing different chores that distinct only for boys. In the other hand, the root of the sibling’s misunderstanding or fight is about who will do the chores because some girls want boys to do the chores because boys have a lot of time to hang out and play around.Gender roles are prominent in the Philippines. In today’s world, the stereotypical woman is known as the one who always stays at home and the stereotypical man can be described as the moneymaker of the family. Females and males have not always held the same rights. The objectives of this study are to know the effects of gender role in the family and create an ideal thought that gender role is for everyone and equality deserve in every way.