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  • Gender stereotypes haven’t changed since the '80s
  • Gender stereotypes haven’t changed since the '80s
    Yağmur Adam (2014) ©
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Gender stereotypes haven’t changed since the '80s

It's the 21st century and men can be affectionate and splash out on manbags, while women can be CEOs and skip motherhood if they want. Gender boundaries are falling away, right? Actually, a new study shows that gender stereotypes haven’t progressed much since the '80s.

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