Why is society so sexist?

Glenn McCutchen
4 min readMar 7, 2022

Welcome to another episode of “What the hell is Glenn thinking today.” Well, I got to thinking about a bunch of different things while browsing Twitter, Facebook, and Google. One subject that crossed my mind after seeing a tweet that randomly showed up on my feed. The thought I had was the world is constantly stating that society is sexist against females. Before you go getting your feathers in a ruffle, read where I am going with this.

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The explanation of it all.

When we look at the world, we traditionally see males in certain roles and females in certain roles. This is just the way the world has worked out over the years. Looking into the business world, you do not see a lot of males taking on the role of a secretary or administrative assistant. You do not see many males in a stay home and raise the children role. You do not see males doing things like wedding planning, baby showers, and reception planning.

There is a whole world of reasons for this. First and foremost is the fact that as males, we are conditioned at a young age that those are female roles and males do not engage in them. It starts when we are young, parents telling their son, “Don’t play with dolls, those are for girls.” Then in our teenage years, we start learning about life.

This is the stage in life when males are taught that they are administrators, not clerical workers. Like putting away files and typing out a letter is beneath the male ego or something. We are taught that jobs like construction, mechanics and business administration are the males place, not the females. We have seen females going into more of the traditional male roles, but not the other way around.

Society is changing!

We are seeing more females as auto mechanics, construction workers, truck drivers, CEOs, and many more traditionally male roles. However, the one thing that I have noticed is we are not seeing males sliding into the roles of secretaries, wedding planners, human resources, and job that are traditional female roles. Why is this? Is it due to the conditioning as children that we are above those jobs, that males do not take those rolls?

Even in relationships the female has one role and the male has another role traditionally. If you look at…

Glenn McCutchen

As a formerTow Operator, a business owner and a father of 6, I get intrigued by & share numerous things. See more at www.teamgmllc.com and www.teamgfm.com