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SOC-1B-79529 TTh 1 - 2:15 PM - Shared screen with speaker view
Vanessa
01:23
going good
Karmjit kaur
03:08
I am able to listen voice
Sofia Garcia
03:56
can we talk about the chapter 4 essay
Sara Rodriguez
05:17
Yeah!
Elizabeth Corchado
05:18
all the time
Adriana Tremillo
05:37
In the military it is very known
Vanessa
09:53
And it is our opinion right so we can use “I”
Vicky Mozo
18:25
I agree with April
Sofia Garcia
19:10
period Mathew
Elizabeth Corchado
19:10
not everyone trusts doctors
Sofia Garcia
19:14
I agree !
Matthew Conklin
19:30
The why talk to the doctor in the first place?
Elizabeth Corchado
20:23
I'm just saying they need to find a doctor they trust to talk to
Madison Privett
20:47
they should address their sex as what they were born as but their sexual identity could be what they prefer.
Elizabeth Corchado
21:14
wouldn't that be gender identity?
Hiba Suleiman
21:19
middle eastern culture prefers the male gender
Matthew Conklin
21:55
Im just saying if you trust the doctor enough to talk to them in the first place, then you should provide them with all the information necessary to keep you healthy.
Madison Privett
23:36
you should never lie to any health care professionals because that in turn cant put your health in danger.
Heather
26:24
I love my doctor, but I definitely have a hard time admitting some things to her. I've never had any indication of judgement, but it's still hard
Vicky Mozo
27:50
Yes
staceyannfolsom
28:14
Muscle mass
Madison Privett
31:04
the parents are probably more likely to raise the child the sex that they physically look more like
April Andronicous
32:04
My boy and girl looked exactly the same as babies
Heather
33:46
I know times are different now, so it's easier to say it; but if it were my child, I'd just leave them be if it won't affect their health. They can choose when they want, if they even want to choose
staceyannfolsom
33:57
Timothy chalamet
Heather
33:58
tilda Swinton when I was young
clarissa
34:04
James Charles with a wig
Vanessa
34:19
yesssss
Heather
36:03
strong, unemotional, brave
staceyannfolsom
36:12
Say “bro” a lot
Alejandra Reyes
36:23
good with their hands, handy. mechanic etc
clarissa
38:20
Be able to cook
staceyannfolsom
38:22
Modesty
Raquel Gomez-Leon
38:26
be able to cook and clean
Raquel Gomez-Leon
38:36
stay at home while husband works
Elizabeth Corchado
38:36
submissive
Heather
38:41
sweet, cute, whiny
Adriana Tremillo
39:44
I believe the pressure is higher now during the pandemic
staceyannfolsom
40:28
Different cultural expectations
Madison Privett
40:57
my aunt gets criticized all the time from my grandparents for being a stay at home mom
Angelica Subido
41:24
my mom for many years
Alejandra Reyes
41:50
I’m a stay at home due to distance learning and my family doesn’t agree
Elizabeth Corchado
42:55
I could never
Heather
43:10
I could stay at home, but not as a mom
Hiba Suleiman
43:14
im a stay at home mom and its exhausting
Alejandra Reyes
43:17
I would rather be at work lol
Vicky Mozo
45:46
Its still hard
Adriana Tremillo
47:09
Outsiders will never understand the decisions a parent makes for their children
Hiba Suleiman
47:23
outside the home anyone can be replaced, at home no one replaces you
Alejandra Reyes
47:33
I think people view it as lazy
Elizabeth Corchado
47:52
I agree with mattew
Vicky Mozo
47:52
They view them as being lazy
staceyannfolsom
49:58
Hourglass figure
Heather
50:06
high-pitched voices
April Andronicous
50:18
poised
Heather
50:21
all that and sexy
Vicky Mozo
50:45
Sissy lala
Heather
51:21
leadership
Adriana Tremillo
51:38
a protector
Heather
52:50
yeah
Elizabeth Corchado
53:28
in most cases I feel like they won't unless they see no other option
Elizabeth Corchado
55:42
tomboys
April Andronicous
55:44
Tom boy?
Heather
55:52
I was thinking of something meaner
Marissa Leon
56:56
brb bathroom
staceyannfolsom
57:58
I see this within sam sex marriage couples because they tend to be more open minded
staceyannfolsom
58:17
*same
Heather
01:02:21
depression doesn't just come within a person though, social norms play a factor
Heather
01:05:57
like being in a school environment? or within actual curriculum?
Vanessa
01:06:02
i think it plays a huge factor because we are almost there everyday growing uo
Vanessa
01:06:05
up
April Andronicous
01:06:59
men
April Andronicous
01:07:41
female
Madison Privett
01:07:42
women
Heather
01:10:12
I think within the school environment, kids don't really know the nuances within people and social groups, so they are more black-and-white with what they consider "right" and "normal". Anyone who didn't fit into socialized molds of "girl" or "boy" were picked on in some form,whether or not its a physical or behavioral "failing"
April Andronicous
01:11:02
I agree
Elizabeth Corchado
01:11:22
just let him
Elizabeth Corchado
01:11:52
if it makes him happy then why not?
Heather
01:12:10
It's ok, but I think people are bothered the older the kid gets
Adriana Tremillo
01:13:00
No because that is their norm
staceyannfolsom
01:13:17
kurta
Heather
01:13:51
I mean, those items are still gendered. Women don't wear kilts
Hiba Suleiman
01:13:58
the white gown thing is a "thobe" its called
Heather
01:14:27
I don't think so. I think more categories will be made
Heather
01:17:10
I think people find comfort in labels and forming groups, so I think gender will always be around - but definitions are flexible and concepts always have the potential to change
April Andronicous
01:17:52
yeah, the shortcuts our minds make are probably there to stay
Heather
01:18:48
honest discussion and open-mindedness
Adriana Tremillo
01:18:50
Be more understanding
Beatriz Carreno
01:19:07
word?
Hiba Suleiman
01:19:08
word of the day?
April Andronicous
01:19:20
Ask ourselves why we feel the way we do. Where does it come from?
Marissa Leon
01:20:01
gender
Matthew Conklin
01:20:06
think critically
Hiba Suleiman
01:20:22
thanks
Marissa Leon
01:20:23
word is gender