07 4月 美国论文代写：性别社会建构
性别的社会建构主要来自社会学和哲学理论，女权主义者和许多世俗活动家。他们的论点是性别或者更确切地说是性别角色是社会构建的，除了他们原始的生物学差异之外，他们每个人都是相同的。尽管社会建构是在评估了主要社会性别角色的分配之后定义和推导出来的，但是它们所展示的生物，物理和无生命的差异不能被排斥。性别角色是根据对两性的主要习惯，生物变化和困难，身体能力，情绪差异，行为差异和日常倾向的背景评估而施加或构建的。 在社会层面上，构建性别角色及其定义可能不会因其偏见或前提而被拒绝，因为尽管他们有统一的论点，但两者之间存在可见的和不变的差异。 可以注意到，性别角色可能是社会建构的，但不可能构建性别差异，因为没有任何事可以反驳两性的神圣差异。 可能有一条细线或一条模糊线来确定和界定两性之间的差异，因为随着文明的进步以及主要宗教和种族的世俗观在不断增长，这些角色正在被稀释。
Sexuality is one big factor in identifying the gender differences, in which the two have distinct roles in having intercourse and extract different joys and ecstasy. The female gender is known to be sexually active for a longer period time, experiencing multiple orgasms, and the male gender is less than the female. This is one difference that defines and distinguishes their commonality. Through sexuality, both play different roles due to which their roles came to be defined differently. In addition, the process of the intercourse leading to the conceiving of the female gender also makes a marked distinction between the two. Male gender cannot conceive biologically, which remains an indisputable and divine fact, and the female is the one endowed with the blessing of giving birth to a progeny or offspring. These roles define gender specifically and have been come to be fixated as male and female possessing and exhibiting two different social and cultural roles in different communities, which justifies their definition.
Social construction of gender
The social construction of gender hails largely from sociological and philosophical theories, feminists and many secular activists. Their argument is that gender or, more precisely, gender roles, are social constructed and each of them is identical except for their primitive biological differences. Although social construction is defined and derived after assessing the allotment of gender roles in major societies, there can be no rejection of the biological, physical and inanimate differences they display.Gender roles are imposed or constructed depending on the background assessment of the two gender’s primary habits, biological changes and difficulties, physical abilities, emotional differences, behavioral differences and their daily inclinations. Socially, constructing gender roles and their definition may not be rejected for its bias or presuppositions, because despite their argument of oneness, there are visible and unchanging differences between the two. It may be noted that gender roles may be socially constructed but it is impossible to construct gender differences because nothing can disprove divine differences of the two genders. There could be a thin line or a blur line identifying and defining the differences between the two genders, because these roles are getting diluted as civilization progresses and secular outlook keeps growing in major religions and races.