Christianity opts for a secular outlook which does not differentiate or discriminate between genders and regards them as no different. This has had a serious impact on women’s ability to seek masculine attributes and working out in gym, and many men have been impacted by feminine qualities who behave and think more like women. Gorely, Holroyd and Kirk (2003) describe the theme that argues about masculine and feminine attributes and the need for gender-relevant education to break the intermixing of the two gender roles. This is beneficial when the biological differences do not match and cannot ever match and become universal, which could cause a distressing perspective by taking differences as discrimination. When there is no difference between gender roles, there can be significant confusions when the inherent gender traits are misled to something they are not. This can cause serious psychological issues, especially for women who try and become masculine and they fail miserably because their biological roots are completely different from men. Even men can be seriously impacted when trying to becoming feminine, there can be a loss of their biological responsibilities of procreation and sexual union.
Intersection of the two gender and sexuality
Sexual intercourse is one intersection where both genders come mutually to receive and part physical pleasure, and this role is constructed primitively and not socially. No one is more dependent on the other during sexual relationships, because it is a divine arrangement that the two genders come together and play their respective roles in realizing sexual ecstasy.