1) Katie Gentile says: "The thing
about Frank is that he seems to have a more fluid sense of identity,
a more fluid sense of what it is to be masculine". What does she
mean by "fluid"?
2) Katie says that the boys in this video clip seem to define "masculinity" for themselves in different ways, while the girls limit themselves to a more traditional idea of "femininity". Do you think this is the case with most young people? What can influence someone's idea of what it means to be "masculine" or "feminine"?
Watch Beyond Appearances for a look at the different ways teen women define gender roles.
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