I raised all three of my children, from infancy on, the exact same way. My approach was that I would "raise human beings first, and let their sex/gender take care of itself, once the time came." The only thing I did that was different was that I tried to help my little sons be happy to be little boys (by making sure they had nice "little boy" clothes - rather than "not bothering because they were boys"); and I tried to help my daughter enjoy being a girl, even though I tried to nurture strength, independence, and intelligence in her; as well as in her brothers.
So, I guess, as far I'm concerned, the only difference was the clothes when they were little. As they went from preschoolers to school age, they "separated off" into their respective sexes, but still, in a lot of ways, remained very similar (as far as "what kind of child" they were went).
Today, my sons are handsome, strong, masculine, looking young men; and my daughter is a strong, independent, person who happens to be about "as feminine as it gets" too.
All three were active kids. All three were well behaved in school and wherever I brought them. All three were gentle and kind little kids. All three were kids who knew they didn't have to put up with being pushed around. They have their own personalities, of course; but in a lot of ways, they're very similar.