Name some myths & stereotypes about the following:
(1) your particular ethnic or racial group
(2) your family background(family size, birth order)
(3) your socioeconomic group
(4) your hometown or city
(5) your religious, ethical, or spiritual belief
(6) your sociopolitical beliefs
(7) your gender
(8) your personality typology i.e. introversion or extroversion
This is interesting and is this a part of a research project you are doing?
One thing I will offer you about me is that coming from a traditional working class background, you were looked out for, only if you stayed in your place. It didnt and doesnt make sense to me.
Just curious about people. I love to just THINK.....& CREATE. I am just fecund w/creativity, WORK WITH ME HERE(laughter)!
5) I was raised by born-again Christians, and consider myself born-again. However, I do not go to church and I am not a Republican. I am pro-choice and pretty liberal in my political leanings. (The myths here is that all born-again Christians go to church, are Reblicans and are pro-life)
7) My gender is female. I am not one of the shy, retiring types who need a man to take care of her. I am strong in my own right. I have raised 2 children and supported 2 husbands. I was not raised to think I would need a man to take care of me. I was raised to think I would always have to work and take care of myself.
Oh, and I am from NJ, but I am not loud or crass and I do not swear a lot. (But I'm pretty good at it if I want to be)
Are these the types of things you are looking for?
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