In 21st century, we would like to think that Pakistani parents have dissimilar standards and dissimilar dreams for their sons and daughters. It’s not that parents don’t want their daughters to be bright or their sons to be in shape, but they are much more concentrated on the intelligence of their sons and the waistlines of their daughters. Pakistani parents have different hopes and standards for their sons than their daughters. But daughters have more loving than the sons.
Parents want all their children, whatever they are boys or girls, to be glad and fruitful. Yet a recent study of Internet search data suggests that American parents do in fact hold different expectations for their children made on sex. For one, they want their lads to be smarter and their daughters skinnier.
Start with intellect. It’s hardly astonishing that father mother of young children are often enthusiastic at the thought that their child may be gifted. But this question is not asked equally about young boys and young girls. Parents are two and a half periods more expected to ask “Is my son brilliant?” than “Is my daughter brilliant?” Parents show a similar prejudice when using other clause related to intelligence that they may shy away from saying aloud, like, is my son a genius or a daughter.
Parents picking up on confirming the law or rules differences between young girls and boys. Maybe young boys are more likely than young girls to use big words or otherwise daughters is better than the sons. Nope if anything, it’s the opposite. At young ages, when parentages most often search about possible able, girls have consistently been shown to have larger vocabularies and use more complex sentences. Even though all this, parentages looking around the dinner table appear to see more talented boys than girls.