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Title: Non Traditional activity for Women

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Subject: History
Author: Archie S
Date: January 8, 2014
Level: University
Grade: A
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Through consideration of how femininities are embodied and lived in climbing it is concluded that whilst there is much to be gained from current theoretical approaches. Introduction I come from a background, that is society oriented and where education is given more preference than sports. Sports were considered only for men with few exceptions...

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Sports were considered only for men with few exceptions. We were allowed to play only those sports that were safe, not very challenging, and required less energy. We were told that women are supposed to be homely, and their job should be on focus on education and taking care of family. Men and women were treated as two separate entities...

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