Gender roles have more: made me feel limited OR made me feel like I have a place
It doesn't cross my mind.
Other people tended to limit me more than I did myself. I've mostly worked in male-dominated fields, and had to know what I was doing before I got much credit.
I don't feel like gender roles affect me directly, in regard to sense of identity, but overall, it seems to be more limiting
Agree, the roles haven't necessarily limited me all that much because I choose to go against many.. but if I were to have to take them seriously, I would think them to be extremely limiting.
It's a non-issue.
I don't really think about it too much either way.
For my generation limiting. I did the same job as a man and was paid less because I was a woman. With a man it was called orderly with the woman it was called nurses aid.
Never thought about them until all the whining started
A good guideline my ancestors followed.
Neither. I just don't care.. I do what I want.
Traditional gender roles would be limiting to me. I'm a driven person with interests outside of homemaking and childcare. I participate in sports, my career interests are in fields traditionally dominated by men, and I have no desire to cling to tradition for the sake of tradition, without evaluating if it's what I want or what is best for me.
I believe my place in society is as a compassionate, hard-working individual. Not as a traditional woman.
Well, I don't limit myself based on gender roles, but I used to. They are generally much more restrictive and limiting to people, in general.