I have experienced a lot of the negative things mentioned in class within my first four years in high school. I have been called a slut, made fun of by my peers, and many other things. I did not take any of it personally until around junior year. I started noticing that socialization was typically taking place within the male-dominated environment of school. Female teachers disparaged me and the females under my gaze. Male teachers were polite towards me but seemed to side with the women. I won't get into the gendered specific details but I could give a few examples.
I have had many questions arise in my mind about this topic, and I've developed a few theories that I would like to express below. These theories and thoughts have been fueled by what I have witnessed in the world around me as a young adult.
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