The discrimination is an immoral and ethical and unfairly behavioral practice of an individual and groups of individual to consider differently from one to others individuals or groups of individual. 

Gender Sensitization

Gender sensitization refers to the modification of behaviour by raising awareness of gender equality concerns. Gender sensitization theories claim that modification of the behaviour of teachers and parents towards children can have a causal effect on gender equality. gender sensitization is about changing behaviour and instilling empathy into the views that we hold about our own and the other gender. It helps people in examining their personal attitudes and beliefs and questioning the realities they thought they know.

Achieving gender equality is not a women concern but the responsibility of all in the society. Empowering women and girls towards greater participation in development means working towards more balanced and equal power relations between the sexes is responsibility of society.

Gender Roles

Gender sensitization are always regarded as personal and cultural since they determine the way in which males and females speak, dress, think and interact with their environment. Societies, groups and individuals have divergent expectations on their gender based. Gender sensitization are the beliefs and values that the environment has believed. Learning plays a critical role on gender sensitization because of the continuous interaction between individual and their respective involvements. Therefore a proper gender sensitization our best defined in accordance with the societies believes and perception towards the the differences between the sexes. 

Most of the scholars have considered gender as a social construct that is created by the the social and cultural norms. From the time a child is born, he has been pressurized to confirm some gender sensitization on the basis of their biological sex and the kind of gender they are assigned to.

Gender sensitization

A gender sensitizationrefers to the way in which men and women are expected to behave and act in the society based on their sex. 
In traditional norms womens are seen more nutritious as compare to men. In the ancient time women were expected to work full time in their families while men used to do less work as compared to women. On the other hand, the society look man as the leader of their family. According to the traditional view on gender sensitization, the man should provide financial and make critical decisions of the family while women should feed their families. 

Parents role in gender sensitization

gender sensitisation are passed down from one generation to another with their parents. Parents play a critical role in the development of gender sensitization in their children. For instance, at the age of 3 children start becoming aware of the differences between boys and girls basing on the actions of their parents and also the nature in their surrounding. As the time passes, children start learning appropriate behaviour expected of them by the parents and the entire society. Send the infancy of their babies, parents do not read their sons and daughters equally. Its start from dressing their children with different colours, having different toys. Parents passes a behaviour by rewarding and praising their children for good actions. Gender sensitization also comes from the punishment which they get after the mistakes which they did. 

As their child grows, they realise the gender sensitization from their parents on them from an early age and are most likely to generalise stereotypes to various objects and occupations. Children cannot deny the reality of what they see e in the entire society.