Denaturing to the traditional man from a sort perspective " typical or traditional man " one went away constructing maintaining that the masculine thing is the dominant thing, and is legitimized; against this background the woman appears like a being inferior, weak, needed taken care of and protection, possessing of the maternal instinct, therefore " she must take care of the children and take care of the home " , while the man is like a strong, brave, active, competitive being in charge to exert the authority, external supplier of the home and the family. The imposition of values, customs, of a certain society influence to assign to each sort a certain roll. Some of the accepted values of the man like " normal " they are: necessity to prevail, to be robust, to expose its virilidad, to own hard, distant appearance, to instill respect, among others; this entails to a profusion of distortions and the imposition of fixed rolls, determined gestures and corporal habits: to be man is not to cry, not to demonstrate emotions, not to blush like a woman, to hold the punishment without complaints, to be arranged to fight with its hands when it is necessary, not to let themselves intimidate by the presence of other men, etc. This means that an amalgam of stereotypes has settled down to represent what is to be " typical or traditional man " , next to all this, the division of rolls visualizes, that is to say, according to the sort " the things of men " and " the things of women " , that with as much force they have traditionally defined – and still in many societies it continues existing – the central place of the man. These characteristics that have been enunciated have to do with a process, an extensive process that has relation for example with: the attitudes of the majors to the minors, the instilled relation of the parents with the children, traditional mandates from the education, the forms of the game, the small responsibilities assigned according to sex, among others; all these characteristics they form the identifications of each sort. .