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When discussing the significance of sex identity, every person has a different perspective and perception. Most times, these views are instilled upon them during their youth whether they are fully aware of it or not. Consequently, some children feel forced to conform to the stereotypical sex roles and identities defined by society. For mepersonally, however, that was never an issue. The many adventures I faced throughout my childhood played an important and defining role in the forming of my gender identity. As a young kid my favourite toys were dolls and stuffed animals, and quite often my parents found me setting up tea parties or playing home. While my parents did provide me with cars and other gender neutral toys, I was always drawn towards dolls and other stereotypic woman toys. I was the first and only child for seven decades, so that I never needed anything else with which to compare. Maybe if I grew up surrounded by the toys and hand-me-downs in the older brother my perception towards liking dolls and the colour purple might have been different. When I was younger ...