A place to share Stereotypes.
Stereotypical Mormon: blond hair, blue eyes, polygamists, goody two-shoes, hate gays, "magic underwear", secret rituals in temples, worship Joseph Smith, Duggar-sized families, all of that other lovely stuff
Real Mormons: look just like everyone else, we ditched polygamy back in the mid 1800s and we haven't even thought about practicing it since, we're not hateful (I have a lot of friends in the LGBTQ+ community), the underwear is just temple clothing, we perform baptisms, marriages and endowments in our temples, we don't worship Joseph Smith, we worship Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ, and not all families are freaking huge (I only have two sisters)
Stereotypical Gender Identifying: Girls have long hair, make-up, wear dresses/"slutty" clothing, are social, show-off, fabulous, intelligent, and beautiful.
Boys wear modest clothing, like skateboarding, always attract girls/are attracted to girls, are prankster gangster, always win bets, and are those cool kids.
Real Gender Identifying: A boy has masculine genitalia, and will likely have a deeper voice than girls.
A girl has feminine genitalia, and will likely have a higher voice than males.
Genderfluid people have both masculine and feminine genitalia..
Gender-neutral people have no genitalia.
The fuck happened to gender identification?