Cultural Construction is a perspective on a subject that is shaped by cultural assumptions, rather than having a natural or objective basis.
Marriage is a cultural construction: it is not biologically necessary for men and women to marry.
Gender differences have now become a cultural construction. We have concepts of masculine and feminine that suggest to us how men and women should behave purely based on cultural construction, but very few of these gender differences are determined by biological sex.
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