To commence with, gender presents a hidden disparity between individuals. As well, gender is based on a complex properly constructed social form of interactions as well as, biologically through chromosomes, hormonal differences, and brain structure. Grown (2005, p. 43) views that the nature of gender leads to the creation of inequality, which manifests in diverse methods of daily life has far more reaching distinctions made between males and females, and differential treatment is indicated on gender inequality. In such a context, there are weakness-focused on why men should attend to negative stereotypes of women and behave in sexist ways toward their female subordinates. Reflectively, cultural stereotypes contain information about the strengths that women possess. These strengths are contextually irrelevant, and in most cases, these strengthen women into nurturing, communal contribution, and caring.