In reality males and females are expected to adopt, believe in, and fulfill specific gender roles and stereotypes. In this world, males are expected to be strong, independent, and athletic, where as back in the mid-centuries females are expected to be more of a housewife, quiet, & attractive. With these gender norms, it is common for labels to be given, and people to be ridiculed. While “traditional” gender stereotypes have remained structured for years, they have also been challenged and confronted by many women and feminists. An important area that has specifically been targeted in women is, sports conduct and their physical abilities. The ability to challenge characteristics about women’s physical appearance, athletic ability, and participation in sports, is relevant to their involvement in sports, which proves societies judgments untrue. However, it is also true that female stereotypes continue to expand. In most cases people would say that, certain genders are dressed in either blue or pink, or given gifts of either modest or feminine and referred to as strong and alert or soft and delicate. Such sports as these, could have a negative impact on children in the future, particularly females, who may want to pursue such dream.Males are to have certain characteristics and behaviours that are, “man like” while females are held accountable for being, “ladylike”. This expectation often results in women being banned from lifting weights, sweating even, being aggressive, participating and competing in physical activities. This is because society doesn’t want women to demonstrate masculine inteties. Furthermore, women were required to protect their reproductive systems, and activities such as these, allowed women to “play safely”.Dividing sports along masculine and feminine lines encourages and allows women to accept physical limits that have been placed on them.Therefore, women can be more likely to break free of traditional gender stereotypes. Research shows that children have stigma consciousness of gender in sports and physical activities. Historically, girls, women, and femininity have been defined in relation to men and masculinity. In conclusion sports, in the sports world have been tied with the masculine domain, and there has been a legacy of bias against the female athlete. As a result, traditional stereotypes for females have slowly been changing and evolving.