Young (1990), ascribes such different types of movement as well as utilization of space to several aspects. She contends that females are specified by the society to restrict their bodily capability. For instance, she states that females take part in games which are mostly enclosing and sedentary and they are not motivated to build up bodily abilities in the similar manner boys are. Additionally, Young (1990) states that apart from the danger of objectification which females survive with, they also go through the danger of incursion of their body space. Moreover, the extreme kind of such bodily incursion is the danger of rape. One cannot deny the fact that everyday females have to face the likelihood of bodily incursion in several more manners as well.
As a result, it could be stated from the above that gender is constructed socially through community since individuals have to function, carry out and control their body in order to become either feminine or masculine (Jackson, 1986: 330). Gender thus becomes a daily practice wherein individuals are involved and suppositions related to gender engage individuals in “doing gender” that holds the impact of fortifying suppositions related to gender disparities (Howson, 2004: 53)
因此，可以说从以上，性别是社会通过社会因为个人发挥作用，执行和控制自己的身体，成为女性或男性（杰克逊，1986 : 330）。性别因此成为一个日常实践其中个人参与和假设有关性别进行个人“性别”持有的影响，强化假设相关的性别差异（豪森，2004 : 53）