Girls are punished equal to boys. As children grow up, they are treated as equals regardless of gender. In college, professors don’t care whether one is a boy or girl. At the end of the day, the student needs to study and pass tests without favoritism.
In high school and middle school, girls have more pressure on them than boys. Girls have the expectation of being tame and manageable. Because of the expectation to be perfect, girls aren’t allowed to be laid back, goofy, or fun. Being the “perfect” student isn’t a realistic concept.
Academically, girls feel pressure of getting good grades.
They are believed to be the ones who cause the most change in the world. Girls will become doctors, mothers, and teachers. Because they want to get good grades, girls have more anxiety and stress.