Gender is precisely defined as the two distinct individuals of a similar species, of which one is male and the other is female. This is largely derived from the biological differences with which the two genders are born and grow up to become two distinct individuals though being of the same species. However, other definition of gender comes from the identification of social and cultural differences in the two distinct individuals, in that one is socially responsible for bread earning and the other with child rearing and home making. Different cultures have different roles of the two genders and they are known differently in their description. For example, for a country with gender neutral culture, the two genders are only distinguished by their biological difference and nothing else. Whereas, in the Eastern nations and some orthodox or aboriginal communities, there are specific differences between the two genders which define their gender and the associated gender roles.
Sexuality is one big factor in identifying the gender differences, in which the two have distinct roles in having intercourse and extract different joys and ecstasy. The female gender is known to be sexually active for a longer period time, experiencing multiple orgasms, and the male gender is less than the female. This is one difference that defines and distinguishes their commonality. Through sexuality, both play different roles due to which their roles came to be defined differently. In addition, the process of the intercourse leading to the conceiving of the female gender also makes a marked distinction between the two. Male gender cannot conceive biologically, which remains an indisputable and divine fact, and the female is the one endowed with the blessing of giving birth to a progeny or offspring. These roles define gender specifically and have been come to be fixated as male and female possessing and exhibiting two different social and cultural roles in different communities, which justifies their definition.