Yes, I agree that gender and race are social constructs, not biological, since the abilities of both genders are similar. Even though society began by profiling female gender as weak and male ones as superior, several instances have shown that women are equally strong as their men counterparts. On the other side, men portray weakness as women. In regards to the racial formation, it is evident that no race is weaker or superior compared to the other. Although the society is trying to pin some races down and profiling them a weak - for example, the African Americans were portrayed as inferior to the whites – no race is more vulnerable than the other.