One of the more common stereotype examples is stereotypes surrounding race. For example, saying that all Blacks are good at sports is a stereotype, because it's grouping the race together to indicate that everyone of that race is a good athlete.
There are also some common stereotypes of men and women, such as:
-Men are strong and do all the work. -Men are the "backbone." -Women aren't as smart as a man. -Women can't do as good of a job as a man. -Girls are not good at sports.
Stereotypes also exist about cultures an countries as a whole. Stereotype examples of this sort include the premises that:
-All white Americans are obese, lazy. -Italian or French people are the best lovers. -All Jews are greedy.
Groups of Individuals
A different type of stereotype also involves grouping of individuals. Most of this stereotyping is taking place in schools.
-All politicians think only of personal gain and benefit. -Girls are only concerned about physical appearance. -All blonds are unintelligent. -All teenagers are rebels.