Freed of patriarchy, women express their individuality

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  1. Posted by Roman Lance on August 30, 2018 at 1:38 pm

    And each one of those “women” that have been freed from the patriarchy will insist that men should man-up and support their overvalued, self-absorbed hydes.

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    Are these Australia’s contribution to the decline of western civ, or are we looking at good ol’ USA women?

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  2. Lol.

    History has no example of hegemony being a good thing, or diversity being a bad thing, that I can think of.

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  3. Posted by fuzziewuzziebear on September 4, 2018 at 5:41 am

    What a contrast! We do have to be reminded that it was a while getting from one to the other.

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  4. Posted by Ollie on October 6, 2018 at 12:31 pm

    You know, I once got to see someone very close to me wither away and die from cancer. I recently found an old photo of that person in happier times, and the contrast of that pic to the image of the same person on their deathbed, which has long been seared into my mind, was both painful and cathartic. The old happy photo is now stuck in my head too, a beautiful contrast to the death mask that was hanging there before. Seeing this photo above gave me roughly the same feeling (though not as intense). You feel an intense sense of loss, but you feel better because you know things were better once, and you think, you start to believe, that somehow there can be a restoration of that better state – after all, here is the proof, sitting right in front of your very eyes! “Things were once nice like this, surely they can be again, right?” I think contrasts like this photo of yours are why the powers that be, the same ones who vociferously boosted feminism and so many other modern cancers, have a vested interest in undermining and “deconstructing” the happy images of the past. They don’t want people to question the validity of the “utopia” their reign has wrought. Anyway, thanks for sharing this.

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