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More like "idiotic ideology friday".

But the vast majority of women have always been property, chattel to be traded like oxen and tossed away like trash.

I've yet to find a single feminist who can give an example of ANY society where this was true. But feminism is impervious to facts. They just carry on repeating this sort of bigoted rubbish endlessly.

Throughout recorded history and continuing right through to our present era, women have been systematically disenfranchised, abused, degraded, enslaved, disregarded, and finally discarded.

Ideological nonsense. in fact the opposite could be argued more effectively - that men not women were systematically discriminated against.

And the root reason is pretty simple and disturbingly plain: The average 25 year old woman has the upper body power of an ailing 65 year-old man

And yet no body says that old people have been discriminated against throughout all history do they? For that matter aren't children even weaker again? I guess folks must have really screwed them over, eh? Absolute utter nonsense is the rule for feminist "thinking".

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