B.R. Merrick walks us across the bridge that spans the gulf between men and women, noticing the cracks and conflict stressed supports along the way. And he shows us weak portions, stressed by the weight of unrealistic expectation.
Voting rights, or lack of them, are the quintessential piece of prima facie evidence of women’s oppression in the west. Feminists jingle them like a bloody set of chains. For B.R. Merrick, the sound has become empty and annoying.
It is amazing what you can learn from history when you actually make it a point to study it. Just as it is amazing what you can do to distort it with ideology and political groupthink. B.R. Merrick weighs in on history and oppression.