Written 43 years after Mary Wollstonecraft wrote ‘Vindication of the Rights of Woman,’ and a decade before the Seneca Falls Convention, this essay provides a very different perspective on the power, and status of women of the time.
Men in the MHRM are sometimes slow to acknowledge the full extent of male servitude. Catreece Macleod contends that women in the movement have different expectations placed on them, allowing them to ‘get the picture’ more quickly.
A fundamental law is that every living organism is inclined to choose the path of least resistance, least pain, greatest reward. Stephen Jarosek (aka Codebuster) looks at the implications of this law in the workplace behavior of men and women.
Feminism seeks a perpetual increase of both the power and rights of women without any accompanying responsibilities – this isn’t news. However it may surprise readers to learn this scam has been going on for well over 100 years.