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Kamilah Hauptmann

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I realize it's a satire site, but the sad thing is that there are quite a lot of men out there who I believe think that way.
 

Kamilah Hauptmann

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Note to self: next time I want to insult someone from Baton Rouge I'll call him a scrotum and he'll have no clue.
 
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Cristalle

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The leaks just keep coming about Douma. More people inside the OPCW are showing that the scientific information even in the final fraudulent report contradicts itself.
 

Veritable Quandry

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Slavic and Norse legends (and archaeological sites) indicate that female warriors were not unheard of in the area that the series is based on. Plus ask the Mongols or Japanese about female warriors. Just to name a few examples. Nearly every culture has examples of women as defensive forces in war as home-guards, while many also have examples of women in varying numbers joining offensive campaigns alongside men. Dude is just wrong. On many levels.
 

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Slavic and Norse legends (and archaeological sites) indicate that female warriors were not unheard of in the area that the series is based on. Plus ask the Mongols or Japanese about female warriors. Just to name a few examples. Nearly every culture has examples of women as defensive forces in war as home-guards, while many also have examples of women in varying numbers joining offensive campaigns alongside men. Dude is just wrong. On many levels.
The Vikings were ahead of their time compared to most of Europe as far as female equality.
 

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The Vikings were ahead of their time compared to most of Europe as far as female equality.
Or more behind the times in suppressing women's role in society. Pre-Christian Europe in general had more opportunities for women.
 

Kamilah Hauptmann

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Fionalein

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Oh yeah? Has that guy ever heared about those weird people in Europe? I think they were called Celts. Women not deemed able to wield weapons is a Graeco-Roman cultural heritage - maybe partial Middle Eastern too but it clearly already was there in Rome before Christianity induced the ideas of a former desert religion.
 
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