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Now that this year's Woman of the year and ,of course, Mother's day have passed we are hearing a little less of Me-Too and Time's-up. Come on ladies there is an awful lot to do. We have had 2000 years of Indoctrination from the Monotheist religions,(even the pagan Greeks and Romans had Goddesses and Heroines), whereas the patriarchal nature of religious content stems from the time it was first recorded.

Our bedtime stories consist of vulnerable ladies being rescued from Dragons ,witches and wicked stepmothers by heroes and princes. Well-if the shoe fits! No wonder our kids grow up thinking humans obey the laws of nature and the Alpha male rules.

There is a solution but it is a bit "Bah Humbug", religious texts etc should be age certified so that children could be taught them from,say,16, to avoid them being exposed or groomed with unsuitable gender bias. Fairy stories should be banned unless they are gender neutral and princess dresses should be destroyed.

It will take about 100 years to accomplish but the result should be everything we want.

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Forget the bed time stories, they are irrelevant really, just dress the boys up as girls and the girls as boys, encourage the boy's to stay and play in the house and the let the girls go out and play in the streets, I reckon that could knock it down to about 50 years, what do you think :D

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Now that this year's Woman of the year and ,of course, Mother's day have passed we are hearing a little less of Me-Too and Time's-up. Come on ladies there is an awful lot to do. We have had 2000 years of Indoctrination from the Monotheist religions,(even the pagan Greeks and Romans had Goddesses and Heroines), whereas the patriarchal nature of religious content stems from the time it was first recorded.

Our bedtime stories consist of vulnerable ladies being rescued from Dragons ,witches and wicked stepmothers by heroes and princes. Well-if the shoe fits! No wonder our kids grow up thinking humans obey the laws of nature and the Alpha male rules.

There is a solution but it is a bit "Bah Humbug", religious texts etc should be age certified so that children could be taught them from,say,16, to avoid them being exposed or groomed with unsuitable gender bias. Fairy stories should be banned unless they are gender neutral and princess dresses should be destroyed.

It will take about 100 years to accomplish but the result should be everything we want.

Shouldn’t you be getting the tea ready?

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we have a female Prime Minster, isn't that enough ?

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Shouldn’t you be getting the tea ready?

 

Getting tea ready , She ant got coil in yet :hihi:

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Fairy stories should be banned.

 

You girls have had it easy, at home all day, its us men that cannot carry on working because our bodies are worn out. You live longer for a reason.

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Our bedtime stories consist of vulnerable ladies being rescued from Dragons

 

I rescued our lass from the Dragon (the mother in law).

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This reads like a Viz letter... can't work out if serious or not.

 

Ban religion outright, that will solve most of the worlds issues.

 

And, speaking as someone who's worked in the steelworks, all this talk of forced gender stereotypes, it's not very safety conscious for a man to wear a floaty dress and hairspray around molten steel.

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