why didn’t i get to learn about these women in history class? why only guys, and Columbus and Lewis and Clark did NOT discover anything at all. everything was already known buy everybody here. as a teen age boy i think i would have liked history a little more learning about all of the great women. great article, i loved it and others about strong, intelligent women. that said i am no longer voting along party lines, i’m voting hormonally, that’s right, testerone is out, and estrogen is in on my ballot. man has been ruling this world as a stumbling demented child king long enough. look around, it ain’t gettin’ better neither, it is time for some empathy, nurturing, compassion, intelligence, after all “mother” is the name of God on the lips of children
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