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Me: Where should we plant the rhubarb?
Husband: Over there under the tree.
Me: But that’s in the shade?
Husband: Rhubarb like shade.
Me: Don’t all plants need sun? 777 more words
Fact: men commit most of the violence in the world, whether domestic violence, military violence, murders or mass shootings. By far, these acts of violence—along with the violence of logging, mining, drilling, hunting animals, industrial fishing, developing and spreading chemicals in the environment—all committed at a higher rate and under the leadership of men. 1,132 more words
Hatshepsut (1508-1456 BC) – she was the pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty of Egypt and one of the most influential rulers of Ancient Egypt. According to Egyptologist James Henry Breasted she was “the first great woman in history of whom we are informed”. 3,274 more words
The Big Question (and necessary preamble): Recently I was asked if I was a “Feminist”. In the past, I have shied away from answering this question because people have often equated Feminism with a radical view of male patriarchy, or “man hating”. 6,400 more words