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Divorcing a King – Eleanor of Aquitaine #1 – Extra History

This entertaining video, perhaps inadvertently, shows how wrong the feminist historical narrative is. Points to watch out for: Eleanor’s father left his lands to her Eleanor had a good education and spoke Latin King Louis went out of his way to please his wife Eleanor Eleanor wasn’t afraid to speak her mind Eleanor clashed with …

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Race Motherhood: Is Woman The Original Human Race? – by Dora B. Montefiore 1920

The following, rather long essay was written in 1920 as a recapitulation of the earlier gynocentric theory presented by Lester F. Ward. The theory, which was openly misandric, proved wildly popular among both feminists and laypersons in this early period of the modern era. Several notable men’s human rights activists, including Ernest B. Bax pushed …

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Ernest B. Bax responds to Lester Ward’s ‘Gynocentric Theory’

The following article titled ‘A Different Interpretation‘ was penned by Ernest Belfort Bax and published in Justice, 18th September 1909, p.10. (letter) * * * DEAR COMRADE, – With reference to Professor Lester Ward’s book reviewed in last week’s “Justice,” and the statements made in it which are apparently regarded by the author as arguments in favour of the …

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