The Founding Queen of Gynocentrism

Eleanor of Aquitaine and her daughter Marie directed poets and novelists to record their ideas of what a gynocentric society would look like, including behaviours of romantic chivalry and female superiority. Their engineering of a new gynocentric culture was so wildly successful that over the intervening 800 years it has grown to become the dominant global trope, with romantic novels now outgrossing all of the world’s holy books combined.

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