‘Anti-man movement’ of 1830 – forerunner of feminist movements

‘Anti-man movement’ of 1830 – forerunner of feminist movements

Gynocentrism and its cultural origins

The following are a few clippings from newspaper archives pointing to the existence of an “Anti-Man Movement” – so called by the women who formed them –  existing as early as 1830. Clearly ‘anti-man’ turned out to be a branding problem which would later be changed to ‘suffragettes/feminists.’ – PW

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nsapwr3_extrAnti-Man Society.

A meeting of the ladies in Maine has lately been held, to take into consideration the propriety of establishing a society to be called the Anti-man Society. It is said be an established fact that for the last century the male party have, by unholy combination, contrived keep all political offices themselves, to the exclusion women. They are now resolved to put down this unrighteous combination, and if not exclude men entirely at least to have equal share among themselves.— Philadelphia Paper.
Anti-man society - Northampton Mercury - Saturday 19 June 1830Source: Reported in Northampton Mercury – Saturday 19 June 1830
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And You Wonder Why I Call Black Women Witches – Straight From The Horse’s Mouth, The Evidence Laid Out

And You Wonder Why I Call Black Women Witches – Straight From The Horse’s Mouth, The Evidence Laid Out

Exposing Corruption Under Every Rock

Thanks to Uncle Ruckus for putting me onto this.

Evidence:

https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2018/11/black-millennials-african-witchcraft-christianity/574393/

The big secret that very few people wish to discuss is the fact that black women as a collective have always been involved in witchcraft in some form or another for a very, very long time, the difference is, it is in this time period of moral decay and societal decline that black women are now choosing to “come out of the closet” per say concerning their pagan views, beliefs and practices.

Again, this false idea that there are good witches as well as bad witches has only recently been introduced as a way to sucker in gullible and vulnerable younger women, in times past witches were only known for evil and nothing else. Did you catch what was said at the 1:21 mark, they wanted to involve themselves in a practice that was “inclusive of the genders”, in…

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