resubmitted because the first one had a typo, my bad.
I hoping that this is supposed to be ironic or someone’s getting slapped!
Agreed. Or the ghost of Mary Wollstonecraft is going to rise up and forcibly change this person’s major.
First of all it’s WOMEN’S, not WOMENS’
This is now a Mary Wollstonecraft appreciation blog. Also, John Adams’s personal copy of Vindications is still around, along with his comments how everything was bullshit. The people in power did not care about women’s rights; hence, the opinion that no one cared about women’s rights.
She was the original BaMF.
-yawn- Christine de Pizan was long before Wollstonecraft writing about sexism and women’s rights. There are many other female (and some male!) Humanist writing about women’s rights as well. Lets cut the traditional history bullshit where women don’t matter until the 19th Amendment happened.
Christine de Pizan was the original BAMF.
Abigail is not amused. Her namesake, 2nd First Lady Abigail Adams, championed women’s rights in the 18th century before the US even declared its damn independence.