Real Progress

Obviously, any woman who achieved anything of note at any time in history must have been a man.

What a victory for progress.

3 thoughts on “Real Progress

  1. The best part is that the article completely disregards the context. Alcott said she must be a man because she was attracted to women but not men.

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  2. I can help them to find more ‘trans’ people 🙂 :

    “I know I have the body but of a weak, feeble woman; but I have the heart and stomach of a king, and of a king of England too” ~ Elizabeth the 1st

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  3. Oi. Now we are gonna dig through the archives of an era when women were legally and socially inferior, find every time a woman said “Gee, I wish I were a man!” and declare that they were, in fact, men. Because real women loved not having the full complement of rights and privileges so much…

    Sigh.

    Meanwhile, still searching for all the men in the same era wishing they were women so they could have their career prospects restricted, lose the right to vote, and own property on confusing and tenuous terms…

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