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01 Jan 1970 |

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feminism

By  Sista  IVY

Feminism is not for I n I, as descendants of the original Goddesses, Queens and Empresses. We were recognized and loved as the Great Mama of Creation, mother of all gods. We could be Pharoahs (Queen Hatshepsut) or warriors (Queen Kentakes, Nyabinghi, N’zinga, and many others).

fem2While I n I celebrate and promote Equal Rights and Justice, we do not support acting like a man to prove our strength. In our culture men have their role and women have their role and together is the fulfilment of the union. I need not pretend to have testicles when I am blessed with the Womb of Life and bring forth humanity. The Sun and Moon each have Divine purpose. Neither tries to act like the other.(Burn out your Babylon meditations) So it is with our Original and Divine African Family.

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Feminism refers to a period in European history during the nineteenth century and early twentieth century in the United Kingdom and the United States. Originally it focused on the promotion of equal rights for women and the opposition to chattel marriage and ownership of married women (and their children) by their husbands. However, by the end of the nineteenth century, activism focused primarily on gaining political power.

Seeing that slavery ended in 1865 by law, how long before what was said in law was done in practice is another question. Then I am sure black women didn’t just jump from being slaves to fighting for equal rights for women.

avic1It wasn’t until 1918 all males had the right to vote in Britain and woman aged 30+. by 1928 all men and woman over 21. 1969 voting age reduced to 18. When, feminists were still active in campaigning for women’s sexual, reproductive, and economic rights, black people were not equal in this society as the sign shows and this was in the 1950’s 1960’s.

Feminism is a European woman’s movement, created by them for them, which in fact lacks in comparison to our African Goddess systems. Can’t say I very much blame them. From the time they climbed out of the Caucus mountains, as “cavemen”, they have been abusive towards their women. She was considered a burden.  Pregnancy also considered an annoyance.

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A great book that covers some of this is ” The Iceman Inheritance ” by Michael Bradley.

While I n I celebrate and promote Equal Rights and Justice, we do not support acting like a man to prove our strength. I need not pretend to have testicles when I am blessed with the Womb of Life and bring forth humanity. The Sun and Moon each have Divine purpose, neither tries to act like the other. So it is with our Original and Divine African Family.

In 1918 the Representation of the People Act 1918 was passed granting the vote to women over the age of 30 who owned houses. In 1928 this was extended to all women over twenty-one. I really respect women. Every woman can do what she wants and be what she wants to be. But this movement of feminists is a threat to a healthy and natural relationship between men and women to me.

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They make housewives look stupid and blame nature for creating them as potential mothers. Some feminists shout out that unfaithful men should be killed. Although it’s a matter of fact that women cheat more often than men. They make men look like fools and so many things they do are just crazy.

BRA BURNING

In the 1960’s the phrase “Bra Burning” was well known.  People say that very few women actually burned their bras, but many supported those actions.  Women burned their bras because they felt that it proved a statement or made a stand for Women’s Rights.  Another reason they burned their bras was because it was a symbol that showed independence of men at the time.  The women that didn’t burn their bras often walked around wearing no bra at all.  This was also meant to show independence of men.

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RAWROOTS.