Quote: Originally Posted by dumpthemonarchy
To say that hundreds of years ago, women had power to run organisations requires much more than a say so from aboriginals today.
The accounts were collected form first contact. Recorded, and saved in such prestigious places as, the Smithsonian, The Library of Congress. The British Museum.
It doesn't hold up.
It holds up better, under limited scrutiny, than you claims of a history degree, lol.
All tribal societies are male dominated, with a little influence by women.
And yet here you are, proven wrong by one post.
Women gather and basket weave, the men are the warriers, carry weapons and use them.
That's funny. Men were actually known for their creative skills, as much as they were for their warrior skills. Many fine collections of bead work, from known artisans of the time, were in fact, made by men.
Not too long ago in Canada women were the property of men and the man was the king of his castle.
I was already well aware of how far advanced we were to European settlers.
Now go back 500 years.
You wouldn't survive.
Try not to be so silly.
You should observe your own advice.
Try not to embarrass yourself with delusions of the past.
Ummm, you do realize, the only one embarrassing themselves, is you.
Last edited by CDNBear; Mar 16th, 2012 at 06:26 PM..