This is a very interesting and historical look at Gynocentrism
The following short article, entitled Women’s and Men’s Rights, appeared in the 1875 volume Historic and literary miscellany, by G.M.D. Bloss. – PW
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THERE have recently been Women’s Rights conventions in New York and Boston. The general drift of the proceedings, was to show the wrongs of woman under the laws of society at present constituted. There were plenty of facts to show that in many instances women, at the present time, were ill-fed, ill-clothed, and ill-sheltered ; that their employment wits not remunerative in many cases, and that under their afflictions they were driven often to live a life of vice and crime.
All this will be freely admitted and universally regretted. But, and the question may be asked with emphasis, are these wrongs peculiar to women? Do they alone suffer them? Is there a discrimination against the sex? We unhesitatingly answer in the negative…
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