Tag Archives: matriarchy

A Theory

What is a theory? I went to the dictionary and found six different definitions, but all of them similar. So, I chose two to use here: A wordy one: “proposed explanation whose status is still conjectural and subject to experimentation, … Continue reading

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Flip Side

As they say, “There is always a flip side to every coin.” I have already written about how it is the elite, within any culture, that forms, frames, and defines that culture. The Patriarchy defined woman, but also defined man … Continue reading

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Getting to the Roots

I collect words. About a week after my last post, I found a new (to me) word , in my mail box. The word is deracinate. It literally means: to pull up by the roots. But has come to define the … Continue reading

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Matriarchy and the Matter of Bias

“Matriarchy has often been presented as negative, in contrast to Patriarchy as natural and inevitable for society, thus that matriarchy is hopeless. Love and Shanklin wrote: When we hear the word “matriarchy”, we are conditioned to a number of responses: … Continue reading

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  I created this blog almost ten years ago, in 2008. And if you take a look through its archives, you will find an assortment of essays, written by me, on numerous different topics, but a majority of them are … Continue reading

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