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March 19, 2010


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"What if some women would not prefer to live in a society with gender equality even after becoming fully aware of the alternatives?"

If a woman is oppressed she will think like that. Does oppression prevents the ability to even have informed preferences? I would think so.

When slaves were freed in the USA many did not know what to do, and clung to the dependence of their plantation owners, feeling useless without them.

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