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lYUNGHITLERl
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It is only about you and your sisters huh? You obviously do not even read my replies based on your total disregard of my arguments. lol

You’re So Vain
But how do we know that women have always been this Narcissistic? Consider the history of the Women’s Suffragette Movement of 1906. In England, voting rights were historically linked to land ownership established by King Henry VI in 1432; you could only vote if you owned enough property. In the late 19th century to early 20th century, women were only concern about the women’s rights to vote, citing that it is discrimination against women. But before the voting reform 1918, only 4 out of 10 men could vote and after the Equal Franchise Act of 1928 equal rights to vote was established. Voting rights were never about gender discrimination; it was about class discrimination.

The suffragettes had made it all about women at a time when even men could not vote (manwomanmyth, 2010). These shameless, entitled and self-deluded women could only see their own wants, envied only those that had it and exploited men by claiming male privileges to get it. And this was also during the time of the First World War where men who could not vote were sent to die by the hundreds of thousands. If suffragettes were really concerned with equal rights, why did they not fight for the rights to vote for these men? Instead, feminists such as Emmeline Pankhurst and her daughter Christabel shamed men into going to war by giving them ‘white feathers’ (Donald, 1998). Feminists did not want equal voting rights for all men and women; feminists wanted voting rights for only women and for the men to just die.