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Stereotypes and Reverse Feminism

Shakespeare in Love. An earlier version of myself wrote this for womens' anthropology at Ventura College back in 2000. I thought I'd share: All the worlds a stage and all the men merely players. It's a line that echoes through the ages. Simply stated, not only the written words of Shakespeare but some of the most profound words ever characterizing human culture. Understanding & acceptance of this philosophy questions society's lack of change, and the relevance of.
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