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Public Display of Confusion of Cultures - Conflict of Cultures Demonstrating Superiority with Issues of Subjugation

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Sep 23, 2022 at 16:50

There was a brief interim of modern perspectives as it was understood last century that women in free societies were allowed a certain modicum of respect while living in certain countries that respected their women when they conducted themselves in restraints of modesty. Howevee, as time drove on, certain elements of those societies decided those restraints were too confining and the fuel to terms of mysogyny were ignited and things degraded to the situations seen today.
In those other societies which never allowed women any such freedoms, that conditioning is what is at stake today. Who will win the argument?
That remains to be seen; but in America, it appears to be a losing battle since those who make arguments against mankind's predeliction for Chauvinism are willing to adhere to the other perceptions of modesty, giving up, apparently, to the gains a feministic attitude that once was the hallmark of being a free American.

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