Oh, how women have moved up the ranks
In 1848, the Seneca Falls Convention met. Two days later, 68 women and 32 men signed Elizabeth Cady Stanton's "Declaration of Rights and Sentiments," a list of grievances women held against their oppressed circumstances.
(She wrote it in such a manner as to be impressively reminiscent of the "Declaration of Independence," which a few men I know would readily use as an application of typical womanly behavior: twisting a man's own words to use against him.)
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