Fear of Women Without Guilt

We are in the midst of a transition. The old patriarchal world, which I call analog, is a world in which Newton mechanics have prevailed, through the invention of fire, and the first and second industrial revolutions. In this old world, nations were constructed within the framework of social orders that were subjugated by religions and diverse ideologies.
Except for the matriarchal order, which is buried in the depths of history, all the old world orders have one common factor: men, who compose half of the world’s population, do not share power with women, who make up the other half of the world. Women have been governed through being silenced, oppressed and forced into passivity. This treatment, in spite of some exceptions, has never changed. I wonder why it is so.

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