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This group was previously reclassified by Yahoo for a mature audience only. We recognise that Rihanna, Beyonce, Christina, Britney, Madonna et all sing and dance for the benefit of all, so we shall try again to run a squeaky clean e-group on this topic.

One of a series of sthenographic groups that espouse the cause of women everywhere. The title is not prescriptive but suggestive.

Spam is kept out, messages are edited for grammar, spelling and punctuation. No coarse language is allowed although euphemisms are encouraged.

Themes: Amazonology, angelolatry, artificial intelligence, Avengerism, babeocracy, Bathory, bitcholatry, bootism, bullying, cakery, chastity, chloroform, cryptozoology, Cthuhlu mythos, cuckoldry, cyberpunk, dressage, eschatology, eunuchism, fundamentalism, gender wars, geopolitics, gigantophilia, Gothicism, gynolatry, hitwomen, mannequins, martial arts, matriarchy, mythomania. Neo-feminism, neo-nationalism, occult, pedestalisation, platforming, ponerology. robotos, sissification, sororities, Stantonesquerie, stiefelreich, thanatos, wenchism, witchery, xenophilia.

"Friendly societies adopted their aprons by simply copying the long established freemasons. The freemasons adopted theirs from the ones used by medieval stonemasons. By the end of the 19th century countless organisations were wearing Masonic-style aprons on public and ceremonial occasions to celebrate unity, demonstrate affiliation and indicate position and status. The images below are just some of the aprons that survive in collections across the Lothians and Fife, representing just a few of the hundreds of organisations and thousands of individuals that invested in these articles."

Title artwork by the great Eric Stanton.

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  • 106
  • Losers
  • Jul 16, 2007
  • English

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