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Perdita

"Nicholas Darby was a prominent member of the Society of Merchant Venturers, based at the Merchants’ Hall in King Street, an association of overseas traders that was at the heart of Bristol’s commercial life. The merchant community supported a vibrant culture: a major theater, concerts, assembly rooms, coffee houses, bookshops, and publishers. Bristol’s most famous literary son was born just five years before Mary. Thomas Chatterton, Wordsworth’s “marvellous Boy,” was the wunderkind of English poetry. His verse became a posthumous sensation in the years following his suicide (or accidental self-poisoning) at the age of 17. For Keats and Shelley, he was a hero; Mary Robinson and Samuel Taylor."

"Generally speaking, witches are women and wizards are men. Despite the opinions of wizards and witches on this subject (that systemization comes easier to men and intuition comes easier to women), there appears to be no reason for this beyond cultural bias. There has only ever been one female wizard on the main discworld continent, as described in the events of Equal Rites. The island of Krull on the very Rim of the Disc does not mind female wizards, but no one from the Circle Sea would ever admit they exist."

Title photo from Steve Webb.

Yahoo! Groups have never really worked for me. I don't know why. This group is pro-femme. Any topic is up for discussion.

If anyone posts something, I will respond. If anyone uploads something, I will upload something. Otherwise nothing will happen on this group.

My main causes are Babeocracy. Bootocracy. Chastity. Eschatology. Eunuchisation. Gigantocracy. Gynarchy. Japanification. Matriarchy. Pedestalisation, Ponerology, Sthenography.

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  • 3
  • 20th Century
  • Sep 28, 2006
  • English

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