I received a funny look the other day from a female history professor (!! LOL) when I repeated thoughts similar to this comment posted earlier here at the unaffiliated blog:
The woman started saying something after that about how anatomy and physiology classes, and doctors’ offices for that matter, haven’t existed for that long in history. She also said that for a lot of human history people would have had a lot of exposure to biological sex because they would have lived on a farm, and they would have had to talk about breeding and animal pregnancy and things as part of daily life.
Of course you can guess my reaction, internet! LOL What are they teaching in those feminist schools these days? This woman is a history professor (she is not even married BTW) and a feminist and she thinks women were farmers?
Those of us who have taken the “red pill” can of course think about the world logically and see how ridiculous this is. How would women even run combine harvesters while wearing long skirts? And what, we are expected to believe that farms would have just lain fallow for a week every month while the ladies had their periods? ROFL.