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When you have all the same rights in the western world that men do plus some special privileges on top of that, yet you still keep playing the victim card, “oh we’re sooooooooo oppressed, wah wah wah”, in order to milk even MORE privileges out of it then you’re making it pretty obvious to anyone with more than shit for brains that equality isn’t nearly good enough for you. Much of the literature of the time is even more grossly immoral in tone than the literature of the age of classical decadence.

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Publisher: Xlibris (January 13, 2010)

ISBN: 1450018505

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