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Introducing some early Feminist Freethinkers

Sue M
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London, GB
Post #: 3,443
Many Feminist Freethinkers of the 18th 20th C. are now mostly unknown due to the indifference to feminist who think that feminism began with the Votes For Women in the last century and anti-racist and other radical political campaigns that should IMO be a secular humanist ideal. Not recognising the long historic effects of patriarchal religion on women is sad, but worse is that some do not appear to want to know.

These are just a few of them our courageous foremothers.

The video was made over six years ago and has still only clocked up 3.700 views, as have the others in the series, despite my years of atheist activism against the elitist prejudices of patriarchal religion.

Inevitably most were white and middle class, as black women would not have had the opportunity, that these few women were able to take advantage of. But at least they took it even they were pilloried and their work suppressed and censored.
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