Simply “male” and “female”

I tried to find the original of this on the Canadian Museum of History website but couldn’t (because I couldn’t figure out how to narrow the search from 4,300 hits). Secondary source will have to do for now.

How backward can you get?

Has anyone ever understood the point of feminism at all???

No, you dumbfux, finding axes in women’s graves doesn’t = anshent peeple new genner idenniny are complikated. Finding axes in women’s graves = it appears that some women used axes.

Yes it’s interesting. Yes it could mean that gender roles weren’t always strictly enforced, or were unlike our ideas of gender roles. It could mean a lot of things of that type. What it’s highly unlikely to mean is that ancient people thought about gender the way brainless hipsters do in 2024.

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