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Women lost the "war between the sexes". Since the time of birth, women are being made into logs with legs spread wide, as an indication of their main purpose - to participate in the reproduction of the human race, and be pleasant toys in the hands of men. Most important is to not forget to tell women, who “love through their ears”, that they are wonderful, priceless, how much men love them and depend on them. Long ago women were programmed to believe in any nonsense, instead of seeing and analyzing facts (as well as history).

Every woman considers herself an individual. In vain, as regardless of race, ethnicity, profession, and so on, no woman is an individual. Every woman lives as man programmed her to live, as it is convenient for him, as he wants her to. Women do not even suspect who produces images for what they consider their "Self", and why.

By studying the history of world culture (literature, pictorial art, architecture, music, science, etc.), it is easy to trace that men usurped everything that had to do with images, as ideas for creation of anything. And, from time immemorial, women were left with a role of stupid consumers and performers, and it was made sure that women think that they (women) are creators, too. But, women did not participate in the birth of any product, which begins with a sketch, and in turn a sketch begins with an idea, and an idea begins with an image. Yes, women weaved, embroidered, painted cloth, and sometimes sewed. But, based on sketches made by whom? Based on sketches and patterns created by men. The essence of this process is to forbid women from creating images, and under any excuse to never allow women to do it, ever.

©2014 Andrey Davydov, Olga Skorbatyuk, Kate Bazilevsky, HPA Press (P)2014 Andrey Davydov, Olga Skorbatyuk, Kate Bazilevsky, HPA Press

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I failed to notice that this is only 13 minutes long. That is not even long enough to be a phone call. How is this listed as a book? This should not have been allowed to be sold.

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