First radical feminist?
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Whos' the first feminst you'd consider a radical?

To me, it would be Margret Fuller... More like Margret Fullofshit.

She was a big part of the prohibition movement, which was heavily associated with religion and feminism. It was, as you know, a disaster.
However, if you go back, feminism was a big part of the prohibition movement. It's like if men passed a "no nagging" law. Oh, wait, we have that in the middle east

Keep in mind, Margret Fuller was considered by feminists such as Susan B. Anthony as one of the most influential females of the 19th century if not the most. The bullshit she spouted must have had an impact on the prohibition movement.
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Can making multiple threads a day by the same person for the purpose of trolling be considered spam?

Silver give it up dude you're an attention seeker that needs to go elsewhere, give the trolling a rest.
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Let me guess bartime?
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His ban ended too soon.
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If your going to troll at least be good at it.
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silversongwriter wrote:

Whos' the first feminst you'd consider a radical?

To me, it would be Margret Fuller... More like Margret Fullofshit.

She was a big part of the prohibition movement, which was heavily associated with religion and feminism. It was, as you know, a disaster.
However, if you go back, feminism was a big part of the prohibition movement. It's like if men passed a "no nagging" law. Oh, wait, we have that in the middle east

Keep in mind, Margret Fuller was considered by feminists such as Susan B. Anthony as one of the most influential females of the 19th century if not the most. The bullshit she spouted must have had an impact on the prohibition movement.


I've closed this for a couple of reasons:

1) you've already opened discussion on this topic in your thread on Transcendentalism, which is still open.
2) you've started off in an abrasive way ("Fullofshit") that seems intended to start more of a bashing thread than an open discussion about feminism, and the early replies of others suggests no one is interested in having this discussion with you, thus the discussion is unlikely to continue in a meaningful way.
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