It's ALREADY watered down to be bearable : In the original tale, he fucks her while she's asleep, and she gives birth to twins who feed on her while she sleeps, and one day, one of them grabs her finger and starts suckling, removing the splinter making her sleep... and she wakes up a mother... charming :o)
кажется они начинают о чём-то догадываться
От осведомлённых источников мне стало известно, что одним из нынешних трендов феминизма в Корее является борьба за право не носить бюстгальтеры и не быть при этом осуждёнными обществом. Горячо поддерживаю их в этом начинании.
The men up there don't like a lot of blabber
They think a girl who gossips is a bore
Yet on land it's much preferred for ladies not to say a word
And after all dear, what is idle babble for?
Come on, they're not all that impressed with conversation
True gentlemen avoid it when they can
But they dote and swoon and fawn
On a lady who's withdrawn
It's she who holds her tongue who gets a man
сегодня @rostag обратил внимание на то что в украинском языке слова "родители" нет, а есть "отцы" — тут либо сексизм, либо пропаганда гомосексуальных браков, не иначе
в фейсбучке сегодня опять натужные споры на тему должен ли папочка мочь запрещать мамочке делать аборт
и эмансипация pbs.twimg.com
In 1865 John Stuart Mill was elected to Parliament on a platform that included votes for women, in 1869 he published his essay in favour of equality of the sexes The Subjection of Women.
in May 1867 and Mill also proposed an amendment to the 1867 Reform Act to give women the same political rights as men but the amendment was treated with derision and defeated by 196 votes to 73.
It was on October 10, 1903 that I invited a number of women to my house in Nelson Street, Manchester, for purposes of organisation.
Pinfold Manor in Surrey, which was being built for Chancellor of the exchequer, David Lloyd-George, was targeted with two bombs on 19 February 1913, only one of which exploded, causing significant damage;
Members of the "Bodyguard" orchestrated the "escapes" of a number of fugitive suffragettes from police surveillance during 1913 and early 1914. They also participated in several violent actions against the police in defence of their leaders, notably including the "Battle of Glasgow" on March 9, 1914, when a group of about 30 Bodyguards brawled with about 50 police constables and detectives on the stage of St. Andrew's Hall in Glasgow, Scotland. The fight was witnessed by an audience of some 4500 people.
The 1918 general election, the first general election to be held after the Representation of the People Act 1918, was the first in which some women (property owners older than 30) could vote.
1918 — 1903 = 15 лет, я ожидал как минимум 50. оказывается, ои довольно быстро добились своего
You have your own ideas. We do not want that; we want all our women to take their instructions and walk in step like an army