Fall '10 TOC
Trojan Kassandra was called crazy because she tried to warn her people of the coming destruction, suggested that her brother’s choice of bride might have serious consequences.
Roman Diana was called man-hater because she didn’t believe women should be subjects of men, didn’t like Peeping Toms near her bath, preferred to remain single.
Jewish Lilith was called whore because she saw herself as Adam’s equal in bed and elsewhere.
Her replacement, Eve, was called temptress because she dared to offer Adam a chance at knowledge and took some for herself.
British Morgaine was called witch because she believed in something older than their new young god, believed in Avalon rather than Glastonbury.
The moral of these stories: women, write your own biographies.
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