It was one tenet of the Confucian structure of the Han Dynasty that each and every female was subordinate to a male, be it her father, brother, husband, or uncle. Any female alive would have a male master. Females in Confucius theory were considered as property, to be laborers for their male masters.
The U.S. – Joaquin Miller
In researching my current WIP I've come across a name associated with Oregon which rather surprised me. Years ago, way back in junior high (middle school in contemporary language), I found my first writing niche --- in poetry! More often than not, it was an endeavor in word wrestling - an obsession with counting, rhyming,... Continue Reading →
U.S.- Whatever happened to Dorothea Lynde Dix and Nelly Bly?
An observation of Dorothea Lynde Dix and Nellie Bly concluding that a society neglecting it’s most vulnerable population is indeed wholly poor in virtue.