To understand the History Behind the Worldwide Victimization that is Easily Exploited in Women

In today’s globalized community, even with access to Google and the internet, many people have disremembered their history. The vital essence of history is that a generation learns from the past blunders of its predecessors to educate their descendants to correct them in the future. The human race is one that must evolve culturally. There are older generations who rebuke the younger ones for not displaying their folkways. When such traditions become shameful and frightening acts against humanity, other generations hide them from the knowledge of future unborn.

These horrible acts of inhumanity, we have inflicted on women over centuries and more. The female gender has suffered from all forms of discrimination, segregation and bias than all other minority groups combined. It has been a global terror for women across the world. From Europe to the Americas, Africa to Asia you name the civilization, and I will point to countless ways in which those communities marginalized and disenfranchised their women in every possible and impossible way.

Throughout history, women have been banned, excluded, shamed, enslaved, persecuted, murdered, violated or denied all rights, respect, and equality from amenities as trivial as wealth, health or freedom. Over the centuries, the world has forced women to suffer for a long time, and women have endured that suffering as a collective. They have formed a bond of female solidarity between themselves and other women and have created an empathic subconsciousness of victimhood that can be exploited and activated.

It has been a global terror for women across the world. From Europe to the Americas, Africa to Asia you name the civilization, and I will point to countless ways in which those communities marginalized their women…”

It can be argued that the very definition of femininity and the code of conduct for the so-called good woman directly reflects the normality of the ages of persecution against women. In this blog, I will unearth some of the grotesque and inhuman conditions that women have endured during the creation of our civilization. We will take a somber walk down memory lane and point to just a few of the most heartbreaking ways in which our society has legally justified the disenfranchisement of its mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts, cousins, and friends of the female gender.

We will point to witchcraft, and how those women were persecuted and nearly extinct when their communities ran into Moral Panic and Mass Hysteria all because of the hatred that they projected towards the female gender. The profound under-appreciation of women can be compared to religious prejudice or lack of civil rights. A female of minority race and religion faces persecution three times more than that of blacks, homosexuals, religious sects not affiliated with cults or less privileged femininities.

As you analyze these stories to understand the history behind the worldwide victimization that is easily exploited in women, you will discover that since the era of Renaissance Occultism, practiced by both sexes, women have continued to face harsh consequences. We can find mountains of vivid pieces of evidence during the Spanish Inquisition, where millions of innocent women were burned alive based on misogyny and false accusation. This chilling realization can directly relate to the reasons why today, no matter what race, culture or creed a woman identifies with there is a global connection between women since they all can relate to the suffering that the world still has not reconciled completely.

We will take a somber walk down memory lane and point to just a few of the most heartbreaking ways in which our society has legally justified the disenfranchisement it’s mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts, cousins…”

Much of understanding the history behind the global victimhood which is easily tapped in women today can easily be linked to what is known as The Classical Period of Witch Hunt. When we look back into the “Reformation” and the so-called, “Thirty Year War,” we see that the female gender bore the brunt of those abuses that ended in a stigma of their gender. That led to the misogyny of a global proportion, or how the global disenfranchisement of women is a direct root of Hypergamy.*

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