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Guest Post: Women, a Curiosity & a Question

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Women, a Curiosity & a Question

By Jim Coufal of Cazenovia, NY

Now don’t get your bloomers in a twist. I won’t be saying that women are a curiosity, and I certainly won’t advance any idea that women are somehow less than men. Heck, in ways they’re better. But I do have a curiosity that raises a question that I think is worth asking of women.

Why do you continue to support religion, which in most cases seeks to hold you back and to make (keep) you a second-class citizen? If this seems extreme, let me illustrate, not with guile but with fact. Continue reading