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    [QUOTE=sabangDunno, we can't find one.[/QUOTE]

    Moot regardless. You seem to struggle with reading anything longer than a statue plaque (and even get that wrong).

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    An interesting read is "I The Aboriginal" which chronicles the early tribal upbringing of indigenous man Waipaldunya in the Northern Territory who relates his story to writer Douglas Lockwood. I read it many years ago in the late 60s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    and family violence, especially towards women. No one has yet found an answer.
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    ..I wonder if this was the case before their social organization was destroyed...
    the dark parts of their social organization - culture - is the problem

    but no one is brave enough to do anything about it yet

    the elders - men - think it is their cultural right to do the things they do

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    the elders - men - think it is their cultural right to do the things they do
    ...so, they're Muslims then...

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    ^Paternalistic societies are endemic, women's rights is new and novel relative to the last few millennia of human civilization.

    There is archaeological evidence to suggest that many very early hunter/gatherer societies were matriarchal, before the advent of agriculture and settlements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...can you explain your inability to understand the depth of feeling underlying her comment?...
    Would be easier to explain her delusion or yours for that matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    Would be easier to explain her delusion or yours for that matter.
    ...^deflection...again...

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