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Now not only are there an estimated 20,000 women freemasons in Britain alone, but their male counterparts in the United Grand Lodge of England have decided to give the ladies a pat on the back by celebrating their centenary year with a special exhibition at their headquarters in Covent Garden, starting on June 4. It will be the first British exhibition on women and their involvement with freemasonry.
But don't believe for a moment that freemasonry is turning unisex. Women's lodges remain separate from men's lodges, apart from the occasional social evening or lecture.
Originally posted by TheBorg
reply to post by sc2099
Let it be known here that women are NOT masons, regardless of what anyone says. Freemasonry is a fraternity, and as such, women are not allowed to join.