posted on Jul, 4 2009 @ 07:36 PM
I have thought of this topic and especially during the last 'close to Martial Law event' in the California fire evacuations at the stadiums.
Seriously, if you love a woman or even KNOW a woman..how could YOU help?
This isn't funny at all when you think about it.
"From 23 countries, including the United States, 132,000 prisoners (with 20 percent being Jewish) were encamped there. The camp was filled beyond its
capacity. One thousand women were held in a barrack built to hold only a few hundred.
The women were raped, tortured, starved and lethally injected. Experiments were conducted on them as well.
Some women's menstrual cycles stopped while at RavensbrÃ¼ck.
"One woman said, 'For us, it was a good thing that we didn't have our periods because of the horrible sanitary conditions. There was no toilet
paper whatsoever,'" Saidel said. "Paper was dangerous; it was a way to communicate. Having paper was punishable by death."
in the book The Jewish Women of Ravensbrück Concentration Camp the women were made to work as the blood ran down their legs...cold or heat.
(btw, others had to walk in it, male or female).
If you find this subject so repugnant, leave. You must not be born of a woman and therefore not human.