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Originally posted by N3k9Ni
It's a pretty well known fact that women can't keep a secret.
Originally posted by Tardacus
Most of the men`s secret societies have been around for a long time, 1,000 years or more in some cases.
I`m sure that women weren`t allowed to make secret societies back then, I don`t mean legally not allowed...
Originally posted by minettejo
When you are delivering a baby with your legs spread wide and half a dozen people watching there really isn't much left for a woman to keep secret.
Originally posted by FriedBabelBroccoli
Women tend to be better at keeping personal secrets.
Not so much with the secrets of others.
Originally posted by works4dhs
There is ONE female secret society, called 'womankind', and ALL females are members.
And we men will never, ever know what they're up to.
Good luck, ladies! Here's to ya!
She was influential in the decision by the Unitarian Universalist Association to include earth-centered traditions among their sources of faith. She led numerous workshops for, and was an active member of The Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans (CUUPS), an interest group of Unitarians honoring goddess-based, earth-centered, tribal, and pagan spiritual paths.
Originally posted by Fermcudgi
To be honest though, I have 4 younger sisters, and I can tell you with certainty, save for a few select females or very good friends, women hate other women *.. I don't know if they could be successful in a major secret society with the emotions they can experience. - just my two cents.
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