When She Was Bad Patricia Pearson

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When She Was Bad  by  Patricia Pearson

When She Was Bad by Patricia Pearson
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Our culture believes that women are not naturally aggressive, yet evidence proves otherwise: women kill their children, their husbands, their lovers, and their lovers mistresses. Women join their lovers in torture and killings, women areMoreOur culture believes that women are not naturally aggressive, yet evidence proves otherwise: women kill their children, their husbands, their lovers, and their lovers mistresses. Women join their lovers in torture and killings, women are psychopaths, women are terrorists and violent criminals. In this work, Patricia Pearson demonstrates that the idea (ideal?) of female innocence is pure myth.

She argues that the two main culprits of the tendency to overlook extreme behaviour in women are feminists - who have claimed victimhood for women, and male society - which finds it impossible to see women as powerful.



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