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valancyjane valancyjane 8 years
Here's a link to the paper, but I haven't looked for the story yet (requires downloading a PDF). http://www.vatican.va/news_services/or/or_eng/index.html And here's a story about the story: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/vatican-the-washing-machine-liberated-women-1640134.html I love being Catholic but sometimes the Vatican doesn't know when to shut up. Just don't say anything about women ... you're going to end up with your foot in your mouth no matter what you do. It reminds me of Elvin from The Cosby Show ... Anyway, I think the right to vote is something that always advances women's -- or anyone's -- rights.
Michelann Michelann 8 years
I don't think the washing machine has helped so much as the change in the concept that washing is a woman's duty.
stephley stephley 8 years
Of course it has because women are all about reproductive organs and household chores - and now that we have washing machines, we're treated equally and with respect in all spheres of public life, we're educated, we get paid what we're worth on the job, rape isn't used as a weapon of war... and wring around the collar is a thing of the past!
UnDave35 UnDave35 8 years
Yeah for women. Now, I have a few questions: 1) Can we actually link the Vatican paper, if we are going to us such inciteful script from it? 2)Does anybody doubt that the washing machine has helped with the emancipation of women?
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