Re: Patriarchy and the Age of Information

Natasha V. More (
Thu, 07 Aug 1997 21:19:30 -0500

At 05:01 PM 8/7/97 CST, Rick Knight wrote:

> Since survival issues aren't paramount in these much more
> technologically advanced times, it seems only logical that women will
> reclaim their role as the natural life givers

Not necessarily. Ectogenesis will be a next lifegiver. Also when a woman
no longer has fertile eggs, or eggs that do not have the proper balance of
E2 and FSH, she cannot reclaim a traditional position of life giver without
the aid of age reversal, or cloning from her own cells.

> , care givers

An instinctive trait, indeed.

> So, as we reach a period in human civilization where novelty will
> exponentially increase and great change will happen in a cosmological
> flicker, what signs are apparent that women are maneuvering into their
> ascendant positions to take on a more controlling interest in human
> affairs?

I thought we was already there.

> I've not counted more than a handful of women posting in this
> digest. Why is that?

Busy managing affairs and heading organizations, not to mention establishing
structures and delving into entrepreneurial startups while making babies, or
thinking about it, and caring for our loved ones -;)


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