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 What were women taught from birth in the Elizabethan era?

Answer women were taught from both in the Elizabethan era that men were the stronger sex they owned you whether it be your father or husband when you are later married in life. they were expected to marry... Read More »
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If black women were taught to do their natural hair, would they still wear perms?

I don't think they are excuses...a woman has the chioce to wear her hair anyway she wants...and if a black woman wants to perm her hair...which by the way only cost $5 do-it-yourself, and $25 at th... Read More »
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If birth control was a FREE resource and taught from early age, would there be less kids in foster care AND?

i agree 100%. i also find it interesting that the same states with the most restrictive contraception and education policies have the highest teen pregnancy, STI and adoption rates.i'll play my con... Read More »
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What Jobs Were Popular in the Elizabethan Times?

The career opportunities available to a person in Elizabethan times often depended on the class the person was born into. Lower-class citizens often did labor-intensive, dirty and/or low paying job... Read More »
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