6 edition of Women Without Superstition found in the catalog.
by Freedom from Religion Foundation
Written in English
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The Malleus is evidence that some superstitions are far from harmless. The book decrees that witchcraft is heresy, and that not believing in it is also heresy. It asserts that witches are mostly women, and it is female lust that leads women to . 9 Magic, Superstition, And Pregnancy. Pregnancy in ancient Rome was the cause of considerable anxiety. It is estimated that the number of women who died as a result of childbirth was higher to the number of men who died at war. As a result, a deficit of women suitable for marriage was always an issue in Rome.
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Women the world over have been discriminated against since, well, forever. Consider one of the most famous texts ever written — The Book of Genesis. Women Without Superstition is a book about women who do not believe in anything that is not logical or reasonable or without proof.
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FFRF is a non-profit, educational organization. All dues and donations are deductible for income-tax purposes. Women Without Superstition: "no Gods--no Masters": the Collected Writings of Women Freethinkers of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries Annie Laurie Gaylor Freedom From Religion Foundation, - Religion - pages4/5(2).
Women Without superstition is the first compilation of the writings of women freethinkers and sceptics. Most of these writings are out of print or generally unavailable.
It is likewise the first anthology to focus on the freethinking writings of historic feminist leaders. Women Without Superstition by Annie L Gaylor,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Find books like Women Without Superstition: No Gods--No Masters: The Collected Writings of Women Freethinkers of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries f.
edited by Annie Laurie Gaylor (Madison, WI: Freedom From Religion Foundation, ), pp.; $ cloth --reviewed by Annette Van Howe A first-of-its-kind anthology, Women Without Superstition is a superb collection of original writings--many of them never before published, out of print, or generally unavailable--by fifty feminist freethinkers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
She was featured in the book Women Without Superstition edited by Annie Laurie Gaylor. "This page compilation of writings by more than 50 feminist leaders, including such well-known activists as Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Margaret Sanger to obscure writers like Ruth Hurmence Green." The Book of.
Women And Superstition push her into superstition and accepting her lot without protest. MANS organises awareness programs to eradicate superstitions prevailing in women frequently.
A state-level conference was arranged in the past. Guidelines were chalked out to get rid of age old customs. Women activists of ANS arrange the meetings in.  This book exposes and discusses sexism in the Bible. Furthermore, her book, Women Without Superstition: "No Gods, No Masters", was the first collection of the writings of historic and contemporary female freethinkers.
She has also written several articles on religion's harm to women. And when it comes to superstitions about women, they are more than plentiful — and can sometimes (though certainly not always) be rooted in some form of sexist or archaic thinking.
Women the world over have been discriminated against since, well, forever. Consider one of the most famous texts ever written — The Book of Genesis.
In one of her books, “Appalachian Folklore Omens, Signs and Superstitions,” Richmond defines superstition as a seemingly “irrational belief, arising from ignorance or fear, that is held by a number of people but is without foundation.” Superstitions are thought to influence coming events, despite any demonstrable correlation.
Get this from a library. Women without superstition: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages: illustrations, portraits ; 25 cm. Yes, the Good Book can get in the way. Arguing with the Bible is the theme of Annie Laurie Gaylor's pioneering work, Women Without Superstition: "No Gods--No Masters," The Collected Writings of Women Freethinkers of the Nineteenth and.
If you hit someone with a broom, you’ll have bad luck. (This is supposedly a Chinese superstition, and I have to say it seems only fair.) This is another Chinese superstition: don’t sweep on New Year’s Day, or you’ll sweep all the good luck away.
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