Nature is just enough; but men and women must comprehend and accept her suggestions.
Antoinette Brown Blackwell (1825 - 1921)
Source: The Sexes Throughout Nature, 1875.
Contributed by: Zaady
There were angry men confronting me and I caught the flashing of defiant eyes, but above me and within me, there was a spirit stronger than them all.
The brain is not, and cannot be, the sole or complete organ of thought and feeling.
The sexes in each species of being . . . are always true equivalents - equals but not identical.
A woman finds the natural lay of the land almost unconsciously; and not feeling it incumbent on her to be guide and philosopher to any successor, she takes little pains to mark the route by which she is making her ascent.
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