September 09, 2009

Remembering Mao

On this day (September 9) in 1976 Chairman Mao died. For all the attempts to paint Mao as a Chinese Stalin, it must be remembered that Mao emancipated Chinese women. The plight of women in China was always a concern to Mao despite his troubled relations with the many women in his life. In some of his earliest writings Mao bemoaned the Chinese practice of selling girls and the complete lack of economic opportunity outside of marriage and prostitution. The constitution that Mao introduced to China and the 1960 marriage and divorce laws gave Chinese women greater rights than existed in many western nations at the time.

Although China remains a patriarchal society the independence of women in China today stands in stark contrast to many other nations in Asia (i.e., India) and other parts of the world....

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The great patriarch Mao liked attractive women. He spread many young female legs and enjoyed the pleasures of their flesh. He also insured madame Mao's humiliation in the end. "Marriage," according to Mao in 1960 "is a social contract between a man and a SUBMISSIVE woman." Women were essentially given the right to submit to the god-fearing father of their children or else join the infamous unholy community of anguished degenerates, whores, sluts, and prostitutes. Mao died in 1976 and old testament law lives.
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