Be perfect, my Sisters - Pioneers of HUMAN LAW
Freemasonry - eBook Edition
Author: Annick Drogou & Dominique SEGALEN
April 4, 1893. Sixteen women, in the wake of Maria Deraismes, are about to defy the prohibition by posing the evidence of Masonry in co-education, in equity of status and in equality of identity.
Who are they ? Indignant people.
Indignant at the depreciated plight of women, by the absence of all rights, by the injustices suffered by children. Revolted by the exactions of which society gives the sad historical and political spectacle.
Feminists, lecturers, philanthropists, pacifists, they honor a justified reputation as activists inserted in the political, social and civic fabric.
To these women recognized for their mastery of public and written speech, Freemasonry will teach the mastery of silence.
And the initiatory journey will confirm them in the certainty that they are not condemned to a definitely inferior place, by offering them the space of their rightful place freely, mutually and ritually agreed.
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