Government run by women

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Hello all, this blog is about all things female, exploring feminine aspects, accomplishments, matriarchy, empowerment, feminism, the body, women taking over, herstory , and much more. At this blog we watch for signs of society slowly transforming into a womens world, where women are the boss and men accept this. "cougars" older women that are established with money looking for younger men are experienced , no longer dependent on males for anything, they're just seeking love,sex,romance from a younger crowd of males that are use to women with power, young men that are very happy to please and serve.So if you have any insights or ideas, feel free to drop a line.

Friday, January 22, 2010

Proof that females Kick ASS!!!

The top reasons why females kick ass!

-Whatever a man can do, a woman can do, usually as well or better. The reverse is not true.
-Women have better language and communication skills.
-Women have better senses (smell, touch, taste, and sight).
-Women tolerate pain the best.
-Pound for pound, women are stronger
-Women can withstand more g forces.
-Women, as a rule, eat healthier.
-Women have more power over the opposite sex.
-Women tend to have more success in small businesses.
-Women tend to have greater flexibility and endurance.
-Studies show women do better in memory tests
-Women are making better managers, directors and CEO's.
-Women use more areas of their brain.
-Women have better intuition.
-Women are more psychic than men. (I can attest to that)
-Women are biological superior (and complex). Less susceptible to certain diseases and they live longer.
-Women have taken over higher education too. Many more women are graduating and getting degrees than men.
-Women are taking over the world : business, Internet, Sports, Science, Purchasing (expert shoppers), Sex, everything, including the men in their lives.
-Women can juggle more tasks at once than men. men tend to do one thing then move onto the next. Women do multiple things at once and get them all done. (They even explained this in a business video shown to all employees at my job)
-Girls mature faster than boys, from potty training to emotional development.
-In the United Kingdom, girls in school are excelling in ALL subjects over boys, including math, science, english, etc.

Though most people don't know it due to us being in a male dominated society, Women were actually the ones who created the earliest methods of written language, agriculture, architecture, wheeled vehicles, medicine and more. (This fact and information on ancient goddess worshipping societies is documented in the book "When god was a Woman" and is backed up by archeological evidence found at Catal Huyuk, the oldest known community. Unfortunately it has been hidden by our patriarchal society.)

Quebec, Canada

In 1991, 57 per cent of the students at Universite Laval in Quebec City were female. By 1996, the proportion was up to 60 per cent; now it is 63 per.

. Women make up 80 per cent of the medical school's student body.
And women are much more successful. Three out of four female students receive their college diploma, while almost 40 per cent of the male students drop out or fail the exams.

BBC News
September 16, 2003

Women have overtaken men at every level of education in developed countries around the world.
And girls are now more confident of getting better-paid, professional jobs than their flagging male counterparts.
Female Supremacy Articles - Page 7

Girls top of the class worldwide

BBC News
September 16, 2003

Women have overtaken men at every level of education in developed countries around the world.
And girls are now more confident of getting better-paid, professional jobs than their flagging male counterparts.

International education figures, published by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, show a consistent picture, across cultures and continents, of women achieving better results than men.

The OECD survey is a detailed comparison of education achievement and spending in 43 developed countries.

The success of girls is a complete reversal of what would have been expected a generation ago, said Andreas Schleicher, head of analysis at the OECD's education directorate. And he says that the 1990s have seen a remarkable change in women's expectations and achievements.

The survey found that in almost every developed country, 15-year-old girls are more confident than boys about getting high-income jobs.

For example, in the United Kingdom, 63% of girls expect to have "white collar, high-skilled" jobs by the time they are 30, compared to only 51% of boys.

This picture of girls with higher expectations than boys is repeated in the United States, Japan, Italy, Spain, Germany, France and Australia.

And girls have good reason to be more confident than boys, because academically, around the globe, they are more successful - which is likely to lead to higher-income jobs. n New Zealand, 89% of women enter university, compared to 62% of men. In Iceland, 80% of women go into higher education, compared to 42% of men.

In the United Kingdom, the figures for 2001 show that 49% of women entered university, compared to 41% of men.

A report to be published this week by Datamonitor, the respected research firm, will reveal that there are now 299,300 very wealthy women in Britain compared with 271,700 men.

The number of female millionaires in Britain has been rising steadily for many years on the back of social trends, most notably equal treatment for sons and daughters in inheritance and the rapidly climbing divorce rate.

In Kenya group of women established the village of Umoja, which means unity in Swahili, the women decided that no men would be aloud to live in the circular village, and its been very successful , they have a cultural center and get many tourist, they've hired men to haul fire wood traditional a womens work. The men in a rival village attempted to build a tourist/cultural center but was unsuccessful. The women felt empowered with the revenue from the camping site and their cultural center, where they sell crafts. They were able to send their children to school for the first time, other villages and countrys in Africa are following the example of this village, Across the continent in West Africa, Nigerian women are lobbying strongly for the nomination of more female politicians, including a president in 2007, saying that men have failed to run the country properly. Some of the men in the rival villages have said ok maybe we can learn something from the women.

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