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The real feminist... Molly Pitcher, American heroine

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The real feminist... Molly Pitcher, American heroine

Post by S_Parc » July 20th, 2011, 5:22 am

When I think of women's rights and equality, this is who I think of, Molly Pitcher ...


In the Battle of Monmouth on July 28, 1778, soldiers were falling left and right because of the heat. When the temperatures got really high, she carried pitchers of water to the soldiers. That's how she got her name, Molly Pitcher.

When her husband and other men became wounded, she helped to tend them. When her husband could not fight any longer in the battle of Monmouth, she took over his place at the cannon. After the battle, General Washington found out about her heroic actions. He then named her Sergeant Molly.

Instead of generating national heroines, the feminist movement created the following psycho ...


Valerie Solanas nearly killed Andy Warhol and only got 3 years for it. Something is seriously wrong here.

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