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Let me start off by saying, this article is not trying to sway your views on when you should have sex, just that anytime you do have sex, make sure it is safe sex.
Capitalism and patriarchy played, and still play, a major role in sex inequality. However, some Marxists would argue that patriarchy, the unequal power relationship between men and women, has been around long before capitalism. Therefore, how could capitalism play a role? Easy, capitalism is controlled by private owners for profit instead of the sate. Which means, like capitalism’s private owners, the men of high stature in a patriarchal society are the “controllers” of the inequalities happening between the sexes. As these men continue to obtain power, the inequalities between females and males continue to grow, as do the generations to fuel capitalism. Socialist-feminist theorists say that patriarchy reenforces the idea that women are to be housewives and mothers, while capitalism reenforces the idea that men are to be the breadwinners of their families. They say, the division of labor, as it were, brings the private-domestic, and public-economic spheres into contact.
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Everything about this room was creepy, from the moment you walked in. The door was a pale forest green, that once could have welcomed a happy couple to a night get away from the kids. Now paint is chipping off, and you can see before the pale grimy forest green was a mud-colored brown, that almost said go away, as if the door knew something unfortunate would happen. The doorknob itself was a rusted, brassy orange which made you not want to touch it. There was a tiny hole in the door at about eye level where there should have been a peephole, but it was missing. The first thing you notice that there is not one single window. Zero natural light is let in. Only the dim flicker of the low hanging light from a light bulb that was outdated. Next to the door is an over-used, worn out, antique dresser that was missing a drawer. The dresser is covered in a thin layer of dust, enough to make the deep mahogany have a slight grey tent to it. On the dresser sat a portable radio. No television, not even a lamp, coffee maker, or some other appliance. Just the portable radio that was maybe six inches wide and a foot long. The radio was stuck on one station, 102.4, which was just the sound of static, with the slight undertone of the “Top Hits of the 80s, 90s and Today.”
Peaky Blinders. A television drama about a real gang from Birmingham, England, in the early 1900s. This drama is based on a real gang, that was called The Peaky Blinders, because they sewed razors into the peaks of their hats, which they would use as weapons when it came time to fight. The television show is not a true story. The infamous Peaky Blinders is led by the frontman, Thomas/Tommy Shelby, played by Cillian Murphy. Taking place after the first World War, Thomas is followed by his brothers Jon (Joe Cole) and Arthur (Paul Anderson), and they are joined by their Aunt Polly (Helen McCory) and her son Michael (Finn Cole). This gang are bookies, obsessed with their whiskey, knowledgeable on horses, wanted by women, and feared by the general public.