I think you could find some really interesting reading by googling it. I think there have been few genuine societies where women dominate men. Seems to me that I have heard of those where women are considered central figures in government or iin making decisions for the group. Or held as highly respected leaders. There are indications that there have been tribes where women engaged in battle and performed other duties that we might traditionally think of as "male". One thing I read indicates that most societies that are what you might call "matriarchal" are more egalitarian, where both sexes have power. The patriarchal societies, on the other hand, are generally about domination of women and children.
I thought we were already there. The Amazon women just haven't told us yet.
There have been matriarchal groups before. It would have seemed natural in the days when many cultures god was a sacred female. The fact that things seem like nature now doesn't meant it's anything other than culture. Even look at all that Minoan art, they are priestesses, as in female.
I think there have been Matriarchy's. Where the mommy's rule.
It maybe a while, methinks. but not entirely out of the question
Well i am a very tall woman of 6ft2 so I would love to start the amazon place!
Any others want to join me?
There are a few surviving matriarchies in the world and essentially what happens is, for whatever reason, the woman gain control over the purse strings, markets, and politics. In Greece one matriarchal culture is ba
In the Amazonian myth the women captured men for breeding, and then killed them. No men hanging around, problem solved.
Sure, we can start by having women pull their weight with all the really dirty and dangerous jobs like coal mining.