“A woman’s body”

Rosengarten, Werda, Germany (Photo: Gosia Sachse vel Głowacka, 16.07.2016)

woman is an adult female human. The term woman may also refer to a girl (a female child or adolescent). The plural women is sometimes used for female humans regardless of age, as in phrases such as “women’s rights.”

Typically, a woman has two X chromosomes and is capable of pregnancy and giving birth from puberty until menopause. Female anatomy, as distinguished from male anatomy, includes the fallopian tubesovariesuterusvulvabreastsSkene’s glands, and Bartholin’s glands. The adult female pelvis is wider than the male’s, the hips are generally broader, and women have significantly less facial and other body hair. On average, women are shorter and less muscular than men.

Throughout human history, traditional gender roles have often defined and limited women’s activities and opportunities; many religious doctrines stipulate certain rules for women. With restrictions loosening during the 20th century in many societies, women have gained access to careers beyond the traditional homemaker, and the ability to pursue higher education. Violence against women, whether within families or in communities, has a long history and is primarily committed by men. Some women are denied reproductive rights. The movements and ideologies of feminism have a shared goal of achieving gender equality.

Trans women have a male sex assignment at birth that does not align with their gender identity, while intersex women were born with sex characteristics that do not fit typical notions of female biology.

For centuries, women’s bodies were used to make politics. There have been attempts to convince us that we as women:

  • we are less intelligent. And then Agnodike was born – the first known female gynecologist (4th century BC), Maria Skłodowska-Curie, Josephine Cochrane (invented and patented the world’s first dishwasher in 1886), Stephanie Kwolek (an outstanding chemist of Polish origin. She headed a team which in 1965 developed kevlar – a polymer extremely resistant to stretching. Thanks to its properties, it is used in the production of, among others, bulletproof vests and protective helmets, as well as fiber optic cables, motorcycles, bicycles, sails, skis, kayaks or tennis rackets), Françoise Barré-Sinoussi (French physician and virologist specializing in retrovirus research. In 1983, she and Luke Montagnier discovered the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome virus, HIV. She also identified this virus as the cause of AIDS. For these achievements she and Luke Montagnier received the Nobel Prize in 2008.), Maria Zakrzewska (1828 – 1902. She was the first woman in history to gain a doctor title in medicine.), Émilie du Châtelet (1706-1749. She was a physicist and mathematician, one of the greatest minds of the 18th century. She is considered the co-author of the principle of conservation of energy.), Margaret Hamilton (b. 1936. computer scientist and software engineer who led the development of the onboard system for the Apollo space program, NASA’s mission to the moon. She is famously pictured standing by a printout of the Apollo spacecraft flight guidance code, which she devised, mostly writing and supervising herself. Hamilton was 33 years old at the time.), Williamina Fleming (1857-1911. She was an astronomer and co-author of the star catalog. In 9 years she catalogued over 10,000 objects, several hundred of which she independently discovered.), Emma Noether (1882-1935. Albert Einstein considered her the most important woman in the history of mathematics and repeatedly sought her advice on his research.)
  • we are not good enough to make politics. And then Margaret Thatcher became a British Prime Minister. And in January 2021, Kamala Harris became the first female Vice President of the United States of America
  • we are incapable of strategic thinking. And Poland, under the leadership of male “strategists”, disappeared from the map of Europz for 123 years thanks to Tsarina Catherine II
  • banking and making money is a man’s job. And the year 1992 came, when Hanna Gronkiewicz-Walz became the Presidency of the National Bank of Poland for the next 9 years.

(Quelle: Wikipdia, https://www.crazynauka.pl)


Following the barbaric verdict of the Polish dummy Constitutional Tribunal depriving Polish women of their right to self-determination about themselves and their lives, I have a short message for all those who passionately try to decide how the others should live: FUCK OFF TO YOUR OWN LIFE AND DON’T STEP IN YOUR DIRTY SHOES WHERE NOBODY INVITES YOU!!!