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Quotations:
  1. So a woman who is free of wedlock, or a virgin, is concerned with the Lord’s claim, intent on holiness, bodily and spiritual; whereas the married woman is concerned with the world’s claim, asking how she is to please her husband. (1 Corinthians 7:34)
  2. God has truly made women's minds sharp enough to learn, understand, and retain any form of knowledge. (Christine de Pizan, The Book of the City of Ladies, c. 1405)
  3. I have the power during my life over his body, and not he. The Apostle said this, and told our husbands to love us well. I like this a lot. ("The Wife of Bath's Prologue," 14th cent.)
  4. Women are much happier at home with a husband and children. (Gavin McInnes, the co-founder of Vice Media)
  5. We can inspire others through witness so that one grows together in communicating. But the worst thing of all is religious proselytism, which paralyses: ‘I am talking with you in order to persuade you,’ No. Each person dialogues, starting with his and her own identity. The church grows by attraction, not proselytising. (Pope Francis)
  6. The greatest honor we can give Almighty God is to live gladly because of the knowledge of his love. (Julian of Norwich, late 14th/early 15th cent.)
  7. We, the Jews, collectively rejected God and hung Him up on a cross to die, and thus we deserved the punishments that were heaped on our heads. (anonymous Jewish convert to Christianity in a student journal at Harvard College, 2013)
  8. But that miserable and afflicted wife endures far greater oppression than her husband. For when she sees the one who should be her comfort in every distress, and from whom she should expect advocacy, being savage and more hostile to her than all others, where can she turn? (John of Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople, c. 349-407)
  9. A woman’s behavior must be monitored and her decisions subject to approval of a male relative who understands what’s in her best interests better than she does herself. (Roosh V, "Women Must Have Their Behavior and Decisions Controlled By Men")
  10. Marry for love. (Piers Plowman, 14th cent.)
  11. If it’s legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut the rape down. (Todd Akin, American politician)
  12. Forgiveness is a strange thing. It can sometimes be easier to forgive our enemies than our friends. It can be hardest of all to forgive people we love. (Mr. Rogers)
  13. It angers and upsets me when men claim that women want to be raped and that, even though she says no to a man, she won't in fact mind if he does force himself on her. You can be sure that women would find no pleasure in being raped. (Christine de Pizan, The Book of the City of Ladies, c. 1405)
  14. The right approach is to accept rape — a gift in a very broken way, the gift of human life, and accept what God has given to you. (Rick Santorum, American politician)
  15. "If there came a man to kill me unless I have sex with you as I have done before, would you let him kill me or sleep with me?" "I would rather you be killed than have sex again." (Margery Kempe, late 14th/early 15th cent.)
  16. Let every man give his wife what is her due, and every woman do the same by her husband. (1 Corinthians 7:3)
  17. Men expect far greater constancy from women than they themselves can manage. (Christine de Pizan, The Book of the City of Ladies, c. 1405)
  18. These ideas are encouraged by Satan. (Ben Carson, American author and politician)
  19. One and all fell prey to women; if I am led astray, I may be excused. (Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, 14th cent.)
  20. Islam is a religion that promotes the most murderous mayhem in their so-called holiest days. (Mike Huckabee, American politician)
  21. When life begins in rape, it is something that God intended to happen. (Richard Mourdock, American politician)
  22. When you see your wife commit an offense, do not rush at her with insults and violence: rather, first correct the wrong lovingly and pleasingly. (Cherubino of Siena, 15th-century Italian friar)
  23. The wall will go up, and our enemy will start behaving. (Donald Trump, American businessman and politician)
  24. Knowledge of the sciences should help inform moral values. (Christine de Pizan, The Book of the City of Ladies, c. 1405)
  25. Fight for the sake of God those that fight against you, but do not attack them first. God does not love aggressors. (Qur'an, Sura 2 1065)
  26. Pagans are wrong, the Christian cause is right. (The Song of Roland, 12th cent.)
  27. Women immodestly dressed cause earthquakes. (Fazlur Rehman, Pakistani politician)
  28. Love that conquers hate, peace that rises triumphant over war, and justice that proves more powerful than greed. (Mr. Rogers)
  29. Let us ask pardon for the divisions which have occurred among Christians, for the violence some have used in the service of the truth and for the distrustful and hostile attitudes sometimes taken towards the followers of other religions. (Pope John Paul II)
  30. He agreed to give them assurances of safety . . . He made no difficulties, and when he was advised to imprison them, replied that he would not go back on his word. (Ibn al-Athir, The Collection of Histories (Arab perspective on Third Crusade), 12th/13th cent.)
  31. Most Muslims are peaceful. But if someone's killed for what they said or wrote, you know the religion of the murderers. (Richard Dawkins, biologist and New Atheist)
  32. Once you give a woman personal freedom, she enslaves herself to one of numerous vices and undertakes a rampage of destruction to her body and those who want to be a meaningful part of her life. (Roosh V, "Women Must Have Their Behavior and Decisions Controlled By Men")
  33. There is no greater sin in terms of wrongly using God’s name than women who use it during sex. That is one of the filthiest, most derogatory and sinful uses of the Lord’s name. (John Hagee, founder and senior pastor of the Cornerstone Church)