Spirituality

Prostitution and Divorce

And the difference between exchange and unconditional giving

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In the old Lakota society only the woman in a marriage had the power of divorce. And all she had to do to divorce her husband was to kick him out of her teepee. All teepees and communal property were owned by the women. Men only owned their horses and weapons. Everything…

Earthling — Lifelong novelist & essayist — https://whitefeather.substack.com/

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