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August 26, 2011

There once was a young man by the name of Charels Francis the second, who happened to be a strong feminist, for he believed that women had just as much a right to wear pants as men did. Infact, he was so convinced of this that he himself wore a skirt, or kilt as he liked to call it.Charlie had sevral kilts, one for every occasion. Some thought he had an extremely unique and outgoing fassion sence, but after having exchanged a brief word with him they would have realized that the true purpose of his unusual appearice was to make a stand for womens equal rights. While many thought Charles to be not in the least verile, he simply had the tenacious belief that all living things should be equal, especialy other human beings. Fran, as some called him, at one point came to court, because he was a lawer, and was almost kicked out for not being dressed properly, and if it was not for his exquisit argument he would no longer be allowed in that court agian. He also had great autonomy, and would never be cought dead wearing pants, since he declaired, on the very first day of his suttle contribution to womens rights, that he not once would he wear pants untill women could wear them along side him without hesitation. He was an extremely humane person, which lead him to wear kilts in persuit to make the simple statement that all women should be allowed to wear pants.

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  1. August 26, 2011 2:55 am

    Sorry, this is Michele’s daughter, and I accedentally posted my paper on my mothers blog.

  2. Matt Nicodemus permalink
    August 26, 2011 3:06 am

    So, my guess is confirmed. Actually, I wasn’t 100% sure whether it was your daughter, Michele, or reprinting of writing from closer to the time of Charles Francis II. In either case, I was glad to learn of this brave, compassionate feminist man.

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