Women’s colleges began popping up all over Europe during the 1830s and in most countries the ban against female students in the biggest institutions was lifted.
This article is full to the brim with both bad, circular logic and demonstrably untrue factoids.
Svetlana Voreskova

Gee, Sveta, you’re not playing the game. Don’t you want to be proclaimed a “victim” of mean (fill-in-the-blank)s? Then you might collect your portion of the goodies won in the class-action suit, or claim your rightful place after the Revolution. Oh, wait, being Russian you will be familiar with this Marxist game and realise it doesn’t work out so well. (I cancelled my subscription to the Economist in February, and have hated its bizarre, childish, condescending, Establishment editorial line since long before.)

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