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Elle Km Kmat
Elle Km Kmat • 1 year ago

The Hermetic Library Tumblr lilith by ~the-wild-rover "lilith - the first feminist who walked the earth. she was made by the same earth and gravel as adam and for that reason simply asked why she was being denied the same rights as adam. after she fled god created adam's second wife from adams own flesh so she could automatically be subdued for all time. for that reason she has been an icon for evil. religion does not take kindly on equality."

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