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Old 08-07-2012, 03:46 PM   #2
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Sorry I need to vent/unwind. I just got done having a conversation with an "Expert" on Indian culture who claimed there were no Matriarchal societies in American Indian history.

It should have made me laugh but instead it infuriated me, and an argument ensued. When I finally showed her the proof from several credible sources she accused me of thinking I was the representative of all Indians. There is just no talking to some folk.

This is something we all get at some point (sometimes in this very forum). So please. I need some solidarity here. Share your stories of non natives "educating" you on Indian culture.

you may want to do as I say... Apparently I'm your representative now.
I've never heard of Matriarchal Societies in my tribe or the surrounding tribe's (in Utah).
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