„The idea of feminine authority is so deeply embedded in the human subconscious that even after all these centuries of father-right the young child instinctively regards the mother as the supreme authority. He looks upon the father as equal with himself, equally subject to the woman's rule. Children have to be taught to love, honor, and respect the father, a task usually assumed by the mother.“

—  Elizabeth Gould Davis, buch The First Sex

The First Sex, ch. 7 - Mother-Right (1971).

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