’4 physiological discourse, bringing the proud male right
down to “cellular” equality with the female and refuting his superiority, physical,
mental and moral, in every way, appealed to me immensely. I, who had mostly
attended co-educational schools, had always felt on a perfect equality with boys.
Women working in fields, whose muscular strength counts, are certainly “superior” in that respect to the male weaklings who are physicallyunfit to perform
It is impossible to draw a line between the sexes. Given a “fair field and
no favour” in opportunity of