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The point here is that women have that experience,regardless of race or culture. I have heard many wmen of color speak of feeling the impacts of denigration for their gender far more than their color. I have heard men of color express pain at tke limits placed on their sisters, wives, mothers, daughters. This piece was about vexposing the truth about Mary Magdalene's role in the early church, and how it was subverted by a male dominated Euro-Meddotaranean culture, which then carried it around the world. Gracebe to men who are a able to use their own experience to recognize the courage of Mary and the other female apostles, and mourn what was taken from them, and from all Jesus' followers.