More Nutty UK Research / Arm strength of “prehistoric women”

Women everywhere ought to be thankful that Cambridge University has finally dispelled the myth that Prehistoric Women just stood around being sexual objects, while men did all the work.

“Prehistoric Central European women’s manual labor was tougher than rowing in today’s boat crews.” Typical title of articles all over the Internet, which are promoting this “ground-breaking” research.

Prehistoric women had stronger arms than today’s elite rowing crews

Date: November 29, 2017
Source: University of Cambridge
The first study to compare ancient and living female bones shows the routine manual labor of women during early agricultural eras was more grueling than the physical demands of rowing in Cambridge University’s famously competitive boat clubs. Researchers say the findings suggest a ‘hidden history’ of women’s work stretching across millennia.

Aye, yai, yai!

Like, no one has ever been “aware” of the amount of LABOR that women (as de facto slaves) have contributed to the survival of Homo sapiens, the idiot male???

Prehistoric women’s manual labor exceeded that of athletes through the first 5500 years of farming in Central Europe

Yes; it took all of these “experts” to recognize that for females,


Happy Russian peasant, 1955; Scottish women “lounging about” on the farm; female child laborers, United States; female Mexican farmhands, United States; women farm workers, India today; “team” of female humans, pulling a plow in Saskatchewan, Canada.

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