it's lifestyle really i would say:
non urban country folk of the hearth who live by the seasons and workloads which by their learned skills and in some areas strenghth are still gender based.
There are still some people out there who can live like this in a nonurban enviroment
men can still cook and women can still split wood, women still have the children, and feed the family
both have the important roles of educating the children.
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