there has been a plague in Thebes, what shall thou have to say, for I must help my people.
my lord, odepious if thou are wiling, there is a wisdom, among women that men do not have. we can bring peace to your beloved .
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hamlet, women can be show you two different sides. take for example, Gwendolyn and Cecily.
although both women, Cecily is innocent and beautiful. and Gwendolyn is a woman who is mostly concerned about her appearances. women can have different sides just like men.
so you want me to believe, women can take care of themselves? because there are different kinds of women?. ha!! my mother has proven otherwise.