US absent on equal rights

The Constitution of the United States of America fails to recognise equal rights in the prohibition of freedom to half the nation's citizens and in violation of basic human rights.

Proclaimed and largely amended by men, the document acknowledges by omission that women think differently, albeit erroneously and fatally as of inferior intelligence.

Denied an inalienable right to make decisions about their own kind without interruption or intimidation, women are forced to negotiate individually with men in men's legislatures.

Freedom of association through collective bargaining is proscribed.

The only powers available under the Constitution of the United States of America are those exercised by men, who through the Nineteenth Amendment granting universal franchise, permit women to participate by proxy in the exercise of their powers.

An Equal Rights Amendment: "Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex", remains three States short of ratification

This is a misogynist constitution yielding the wayward leadership and divisive social culture to which Americans have become accustomed, a slur on the nation and a tremendous disadvantage to its peoples.

A Republic providing for women's and men's legislatures presided over by an executive of elders accompanied by courts of women's and men's jurisdiction is the proper means to promulgate equal rights in the governance of a nation.

15 February, 2007