women's legislatures

Women possess a fundamental right to make decisions without being interrupted by men in order to assemble a truly representative voice addressing issues affecting women, yet modern democracies deny this right by allowing men absolute power to intervene.

The outcome is mixed-up women's and men's business in which community concerns are cast aside as personal gain comes to the fore, turning sustainable prosperity into greed and global violence.

Governance by agreement between women's and men's legislatures presided over by an executive of elders accompanied by courts of women's and men's jurisdiction delivers gendered decision-making without interruption or intimidation.

The outcome delivers a legislative priority for community concerns over personal gain, critical in addressing family violence, conflict, diminishing resources and climate change.