(the Women And Christianity) - Poem by Horatiu Stamatin
The women of the Bageshu tribe provoke their husbands to whip them until the blood springs out. Proud are they of their scars!
A priest came to save them from this barbarity. But when they heard how Jesus suffered on the road to Golgotha, they continued more and more their cruel custom.
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