In China from very early times, men have been seen as the core of the family. When women enter the early historical record, it is often because they caused men problems. Some women schemed to advance their own sons when their husband had sons by several women. In BCE, for instance, the daughter of one of the most powerful ministers in the state of Zheng learned from her husband that the ruler had ordered him to kill her father. The ruler of Zheng placed the blame on the husband for foolishly confiding in his wife.
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A thorough medical history. Your doctor might ask when your pain began, where it hurts, how it feels and if it happens with every sexual partner and every sexual position. Your doctor might also inquire about your sexual history, surgical history and childbirth. Don't let embarrassment stop you from answering truthfully. These questions provide clues to the cause of your pain.
4 Asian-American Women Who Changed History
There's no mention of the Chinese laborers instrumental in constructing the transcontinental railroad; little discussion of the more than , Japanese-Americans wrongly placed in internment camps during World War II; and, critically, no commemoration of the countless Asian-Americans who changed the course of U. Asian-Americans, especially Asian-American women, are often pigeonholed as meek or unassertive, rather than depicted as leaders. The roots of these stereotypes lie in the erasure of Asian trailblazers in history. Today, of all groups divided by race and gender, they are the least likely to become executives.