Was it a hint or what?
September 25, 2015 1:57pm CST
There are five matriarchal animals in existence. Their characteristics make them stronger. They work together and are more focused. Bees of course come to mind. We all know how they work together and for the queen. Bonobo Apes. I don't care for apes, gorillas, or monkeys but if they are smart enough to do the matriarchal things I guess they can't be all bad. Their closest genetic cousin is, Yep!, us. Elephants- My favorite. They remember, they are loving and form bonds. They have compassion. Did you know that they can smell wet dirt up to 12 miles away? They are so amazing. Orcas. Killer whales. Their young stay with them and they form stronger pods. Lions- They are versatile and work among themselves to have a strong and cohesive pride. So what are your thoughts on this? I wonder why that God that so many worship put only five animals in the world that are lead by the female? Having much female pride and being the matriarchal head of my family I wonder. We could have a female head coming up. What are we going to do then? I hope that if that does happen that people don't come back with some stupid remark like that conspiracy theorist idiot did in the Trump summit. The guy that went on about Obama being a Muslim and heading a camp here training Muslims to kill us. How can anyone believe such dribble --even men?! We need something different in this country. What has been the 'norm' for hundreds of years isn't working anymore.
Erick Erickson says that mothers shouldn't be breadwinners, because males dominate the animal kingdom. Here are five, fierce matriarchs who say he's wrong.
5 people like this
• Louisville, Kentucky
29 Sep 15
@celticeagle There was this one lady who was a good friend of my brother and I and she would lie about any and everything. She started to honestly believe everything she said. Needless to say, after a while we had to cut ties with her and it was very hard.
• Dallas, Texas
5 Jul 16
At the risk of sounding snarky, I was aware of this when I was a kid... I used to watch Animal planet, and programming regarding animals on Discovery Channel, as well as some kids oriented shows about animals. I also read Zoobooks magazines and various books on animals that I liked. As a result I was aware that alot of species are matriarchal in nature, as there are a lot more than five. But I understand that the average person wouldn't know this stuff.