Some articles on fairies, male, male fairies:
... Two female fairies, noble, sinless beings, are curious about the nature of the "wicked world" ... A male fairy, Lutin, returns from a journey to the earth and sends the male fairies Ethais and Phyllon to visit the Fairy King in "mid-earth" ... to Fairyland with "some priceless privilege" for the fairies ...
Famous quotes containing the words fairies and/or male:
“Slowly ... the truth is dawning upon women, and still more slowly upon men, that woman is no stepchild of nature, no Cinderella of fate to be dowered only by fairies and the Prince; but that for her and in her, as truly as for and in man, life has wrought its great experiences, its master attainments, its supreme human revelations of the stuff of which worlds are made.”
—Anna Garlin Spencer (18511931)
“[Womens] apparent endorsement of male supremacy is ... a pathetic striving for self- respect, self-justification, and self-pardon. After fifteen hundred years of subjection to men, Western woman finds it almost unbearable to face the fact that she has been hoodwinked and enslaved by her inferiorsthat the master is lesser than the slave.”
—Elizabeth Gould Davis (b. 1910)