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Warrior Women of the Isthmus (Where Women Rule! Book 1)

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This illustrated investigative travel book delves into the Isthmus Zapotec culture of southern Mexico in search of a real-life matriarchy!

Compared to the world of skinny fashion models and media ruling the way women should look, act and feel, the Isthmus Zapotec culture is a land of free thinking entrepreneurial warrior women.
Tehuanas, as they have become known, run the m

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Published August 25th 2016 by Travel Artist Simon Bird
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Simon Bird is from East Devon in the United Kingdom. He studied Fine Art at Cheltenham College of Art and has over twenty years’ experience travelling the world creating arts based projects with indigenous tribes.

More recently he has been drawn to alternative social structures, and together with his girlfriend Katerina Karaskova they have compiled a series of eBooks about Where Women Rule!


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