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  • 1. Mongolian Women Sarah Medlin
  • 2.
    • In Mongolian Society,
    • Women were granted more variety,
    • Of the activities in which they could complete,
    • The ability to conquer any feat.
  • 3.
    • Chorus:
    • Subordination was not in place,
    • Mongol women were allowed to keep pace.
    • Freedoms granted spanned from marriage rights,
    • Extended to military plights.
  • 4.
    • A Mongolian woman could reject a marriage proposal,
    • The ability to divorce was at her disposal.
    • Though women often married young
    • Men sought those up on the age rung.
  • 5.
    • Chorus:
    • Subordination was not in place,
    • Mongol women were allowed to keep pace.
    • Freedoms granted spanned from marriage rights,
    • Extended to military plights.
  • 6.
    • Serving a role in the political realm
    • Mongolian women could be placed at the helm.
    • A woman could assume control
    • While her husband was off on a stroll.
  • 7.
    • Chorus:
    • Subordination was not in place,
    • Mongol women were allowed to keep pace.
    • Freedoms granted spanned from marriage rights,
    • Extended to military plights.
  • 8.
    • Serving as warriors in battles and wars
    • Mongolian women’s role exceeded just completing chores. After battle ceased
    • Women would finish off the enemies nearly deceased.
  • 9.
    • Chorus:
    • Subordination was not in place,
    • Mongol women were allowed to keep pace.
    • Freedoms granted spanned from marriage rights,
    • Extended to military plights.
  • 10.
    • Notorious Mongolian women have gained power
    • Coming in at a crucial hour.
    • The empire was split and leaders chosen upon Genghis’ death
    • By his daughter and law, who exuded rule out her breath.
  • 11.
    • Chorus:
    • Subordination was not in place,
    • Mongol women were allowed to keep pace.
    • Freedoms granted spanned from marriage rights,
    • Extended to military plights.
  • 12. Sources
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