SJW's and other feminist butthurt-causing stimuli weren't present when Italians supported Mussolini, or during many other outbreaks of fascism and authoritarianism.
@HydroCabron a bit more proof you're very wrong. fascism was indeed partly a reaction to feminism:
Looking back over the past years of Germany’s decline, we come to the frightening, nearly terrifying, conclusion that the less German men were willing to act as men in public life, the more women succumbed to the temptation to fill the role of the man. The feminization of men always leads to the masculinization of women. An age in which all great idea of virtue, of steadfastness, of hardness, and determination have been forgotten should not be surprised that the man gradually loses his leading role in life and politics and government to the woman.
The modern age, with all its vast revolutionary transformations in government, politics, economics, and social relations has not left women and their role in public life untouched. Things we thought impossible several years or decades ago are now everyday reality. Some good, noble, and commendable things have happened. But also things that are contemptible and humiliating. These revolutionary transformations have largely taken from women their proper tasks. Their eyes were set in directions that were not appropriate for them. The result was a distorted public view of German womanhood that had nothing to do with former ideals.
that root has not been discovered yet, but given that languages map pretty well to human genetics, maybe the closest to the original human language is bushman, which is spoken by the people who are genetically closest to original humans before they migrated out of africa.