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In the third century, Thekla’s story inspired a Roman noblewoman called Eugenia.
These men convinced the emperor Gallienus that Eugenia’s teachings about women’s reproductive choice endangered Rome’s military power by reducing the “supply” of future soldiers.
According to the Christian text titled the Acts and Martyrdom of Eugenia, Eugenia rejected marriage and led a male monastery for a time.
Right now, only Linda, Catherine, Sarah, Eugenia, and Mary-Beth.
“Terrible shall be the fate of the enemies of Social Unionism” is one of the rhetorical cries of Eugenia.
It will be the greatest satisfaction to me to see her—little Eugenia—how proud your dear grandmother was of her!
Eugenia shall come straight to Robin Redbreast for as long as I can get her to stay, and that will be as long as she wishes.
Amiable and wise Eugenia, examine rigorously the ideas that, by your own desire, I shall hereafter present you.Letters To Eugenia|Paul Henri Thiry Holbach
Eugenia frankly acknowledged she had been much amused the preceding evening, and wished to be again of the party.
No new proposition being made for Eugenia, Miss Margland permitted her again to be led out by the handsome stranger.