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A '''Gynocentric Cultural Complex''' consists of three central motives: Damsels, chivalry and courtly love. It was birthed in the Middle Ages, becoming disseminated to mass culture and much of the world today.<ref>[https://gynocentrism.com/2020/02/16/victim-industrial-complex/ 'Victim Industrial Complex' at Gynocentrism and its Cultural Origins]</ref><ref>[https://gynocentrism.com/2016/07/03/damseling-chivalry-and-courtly-love-part-two/ Damseling, chivalry and courtly love, at Gynocentrism and its Cultural Origins]</ref><ref>[https://gynocentrism.com/2013/10/19/gynocentrism-or-gynocentric-culture/ Gynocentric culture, at Gynocentrism and its Cultural Origins]</ref><ref>[https://gynocentrism.com/2014/10/01/gynocentric-culture-complex-gcc/ Gynocentric Culture Complex (GCC), at Gynocentrism and its Cultural Origins]</ref>
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A '''Gynocentric Cultural Complex''' consists of three central motives: Damsels, chivalry and courtly love. It was birthed in the Middle Ages, becoming disseminated to mass culture and subsequently to much of the world today.<ref>[https://gynocentrism.com/2020/02/16/victim-industrial-complex/ 'Victim Industrial Complex' at Gynocentrism and its Cultural Origins]</ref><ref>[https://gynocentrism.com/2016/07/03/damseling-chivalry-and-courtly-love-part-two/ Damseling, chivalry and courtly love, at Gynocentrism and its Cultural Origins]</ref><ref>[https://gynocentrism.com/2013/10/19/gynocentrism-or-gynocentric-culture/ Gynocentric culture, at Gynocentrism and its Cultural Origins]</ref><ref>[https://gynocentrism.com/2014/10/01/gynocentric-culture-complex-gcc/ Gynocentric Culture Complex (GCC), at Gynocentrism and its Cultural Origins]</ref>
  
 
A cultural complex refers to a significant configuration of culture traits that have major significance in the way people’s lives were lived. In sociology it is defined as a set of culture traits all unified and dominated by one essential trait; such as an industrial cultural complex, religious cultural complex, military cultural complex and so on. In each of these complexes we can identify a core factor – industry, religion, military – so we likewise we have core motives for the Gynocentric cultural complex: the triad of damsels, chivalry and courtly love.
 
A cultural complex refers to a significant configuration of culture traits that have major significance in the way people’s lives were lived. In sociology it is defined as a set of culture traits all unified and dominated by one essential trait; such as an industrial cultural complex, religious cultural complex, military cultural complex and so on. In each of these complexes we can identify a core factor – industry, religion, military – so we likewise we have core motives for the Gynocentric cultural complex: the triad of damsels, chivalry and courtly love.

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A Gynocentric Cultural Complex consists of three central motives: Damsels, chivalry and courtly love. It was birthed in the Middle Ages, becoming disseminated to mass culture and subsequently to much of the world today.[1][2][3][4]

A cultural complex refers to a significant configuration of culture traits that have major significance in the way people’s lives were lived. In sociology it is defined as a set of culture traits all unified and dominated by one essential trait; such as an industrial cultural complex, religious cultural complex, military cultural complex and so on. In each of these complexes we can identify a core factor – industry, religion, military – so we likewise we have core motives for the Gynocentric cultural complex: the triad of damsels, chivalry and courtly love.

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