Quote by Jodi Picoult
males conspicuously leaving their mark to let others know where they weren't welcome.
This quote implies that males use various methods or behaviors to assert dominance and claim territories, in an attempt to communicate that certain spaces or activities are meant exclusively for them. These "marks" can take the form of verbal statements, physical actions, or visible signs, creating a clear boundary to exclude others, specifically those who are not male. It suggests a form of gender-based exclusion or control over spaces, reinforcing an environment where certain individuals are made to feel unwelcome or marginalized based on their gender.
If nature has composed the human body so that in its proportions the seperate individual elements answer to the total form, then the Ancients seem to have had reason to decide that bringing their creations to full completion likewise required a correspondence bewteen the measure of individual elements and the appearance of the work as a whole.