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We, the people...

During Renaissance townspeople emerged as a strong political force. However, their influence was not limited to power play. Here are just some of the areas of their influence.

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The Art of Gossip

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The Art of Music

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Sensible fashions

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Much less sensible fashions


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Women's rights through superior weaponry

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You may flirt -- but respectfully.

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Ballistic entertainment.

Meditation and relaxation techniques.

That is 10 inches, honest!

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The townfolk had invented concept of "dating"
(as in "Romeo and Juliet")

Unfortunately, that invention required introduction of "teenagers"
(and we all know what trouble that turned out to be)

Melinda and her man
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Still, cozy scenes like the one on to the left are common enough to think that most teens do not follow either Romeo's or Othello's example (and M. DeSade is not period).

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While you were looking at others, a few locals got interested in you. While they cannot see you directly, they are good at making sense out of what you tell them.

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