[She described Amazons, who battled against Greeks, as] an extreme, feminist wing of a young human race, whose other extreme wing consisted of the stringent patriarchies.
Mothers and Amazons: The First Feminine History of Culture, trans. John Philip Lundin (N.Y.: Julian Press, 1965), p. 123. ("the German edition of her work ... appeared in the early 1930s" under the author's pseudonym Sir Galahad)
In ... reality, the Amazon kingdoms not only comprise an extremist end of matriarchy but also are a beginning and a purpose in themselves. [They] ... exclud[e] ... everything male except some enslaved boy cripples[.]Helen Diner
Amazons .... were conquerors, horse tamers, and huntresses who gave birth to children but did not nurse or rear them [these Amazons being the aforementioned "feminist wing"][.]Helen Diner