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  • Myths are themselves a very important kind of proof. Myths preserve the history of human thoughtdreams, nightmares, and memories — as well as the history of human deeds. And tangible proof aside, the legendary Amazons have been an almost universal male nightmare. Men have believed in them. Psychologically speaking, we don't fear something that doesn't exist, something that never happened, something that never could happen - any more than people forbid or regulate something that no one wants to do anyway.