The birth of hierarchy: organized hunting. Early folio-frugivore primate hominid males pulled away from foraging with the group to hunt. Scoring hunted animal ‘food’ was less of a sure thing, leaving females to ensure the dietary mainstay by carrying an extra load with increased energy on gathering. This gave males more freedom to wander, experiment and enjoy, and afforded females less free time. Thus, the beginning of speciesism and sexism and patriarchy (hierarchy/civilization).