How is the role of women exaggerated in Lysistrata?

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I guess I would say it does that by implying that the women of the time actually had enough power to influence something as important as a decision to go to war.

But is that what you mean?  That kind of role?  Or are you asking about how sex roles are exaggerated in the play?

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