faire verser (les droits du côté de l'homme) : to attribute (rights to men only) littéraire
Note that the expression faire verser les droits du côte de l'homme is a quotation from Victor Hugo. The verb verser is not commonly used in this way in modern French.
  • "L’homme a fait verser tous les droits de son côté et tous les devoirs du côté de la femme…"

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