Then we must develop a system of Masonic education that will give us membership well posted in Masonic history, in Masonic ethics, in Masonic rules and customs as well as in Masonic symbology. Well posted Co-Masons will not make foolish remarks that have a tendency to raise the antagonism of Masculine Masons who would be friendly if approached in the proper manner. Well posted Co-Masons will know their own place and will not try to overstep where not wanted. False pretense has never secured anyone lasting gains. Let us be what we are and never pretend to be anything else.
Louis Goaziou in his 1927 address to the regional convention of Hollywood of Le Droit Humain, American Federation, quoted by Karen Kidd in On Holy Ground.