Re: the Jezebel spirit or 'feminism' and it's social effects...
Sort-of the opposite of Rahab. Imagine what all of those sleazy soldiers would do to the town prostitute. I mean, the hookers today can tell stories of all sorts of weird stuff. You know, unnatural things.
So Rahab has to hold all of that humiliation and rage inside without hope - at least until Israel comes and promises amnesty for her if she would spy for them (hmmm . . . sounds just like the Mossad today!). So in a cathartic fury she spikes her tormentors! Great! And not only that, she is one of the ancestors of Jesus himself.