''A woman from the government said, 'We women are walking with our heads up, and you men will have to put your tails down,' '' Loroupe recalled. (The New York Times)
I know that one subject is enough, but supposing that due to some idiomatic reasons "we women" and "you men" are correct—are they?—, can we infer that each pronoun can be used the same way—i.e., "I woman", "they men" and so on?
For example, can the following sentence be legally pronunced by a woman who is speaking to another woman?
We women know things that they men will never understand.