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The Abuse Cycle

Read all the points mentioned in this Abuse Cycleit’s different for each state like domestic abuse, psychopathy or narcissism─and then mentally revise your experiences by using these ideas. You will notice that you will feel less confused and more in control after you have realized that you are being abused. You will also notice that you will stop feeling ashamed or guilty of things that you did not quite do. Get help immediately by contacting the correct authorities because you might get thoroughly brainwashed if you decided not to take timely action. And, I request immediate intervention in one form or another because living with abuse can create chronic illnesses. When you sleep after reviewing this cycle, think back to your most precious possession like a friend or family member. That’s the only way of safely getting out of the abusive situation you are currently in.


Creative Commons License This image is originally taken from Wikimedia Commons, which states that this image was originally uploaded to Commons using Flickr upload bot on 24 Feb 2014 by Lisa Davis. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic License.

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Note: This post is based on my analysis of female psyche and their lack of knowledge, which is propagated by the abusive system they are living in. You have to read the “Safety Tips for Women” with this one. 

When you look at Abnormal minds, you will notice that they will redesign you into a different “you”.  And, it is easy for them to misuse you if you are suffering from domestic abuse. If you have run into a psycho, you would notice that it will take you a whole lot of effort to get through legal proceedings. Psychos can make you do things and then later convince you that you wanted things this way. Also, they can keep lying and shift blame to appear like “a wrecked person who has been abused” by the victim. This is why a lot of the victims don’t file a complaint with the police or launch an actual investigation. And some of the lawyers are just designed to run in circles, which is how the victims end up being “placed at fault” or “killed”. There are actual cases that show that the criminal can make love to the victim or tell the victim that he/she (criminal) is who the victim wanted while openly confessing that “he/she will make the rest bleed if they got near him/her” or “he/she is a criminal.” Telling the victims of their “vile deeds” actually makes them feel better. I volunteer for abused women; and I also read a whole lot of real case studies, which is how I know all of this. A lot of times, the victims need Visual Aids to understand what the abusers are saying or doing to them; advice from experts just to sort out why they reacted/behaved a certain way; and, what exactly the twisted statements and actions of the abusers are doing to their minds. Stay inside a functional group if you wish to survive these types.

To avoid mistreatment and to regenerate fully, women should follow the following set of rules. And, they should remember that some of the officials, society, and media will only sensationalize their condition—for instance, journalism is known to attract psychopaths— owing to their rather persistent rape culture, misogynist and patriarchal nature, and intentional lack of knowledge of women’s psyche. Like I said, even the most literate abusive men like to keep women as blank and tame as sheep.

As the divorced or single women look for a new spouse, they should keep these tips in mind.

1) Dysfunctional families are full of abuse and may give you more issues like PTSD and Stockholm Syndrome. Stay away or connect with a family member who is not dysfunctional and is willing to make the members act as a functional team. Read 15 Signs You Come From A Dysfunctional Family

2) Do not go out with men who have issues like psychopathy, narcissism, stalking, misogyny, need to rape, and pathological lying. Learn how to spot them before it is too late. Some of them are so powerfully retarded that they are not scared of telling you all about their mental issues and then expect you to bow in fear and compliance. They will make you suffer one way or another because that’s what they have been taught to do. Read the following:

Identifying a Psychopath: 20 Subtle and Hidden Signs
10 Ways to Spot a Narcissist
Rejected, obsessed and erotomanic: Inside the mind of a stalker
12 Ways to Spot a Misogynist
13 Characteristics of a Date Rapist: A List You Need to Share
How to Spot a Pathological Liar
How to Identify a False Friend
The Danger That Lurks Inside Vladimir Putin’s Brain
How to Spot a Guy with a Saviour Complex

3) Go to YouTube and see how these problematic individuals behave, talk, and think to make sure that you do not get attacked again simply because you have observed this type of behaviour before.

4) Fully know different types of cycles of abuse. You should be able to tell where the trigger is and how to stay away from it in case you are friends with or in relationship with someone abusive. Read the following:

The Cycle of Abuse
The Narcissistic Cycle of Abuse
The Psychopath’s Relationship Cycle: Idealize, Devalue, and Discard
FirstRespondersFirst (includes resource kit that discusses how to manage PTSD)

5) Break the cycle of abuse whenever and however you can. Read the following:

How to Deal with a Psychopath
8 Ways to Handle a Narcissist
8 Steps to Break a Cycle of Family Dysfunction

6) Get someone to work for you like friends who are willing to help you out or a functional and connected network. Do not assume that only you are responsible for maintaining your well-being. Feel free to throw some responsibility on members of your circle.

7) Know which professions these individuals are most likely to be in.

10 Careers with the Most Psychopaths
The Top 10 Jobs that Attract Psychopaths
10 Professions that Attract the Most Sociopaths
The Professions of the Narcissist
What is the Most Common Profession for Child Rapists
Jobs that Hire Sex Offenders
Who Lies the Most?
Best Tradeskill/Profession for Stalkers

Ladies! feel free to print out all of this. And, then devise your own methods of interrogation (video 1, video 2, and video 3) and questions to find out what’s really going on. And, please do not expect men to teach you these rules. Most of the men do not even care about training you; some of them think that you are a leech; and others feel that you do not deserve anything—good men are so rare that you will most likely end up running into scams and pussies unless you watch out for yourself and keep running towards a functional group. If most men were good, then rape culture should not exist. But, its actually very strongly embedded in most cultures—it even includes women who fail to successfully amplify the comments of the victims. Always work in a group setting while cracking such evil humans and make sure each member of your group knows how to use these interrogation techniques and identification methods; I recommend a group setting because it is very difficult to do this.

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Leading By Example: Buddy Program

Note: The idea behind “Leading By Example” project is to offer a donation whenever I can to a charity, not-for-profit organization, or person of my choice. This program is designed to provide an example to everyone about how to offer charity regularly. Whether this task is conducted on monthly or yearly basis really depends on where you are in your career or how much struggle you are up against. But, even then the donations should be routinely provided through this method─remember, even a warm smile is considered a donation because it improves the minds. Oh! I learned all this through Islam. Kindly follow these footsteps to lead the rest.

See the rest of the examples under the category Leading By Example.

I just ran the “buddy program” session with an abused woman. I believe that everyone should verse themselves in preventing domestic abuse. I do this by making functional connections either with reliable lawyers, therapists, social or community workers, colleagues, or friends; being willing to submit necessary commentary, like thoughts on recent attempt to commit suicide, to the authorities or anyone else who are working on that particular case; learning relevant literature including emergency exit plansemotional abuse assessment guides, and suicide prevention; developing an understanding of the possible moves the abuser(s) might end up making; understanding the culture and belief system of the victim(s); emailing helpful information; and, participating in the separation, divorce, or emergency exit process; and, helping a woman find a suitable place for herself. You must implement this system according to your mental and physical abilities and budget. For instance, you can start building a lobby slowly by connecting with one professional at a time; gaining experience in lucid dreaming by helping men/women you somehow feel connected to; acquiring knowledge of the Abnormal Psychology (Regeneration and What is Abnormal Psychology); learning how to maintain confidentiality; and requesting another expert to intervene when the victims become too scared, agitated, and shaken.

There are couple of things you have to know before you decide to play the buddy:

  • Only work for women who feel that they can somehow trust you with their personal information.
  • Know when to stay quiet so that the victim may have sufficient time to absorb her trauma and then react properly.
  • Know that you won’t be able to pull each victim out of their situation because sometimes they have to live with their abuser(s) due to lack of money or job.
  • Do not sit there and judge the woman you are working with; she might be temporarily feeling down or acting rashly because her abuser(s) don’t let her breath, grant sufficient space, and figure things out.
  • Connect with men who know about woman abuse and how to handle it. They can help you understand the situation at hand or give you good contacts to work with. Speak only to men who have some sort of training to handle such situations; who are on the same page with you; or who have previous experience handling traumatized women─this is tricky because men who are playing it nice but don’t know what to do will get you into deeper trouble instead of walking you through all of this. Furthermore, sometimes men know better about the psychology of men; for instance, a male therapist might advise an abused woman to just stay away from those who are verbally attacking her. Don’t just sit there and ignore other men simply because the person who has been attacking your buddy is a man.
  • Be part of an existing support system so you may constantly extract knowledge from their resources.
  • Learn to draw a boundary somewhere. Sometimes, the victim(s) might be very injured and thus unable to decide what’s better for them. That’s when you have to decide what’s better for them and help them navigate. Other times, you might end up with a completely uneducated and angry woman who needs help. Look at your comfort zone and then decide if you wish to help; and also decide when you need to stop volunteering and move on with your life.
  • Create your “Safety Tips” list, which should list the most critical points you want to bring up while advising a victim of abuse or someone who is willing to learn how to help them out. Here is a sample list that I created.

This system really works well on its own due to contributions by only some people. For example, I used this system to help an abused woman get a job and another woman her driving license. Its easy to play this system even if you are planning to hide from your abusers and the general population.

I am thinking back to one of my lucid dreams now. Perhaps, it was a spiritual quest that’s indicating that citizens must participate in protecting each other from domestic abuse. I mean I learned whatever I know about how to handle and manage women abuse after I saw this dream.

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Handling Marriage Fraud

Originally Published On: Mar 17, 2017

Note: Some Canadian Muslims have very evil and closed hearts and minds. I heard of this Muslim man divorce his wife through email because his relatives pushed him to get rid of his wife. There was no involvement by a third party, which is usual in such cases. 

My personal experiences with some Muslims aren’t that amazing. Most of the Muslims I have met are exceptionally busy abusing very critical parts of the Quran and Islam. For instance, Islam gives the women a right to have their own property, job, money, and third party involvement when it comes to sensitive issues like divorce or separation. Islam also lets you choose the rulings granted by any Non-Muslim country or the Islamic rulings. It gives you this choice to prevent any framing that Muslims may themselves indulge in by shackling the women or by removing or altering the rest of the Islamic rulings and rights. For instance, some Canadian Muslim men aren’t telling the revert (convert) Muslim women about the Islamic Prenuptial Agreement that allows the women to state all of their conditions, including the choice to be in a polygamous or monogamous relationship before they even step into a marriage─I have seen two such cases up close. Islam also says that this prenuptial agreement can be stated under the allowed terms that are offered by an individual’s country. I read these facts several times so I memorized them. This way, I won’t ever have to waste time finding the exact quotes. 

These types of issues are the reason why I have been participating in the “Buddy Program“. Before you continue reading my comments, know that the mainstream media misrepresents the facts and tells us that this kind of abuse is only taking place in certain groups. They do this to blackmail certain communities while deferring attention from the rest of the affected communities as well as their way of living.

Fraudulent marriages that involve force or misleading the women are very common in Canada. Before you continue reading my comments, know that some of the mainstream media misrepresents the facts and tells us that it is only happening in certain groups. They do this to blackmail certain communities while deferring attention from the rest of the affected communities as well as their way of living.

A year ago, I was at a marriage networking event where I met a man who was new to Canada. He sat right next to me and talked about himself. He seemed a bit distressed so I started communicating as naturally as I could. Consequently, he relaxed and started talking to me. I feel that after talking to me he actually got less confused and admitted that he has a wife back home. I was shocked when I heard his confession. After the event was over, I complained to one of the female organizers about him.

There are men like him who are willing to mislead women. Some of them are doing this because they can’t bring the rest of family to Canada; and, others are participating in this genocide to get permanent residence in Canada. The victims are young and inexperienced women, divorced women, or unmarried mature women. This is why I don’t recommend that women get married in like six months after meeting a guy. You need at least a year or maybe more to learn about everything you can including the current state of your interest’s Canadian papers. I encourage women to report marriage fraud promptly by visiting Government of Canada’s Immigration and Citizenship page. I believe working in a safe group environment is the only way out. I say this because I know that some men easily tell lies about themselves and the victim to create a psychological setting where the victim becomes obedient and submissive to the abuser(s).

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Video Games and Dreams

Playing video games enhances the ability to induce lucid dreams. Last night, I had a dream that reminded me of some characters from the video games. I was a bit stressed so I failed to conduct a proper dream recall. Anyways, I remember seeing four to five dream characters who were able to shapeshift from humans to monsters with the click of their staffs. I saw brown hair and spikes grow over their bodies and heads as their staffs changed shapes as well. Quite frankly, that was a real bomb!


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Safety Tips for Women

Tip 1: Even if you are very intelligent and know how to heal yourself through Lucid Dreaming, seek advice of your therapist so that you may learn how to move forward. Women abuse is becoming more rampant because of porn, bad scenes in the movies, domestic abuse, and patriarchal societal systems and hierarchies. Stay open to those who offer you assistance without indulging in your beauty and vulnerabilities. Your therapist is the best person to seek during these times because he is bound by regulations that ensure that you are not violated any further. Even then, you must stay open towards the family members who keep you safe. I mean there are times when the therapists choose to violate the victims. One way of telling if something is about to go wrong is when the therapist does not hush things up and keeps asking you too many questions. That’s an indication of broken boundaries, which is ironic because that’s exactly what the abused women are struggling against. Do not take these unnecessary inquiries as an indication of friendship because it could be something else.

Tip 2: Relax through Yoga and meet new friends. Women who have been abused usually develop symptoms like Stockholm Syndrome, Depression, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). They might get further injured through repeat surgeries, infections, car accidents, or suicide. So make sure to step away and reward yourself for your efforts by doing what you like.

Tip 3: Stay away from gaslighters because they tend to drag people into conflicts very easily by engaging them in circular conversations.

Tip 4: Read books and you will find plenty of helpful stories. Some great examples are “The Ordeal” by Linda Lovelace, “Imam’s Daughter” by Hannah Shah, and “One Child” by Torey Hayden.

Tip 5: Read blogs to get updated information. Good sample blogs are Lucky Otters HavenDots Writing Dojo, and TEDBlog.

Tip 6: When you are walking in a mall or park, scan your surroundings. Know who is behind you, in front of you, and around you. Keep your cellphone easily accessible. React instantly if anything happens even if it means throwing a lie. For instance, once I almost got kidnapped during the day by two Black men. So I just screamed a lie, “My husband is only five minutes away; and I will just have to shout in my cell, and he will come running.” Then I had to keep shouting and scaring them with my cell while running away. That’s how they finally left. So try not to act vulnerably even if you are very scared. I was shivering like loose feathers while I was running away.

Tip 7: Don’t build walls around you so that you may become numb. Choose activities that help you release your emotions. Also, don’t be afraid of crying because it is healthy to do so.

Tip 8: Remove or avoid the people who are triggering you to act against your will or best intentions. They can ruin things more than you can even imagine like your personality, your way of engaging others, your smile, your lifestyle, and your bank account.

Tip 9: Do not use the net to heal your issues. This has to be done with the help of a great friend or a therapist. That’s when you share energies, which are designed to heal. I suggest that you use the web to watch funny videos or access helpful resources that will supplement your therapy.

Tip 10: Do not stay in touch with your abusers on social media. Learn how to block the social mediaaccounts of individuals who have targeted you in the past. There is no shame in doing so and it prevents stress from building up. The reason I ask you to be very careful about allowing your past abusers to stay connected with you is because they can infiltrate your personal network and then they may choose to spread harmful gossip about you. Abusers have a clear incidence and apology phase. And, if they haven’t realized that they are in a cyclical abuse process and that they need therapy, then they will end up targeting you again one way or another. It pays to stay careful.

Tip 11: Work according to cultural etiquettes. Offering too much help can lead to abuse. Also, completely check out who you are hanging out with or working with by using the points mentioned here. I have seen cases of very decent women being abused simply because they offered to help someone out.

Tip 12: Leave the city of your abusers if they have the mentality of stalkers and psychopaths.

Tip 13: Talk less with your past abusers if you cannot avoid contacting them. Show them that you are independent and aren’t in need of them for emotional or physical support.

Tip 14: If you have walked in the hands of a psychotic individual, then pray for your mental safety because this kind is designed to destroy every little part of your personality. They can create the new you, which is something you aren’t. This is because of their psychological or physical control over you. To run away safely, you have to learn to keep away from more psychotic individuals, stay near your safest family members, listen less to those who are critical of you, and slowly become as independent as possible. That’s the only way out.

Tip 15: Identify a gang setting and stay away from the entire gang. They can harm you psychologically by spreading gossip about you or belittling your intellect. If you need to run away from one gang member, get rid of the restlike I said walk away or break the gang by bringing in a responsible outsider.

Tip 16: Do not stay inside a domestic abuse setting because it can lead to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Stockholm Syndrome, rape, and much more. If you are forced to stay in a household that’s toxic, then learn to forgive yourself and attempt connecting more with the safest family members or your best friends. This way, you will slowly learn to walk out on your own. Feel free to add psychological pressure to prevent your abusers from victimizing you; but, don’t stay lazy and without a job because that’s what your abusers really want.

Tip 17: Remember that abused individuals do not open up unless they really trust you. Either you keep that trust or walk out before it is too late for that abused individual. They deserve far better than what they have been psychologically designed to take.

Tip 18: If you feel that someone is stalking you while you are driving, then use the following techniques to check: slow down to see if the car behind you also slows down; then speed up to see if the car behind you also speeds up. If you have found out that someone is stalking you, then either change your route or stop at the nearest gas station and call the police if you need to.

Tip 19: Do not bend over your car’s front or passenger seat to put some luggage inside. If your knees are bent, then someone can easily throw you in and rape or kidnap you. Always check your surroundings and then place your luggage in the seat.

Tip 20: Always lock the doors of your car the second you are seated.

Tip 21: Check the back seat of your car from outside before opening the door and stepping inside your car.

Tip 22: Do not park in an isolated spot in the night. I was once stopped by the police who made me wait there for like 20 minutes. I had parked away from Tim Hortons and was unable to get back to my car before the nightfall because I was busy studying. The cops did the complete check and then warned me: “Ma’am, don’t park away from the rest of the vehicles. Members of the mafia and drug addicts usually do this so that they may be able to sell drugs.” I got so freaked out. LOL!

Tip 23: Create a blacklist where you can list everyone who has attacked or looted you in the past or have caused serious trouble for you. This list should be created in an Excel file and should have two columns: Name and Reasons. The listed reasons will ensure that you don’t end up connecting with them or may choose to avoid them as best as you can. Remember that emotional blackmail is designed to make you do things that you never wanted to do, such as give large sums of money to an abuser.

Tip 24: Be cautious of men who make you feel unworthy and neglected for personal gains like winning rights to your property and money. These type of men can be very tricky: they can break your composure by ignoring you; force you to decide their way by making you feel bad about a small mistake, which they themselves caused; and, they might already be filthy rich or in a better position than you. You want to stop looking up to them; remove them from your private circle of friends or your entire network; and move on towards healthier and saner individuals who can appreciate you for your hard work, reward you by giving you work, and protect you by connecting you to their circle.

Tip 25: Do not share your personal story of abuse with anyone you cannot trust─this includes members of your family. False friends can judge and mislead you by ignoring your psychological needs or by initiating their own abuse cycle that’s characterized by gifting and incidence phases. For instance, they can say that you are selfish and willing to enjoy superficial things if you are listening to music to relax. This way they can numb your mind even further so that you may not fully react to your personal needs.

Tip 26: If the abuser is giving you time and space to think and react, then use this to your advantage. He might be offering you all this because he is mentally ready to start a new incidence. Start reading the behavior of your abuser by using the Abuse Cycle especially if he/she haven’t completed rehabilitation. Make sure to use the time and space your abuser grants you to devise and implement an exit plan.

Tip 27: Be very careful about interacting with men who have already been seriously abused by their family, friends, or the law. Some of the abused men cannot handle their mental pain and inflict further injury on the more vulnerable gender.

Tip 28: If you are a victim of domestic abuse or trauma, be careful of rapists. It is easier to get raped in such situations because you have been taught to stay tolerant of misuse; you might have been cut off from a helpful circle; you were repeatedly told that you are unworthy of attention, which has silenced you in several ways; or you might have been hit on the head due to some other trauma like accidents or passing away of a close family member.

Tip 29: Make notes of everything that’s been done to you if you are seeking divorce or separation or if you are moving away from your family. It will be easier for your lawyer and social worker to help you out given that you have your side of the story written down.

Tip 30: If you are working independently, make sure to work only after a written contract has been signed. Verbal contracts can be broken easily given that the other party decides to lie.

Tip 31: Monitor online activity of the abuser(s) you just happen to know. Watch for signals like he has been visiting sites that offer porn. Given that he has previously raped you or attempted something funny with you, this might be an indication of an upcoming incidence. Furthermore, if he is part of an organization, then look for subtle messages that the group is providing to make conclusions about his personal messages. For example, his organization might have placed twisted messages that promote rape culture, such as “Why bother asking for consent when she is too intoxicated to give it?”

Tip 32: Do not depend on men to cover any type of your expenses. You need to earn around $2500 per month to be able to live independently. Find another ambitious woman and work together to get to where you need to get.

Tip 33: Do not send your photograph or personal information to someone you have met online. Online activity is designed to give you a very fragmented idea of the reality that exists inside the users’ brains. For example, people can post things they don’t agree with.

Tip 34: If you are working, then work in an office that has an HR. Misunderstandings and framings can occur very easily inside an office environment especially when a neutral third party isn’t made aware of a situation. If a reliable HR team is absent, then anyone can blame you for doing things you didn’t do. Study the interviewers thoroughly before you decide to join the team.

I am proud of the fact that I read “The Ordeal” by Linda Lovelace to study the profile of criminal Chuck Traynor. This novel is based on the real story of Linda Lovelace, an American porn celebrity who was forced into prostitution and adult movies by her husband and manager Chuck Traynor. She describes Chuck as someone who used to buy her gifts and watch out for her while she was facing abuse by her parents. She already had PTSD when she decided to run away from Chuck. Chuck later started abusing her. First there were small incidences like snatching phone or sounding too loud. Then, there were more incidences like forcing her at gun point to have sex with five strangers or chasing her every time she tried to run away. PTSD made her susceptible to developing Stockholm Syndrome, which is why she couldn’t run away from Chuck Traynor. Ladies! watch out for men like Chuck Traynor. There are plenty of them. They will hit and abuse you till you get clingy enough and choose to cling on almost any stranger.

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White Saviour Complex

White Saviour Complex is a very bad idea because it is designed to marginalize the rest.

  • I apologize to everyone for your language and accent.
  • No! You don’t know what you are talking about; let me handle this for you.
  • We are here. I can help. We can help.
  • We are better at everything. Therefore, we must be the leaders. Thus, we must help out in everything.
  • We can bomb you. But if we bomb you, it’s for your own good. If we bomb you, then we are going to help you. Why else would we bomb you?
  • If you complain, we are going to look at you like you are an imbecile. We think you are like children and we think you need to be regulated and watched.
  • Sure! I can help you out but we have to stay distant too. This distance will help us keep control of our lives.

You know sometimes parents or older siblings do some of this too. They are looking out for you, which is why they need to bend your obligations a little bit every now and then. But the White Saviour Complex is different because it not only bends obligations but also manipulates the victims. And some very confused White people cannot even tell the difference between White Saviour ComplexEmpathy, and Holistic environment. For instance, I once left friendship of a young White man because he attacked me with a hate mail, and he thought that I act the way I usually act because I need to feel superior somehow. I was older than him, and I am the oldest woman in my house besides my mom. He confused my empathy and holistic bearing with the White Saviour complex. This happened some years ago, but I feel very violated due to his commentary and approach. I find it very puzzling that he tried making friends with me but he does not fully understood my culture or personality. If you are making friends with coloured people, please do not confuse their empathy or holistic environment with the White Saviour Complex. Empathy does not include feelings of superiority just because someone is helping out. In addition, holistic environments encourage generosity and sharing; but again, this does not add dominance or control over others. However, the White Saviour Complex adds feelings of superiority and thus the White Saviour appears too confident; always knows what he/she is doing; or, always seems to be in command of everything.


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Men Finding Excuses

Note: Abuse of the female gender is more strongly tied into the Abnormal Psychology of abusive individuals and how the society functions in general.

Christian Man: She wants to marry a rich man, you know what I mean. Oh! what good gals won’t compromise to stay in strong hands.  
Jew Man: She is sick and tired of me. Well! I must punish her for this immodest behavior because she isn’t allowed to divorce.
Muslim Man: Wait! Pay her less. You know she won’t need a job once she is married so don’t waste your money on her.
Buddhist Man: She has her own derogatory way of looking at herself. She likes suffering so I hurt her; and, she likes it.
Atheist Man: I don’t believe in any Gods and she can’t be considered sacred around me.
Hindu Man: She is supposed to live and die for her husband. I will lock her in the house and starve her to see if she still loves me.
Sikh Man: She is pure nonsense. She don’t know what she is talking about. Why does she want to identify herself with a different religion? She might as well do some drugs and get a taste of different religious practices this way.
White Man: I can fuck and rape her but who is going to catch me? No one can because I am invincible. There are never going to be any reports because the rest around me are doing the same. Classic!
Gay Man: She is a girl. I can ignore her forever and whenever.
Businessman: She has made a little error. But let us translate it into something massive and remove the rest of the team work from her mind and ours. I can lie to her and get away with it because I am a smarter male.


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Note: My thoughts on modern-day sex

70% digital porn and thus the monstrous gap between sexes
70% porn, 70% gap, 70% modernity
30% spirit, 30% truth, 30% intellect

You are porn to me because you are pretty
You are porn to me because you are not pretty
You are porn to me because you can think
You are porn to me because you cannot think
You are porn to me because your body is yours
You are porn to me because your body is not yours
You are porn to me because you need to flee
You are porn to me because of you are comfortable
You are porn to me because you are a cheat
You are porn to me because you are not a cheat
You are porn to me because you have more
You are porn to me because you have nothing
You are porn to me because you know more
You are porn to me because you know less
You are porn to me because you are vulnerable
You are porn to me because you are not vulnerable
You are porn to me because everyone tells me so
You are porn to me because everyone does not tell me so
You are porn to me because you are learned
You are porn to me because you are not learned
You are porn to me because you are digital
You are porn to me because you are not digital
You are porn to me because you can write
You are porn to me because you cannot write
You are porn to me because you have a camera
You are porn to me because you do not have a camera
You are porn to me because you have food
You are porn to me because you do not have food
You are porn to me because you are covered
You are porn to me because you are not covered
You are porn to me because you are clean
You are porn to me because you are not clean
You are porn to me because I want you
You are porn to me because I do not want you
You are porn to me because you have freedom of speech
You are porn to me because you do not have freedom of speech
You are porn to me because you are you
You are porn, you are porn, you are porn

This decadence is physical, mental, and spiritual
It is felt, understood, recycled, accepted, and increased
No words shall describe this folly
Except for “we don’t know what we are doing and expose us less”

May heaven expose us less
May heaven expose us less

But, where is the heaven?

Let them scan for the heaven
But, their vision is for scanning girls in class
The rest of their vision is for scanning prostitutes

Thus, heaven is only 30% away
Thus, truth is 70% from you
That’s the way it shall stay

Hasta la vista, hasta la vista, hasta la vista
Rhymes the heaven


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