Misandrist

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Men are such idiots! She was tougher than any man. She knew this because she had dedicated her whole life proving it. Men were just a commodity to be used up and discarded. She would stop at nothing, including murder, to put them out of her misery. She would not allow any man to treat her like her mother was treated. Her mother had been weak. There wasn't a man, in the world, who would ever be able to control her this way.
She saw, at an early age, how controlling men could be....
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Overview

Men are such idiots! She was tougher than any man. She knew this because she had dedicated her whole life proving it. Men were just a commodity to be used up and discarded. She would stop at nothing, including murder, to put them out of her misery. She would not allow any man to treat her like her mother was treated. Her mother had been weak. There wasn't a man, in the world, who would ever be able to control her this way.
She saw, at an early age, how controlling men could be. Control was everything. If you had it, you did whatever it took to keep it. Get on top, stay on top. Being married had not changed this resolve. The two men she married and divorced were just useful tools. They served a purpose. Emotion is a weakness. If you show it, someone would use it against you. Being smart was different. She loved to show how smart she was. People were jealous of her intelligence. She could get any of them to do what she said.
Men were the easiest to control. She had so many weapons to use against them. It was almost unfair how she treated them. No, they deserved to be treated like the dogs they were. Her boy child thought he could use his bloodline to change her attitude. What was it he said? Oh yeah, "I want to get to know you." Hah! No way, am I going to let him get next to me, just so he can try and take away the control I've worked so long and hard to maintain. I owe him nothing. I have to keep him away from me. I hate him, just like I hate all men. Stupid idiots!
My daughters have been turned against me. It sure didn't take much. All I ever tried to do was show them how to protect themselves from men. And what do they do? They turn against me just because I showed them how a little discipline can make people do what you want them to do. Don't they understand I only kept them away from their children to show them how the children can be used as a weapon against your enemies? I had no intention of really hurting the children. It was just my way of teaching them a lesson on how to put fear into someone. I know it was their fathers who turned them against me. They are typical men. I know the truth is that they are using the girls to get me to come back to them. At least I think it's my ex-husbands who are trying to get back together with me. Maybe they aren't. All I ever did to them was show them how they couldn't control me. They needed to be shown how intellectually superior I am. But, maybe it's my first husband's wife who is trying to ruin my good name. I know she's jealous of me. I can't help it if I'm prettier and smarter than she is. She just needs to accept these things and get over it. If I wanted her man I could have him. I don't know what he or my daughters see in that woman. They can all go to blazes! Who needs them?
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  • ISBN-13: 9781460912058
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/19/2011
  • Pages: 316
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.66 (d)

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