If Only she was willing to take him.
Coco Chanel used to say that as long as you know that men are children you know everything about men.
A quote that does indeed apply.
As getting older a woman understands her role more and more.
It becomes clear and she feels calm about everything.
Society will push a woman to be forever a teenager because only then she is a toy. A sexy little girl craving a male's attention.
Once she gets wise tho, she realises that they're the ones craving our attention in fact.
I've lived my life always doing What I shouldn't be doing.
Risking things. Breaking preconceptions.
Saying to people ''I can't do that? Just watch me!''
There's this Fire inside me that knows what I am and that never listens to anyone else's opinion.
That FIRE breaks people's will.
Because I am not here to live in your world I am here to make up my own.
Many women will hate men. Dislike them. Find them as being this and that. But I won't.
Men were loyal to me as dogs. They were excellent servants.
They were the ones seeing me as a GOD way before I saw it myself.
They looked into my eyes and saw that FIRE and told me with that I can break the world. And that I should.
I don't love men. They love me. Exactly how it should be.
In a society that still doesn't get how men or women work.
Why they can't get along. And what is indeed sexuality.
I sit on a chair, look, and laugh.
To me it's been clear for years.
Men really, really want to be useful to me. To build an empire for me just cause I told them so. To kneel because that's their proper position.
Funny thing is, when males sense you DO GET THEM, even without you speaking, they immediately get into a submissive mood.
It's not magic. It's simply something wired into their sexuality.
I've never planned to understand men. I've wanted to understand Myself and their reaction to me. In that long process of self discovery that took years I can now finally look into the mirror and LOVE absolutely everything that I see, everything that I am and all that I can become.
I am S. You're gonna love me.