Mother – Fucking:

The Saga of One Fucked Mother

 

BOOK ONE: I Think What I Will.

BOOK TWO: A Mama's Long View Redemption

BOOK THREE: The Opera: We Were Mothers Once, and Young

 

"Comes now” … at y2010’s Winter Solstice, Dr. Legion True’s 63rd birthday,

 
Chapter Twenty - Nine

of Mother – Fucking’s Book Three, The Opera: We Were Mothers Once, and Young
detailing … the OUTRAGE!

 

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Prologue

“Even if I am a Minority of One, the Truth is still the Truth.”

--- Mohandas K. Gandhi


Chapter One

A Couple of Definitions

“Whiskey and Truth should both be served straight up, Doctor.”

--- Watkins, the photographer, to Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman


Chapter Two

How, How in the World Did We Get Here From There?

“… a progression of outrages.”

--- Bob Edwards, Host,

National Public Radio’s Morning Edition, 14 September 2000,

in referencing events in Europe in the 1930s leading up to … that Holocaust.


Chapter Three

Holocausts

“If you were not hysterical, Legion, then, … then is when I would be worried about you.”

--- Margaret Stanley, lifelong Quaker, on the telephone,

while preparing for her nursing quest to China


Chapter Four

No Witnesses, But Hey, Still No Contact

“When they come, they’ll come at what ya’ love.”

--- Al Pacino in the role of Michael Corleone, Godfather III, 1990


Chapter Five

Friends

“My friends are my estate.”

--- Emily Dickinson, on wealth.


Chapter Six

Ancestors in Training

“… woman was no more than a machine to make babies for him.

Let them bear children TILL THEY DIE OF IT,’ Martin Luther advised. That is what they are for.’ ”

--- Dr. Rosalind Miles, “The Sins of the Mothers,” in her The Women’s History of the World, p 102.


Chapter Seven

Foreplay

" … and nothing explained the fact that the men all liked the conversation and participated happily. They talked in particular about how much they would like to fuck her in the ass."
--- from Andrea Dworkin's Chapter 27, entitled "My Last Leftist Meeting,"
of her Heartbreak: The Political Memoir of a Feminist Militant.


Chapter Eight

Two Tools

It’s just a man on a horse, Baby Girl.  Nothing more.  Just a man on a horse.

--- Anne Shropshire in the film role of ‘Doodlebug’ Bichon’s Great – Aunt Rae,

Something to Talk About,” 1995


Chapter Nine

Hope is a Woman - Killer

"You know, Michael, now that you're so respectable,

I think you're more dangerous than you ever were."
--- Diane Keaton in the role of Kay, Michael Corleone's estranged wife …
after he has kicked her out and gone to the Vatican, Godfather III


Chapter Ten

Playing Strindberg in August
"I feel that one of us must go under in this struggle."
--- Adolf to Laura regarding their child's future in Act II of August Strindberg's The Father, 1887


Chapter Eleven

If ... Always a Teacher, Then Hardly ... Teachable
"… as long as I'm not being made to feel … small."
--- Suzy, during her interview for first - time work as a whore, film version of Cannery Row


Chapter Twelve

The Unimportance of Unconscious Women
"Woman Is Nigger Of The World."

--- Song title and recurring lyrics by John Lennon, 1972


Chapter Thirteen

Finishing School for Fathers

“The petty despot of the man – made home is hindered in his humanness by too much manness.”

--- Charlotte Perkins Gilman in Chapter Two, “The Man – Made Family,” of her 1911 work,

Our Androcentric Culture, or The Man – Made World


Chapter Fourteen

Husbandry and Homeland Security

“ … all the time fresh air, sunshine and good water.”

--- Flying Hawk, the South Dakota plains, 1852 – 1931 CE


Chapter Fifteen

And Just a Few More of Those Flat – Out … Betrayals of Trust

“Rule Number One: Noooooo blasphemy!”

--- Warden Norton to Andy Dufresne and Ellis Boyd “Red” Redding, inmates,

Shawshank Prison, Maine


Chapter Sixteen

Patience Beyond Reason

“And now I’m glad I didn’t know the way it all would end, the way it all would go.”
--- The Dance, lyrics and score created by Tony Arata and sung by Garth Brooks


Chapter Seventeen

Escape from Accountability

“ … they understood our men as we did not!” and

“Today most of our men are better husbands and fathers than ever before.”

--- bill wilson on pages 105 and 108 in chapter eight’s “to wives” of the big book regarding

an alcoholic’s other women, mr. wilson presenting that chapter as if his wife, Ms. Lois Wilson,

had actually scripted it –– all the while himself, during and after ending alcohol consumption,

having countless sexual liaisons


Chapter Eighteen

The Company One's Mind Keeps

"That is sand upon bedrock, and the bedrock is this:  that there are still many, many men who feel, deep inside, that women as a group are just something –– not someone ––

something to be used and humiliated.  They grope on the subway; they beat up at home.

They rape and sodomize, male against female, the world's oldest bias crime."

--- Anna Quindlen, writing The Last Word for the 24 June 2000 Newsweek issue


Chapter Nineteen

She and I Aren't Really Married

"This is the relationship we should all aspire to:

The hierarchy which has subordinated men, you will be taught,

established matriarchy as the way in which God can be correctly related to and spoken about."

--- Dr. Anne Primavesi, From Apocalypse to Genesis: Ecology, Feminism and Christianity,

1991, Chapter Seven, p 139


Chapter Twenty

Too Bad It's Really a Rolodex Life and Not Exactly the Coveted Rolex Life

"Dime con quién andas y te diré quién eres."

--- dictó from the Latin
A rough translation of the saw: "Tell me with whom you walk and I'll tell you who … you are."


Chapter Twenty One

The Beginnings of the Bureau of Loss

"We still discover the church, the state, the world, all …

regarding the exercise of her own judgment even upon the questions most closely related to herself

as … woman's greatest sin."

--- Matilda Joslyn (Gage) on page 310 in Chapter Six, "Wives", of her 1893 work,

Woman, Church and State


Chapter Twenty Two

Because He Can

"We have to gut the bitch in the belly.
We all have to understand: We're going to obliterate her life.
But. It will get you the Vice Presidency."

--- Mr. Makerowitz acted by Douglas Urbanski and hissed about the opponent, a live DEhuman,

in The Contender, 2000


Chapter Twenty Three

Mawwiage: Thy Scientific Name, Thy Scorched - Earth Plague is Misogyny

 

"Women have very little idea of how much … men hate them."


--- The Female Eunuch, 1970, and Germaine Greer's opening sentence, p 245,
of the first chapter, "Loathing and Disgust," in its Part IV entitled "Hate"


Chapter Twenty Four

There Goes The Love of My Life.  Not.

"There goes my sex object. There goes my sex object.
What'll I do for sex now? There goes the guy I have sex with."


--- Fucked Mother Legion True, Monday, 06 June 1988, Othello Drive, Ames, Iowa,

out loud and to … herself


Chapter Twenty Five

"Many Men of Conscience"

"PREDICTION: Many men of conscience will ally themselves publicly

with a woman of feminist credentials. They may be living together or apart –– it doesn't matter;

what matters is their public alliance.

 

She will provide him with credentials of his own: a plastic - laminated wallet card that says

'I have been approved by a feminist woman' and it will have on it her good name.

He will flash the card when it suits him.

 

He will keep it in his pocket when he buys pornography.

 

When he visits her home, he will leave a mess."


--- John Stoltenberg on such men in his Refusing to Be a Man: Essays on Sex and Justice, pp 182 & 183.


Chapter Twenty Six

An Opera in Three Acts – But with Five Parts
Acts One and Two: Parts One, Two and Three – Their Overture

"My life has been stolen from me. I am living a life I have no wish to live. How did this happen?"


--- Adeline Virginia Stephen (Woolf) as portrayed by Nicole Kidman in the 2002 film, "The Hours"


Chapter Twenty Seven

An Opera in Three Acts – But with Five Parts
Acts One and Two: Parts One, Two and Three

“ ‘The body of a woman is filthy, and not a vessel for the law.’ --- Buddha.

‘Three things are insatiable –– the desert, the grave and a woman’s cunt.’ --- Arab Proverb.

When man made himself God, he made woman less than human. ‘A woman is never truly her own master,’

argued Luther. ‘God formed her body to belong to a man, to have and to rear children.’

In the grand design of the monotheistic male, woman was no more than a machine to make babies for him,

with neither the need nor the right to be anything else:

‘Let them bear children till they die of it.’ Luther advised. ‘That is what they are for.’ ”

--- Prophetess Dr. Rosalind Miles in Chapter Five entitled “The Sins of the Mothers

of her Scripture, The Women’s History of the World, verse – page 102.

 


Chapter Twenty Eight

An Opera in Three Acts – But with Five Parts
Act Three: Parts Four and Five

“Years ago, still small, I lost my mother.
Everyone wept around me,
but I grieved in silence,
Ignorant that to relieve sorrow,
a flood of tears must fall."
--- Thich Nhat Hanh, Viet Nam

 


Chapter Twenty Nine

"That Woman Deserves Her Revenge."

“And we deserve to die.”
--- Sidewinder Budd as portrayed by Michael Madsen in Tarantino’s 2003 Kill Bill II