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Potential Not-Women Abuse In Order To Free Themselves from Being Women

November 18, 2007
To attain being someone, one must not be a woman because in a patriarchal world being a woman is the worse abomination imaginable. To pursue not-woman status one must do everything opposite of what women are supposed to do, that list of duties comprised and mandated by the patriarchy of course.

Being a woman, in patriarchal terms means being the bottom of the bottom; it means to be a receptacle for all of one’s trash, frustrations, fetishes, and fantasies, to metaphorically and literally be the dog that is kicked at the end of the day, everyday. Regardless of what sex one is born with, if that one decides “By GOD I WILL NOT BE A FUCKING WOMAN” that person mimics everything that not-women do, which is of course to abuse women. Even though there is a higher force (patriarchy), bigger fish to fry (as they say down south) in which if tackled and conquered would destroy this vicious cycle of people needing to be a not-woman in order to feel like someone, the soldiers of the not-woman movement remain on the must abuse women tract because it has proven to provide them instant gratification, an instant reminder that one is close to becoming not-woman, because not-women feel alive unlike those inanimate receptacles, women. Abusers must be on the right track because abusing those stupid is-women make them feel alive. Because when they abuse they feel a power, a force, life, so to abuse must be the right thing to do. Besides all the not-women men are famous for abusing and it has worked for them. These not-women will rationalise their abuse inflicted on women. They will say, “Yes I look like a woman, but I am in fact a not-woman. Don’t you see how I am willing to abuse women, so please patriarchy accept me as being superior to those nasty awful is-women. I am willing to abuse so I am now one of you, right.” They will even say it is not abuse if called on it because even though the woman is feeling the pain of abuse she is not entitled to call it pain, hence, abuse, because who is she, she is nobody, one can only be somebody if one is not-women.

Others born as the sex of women, who have internalised the hatred of being a woman will accept the allure to abuse, join in, because abuse keeps them feeling alive, and convinces them that they are so very close to reaching the status of not-woman. Yet when the high is depleted they will still be there standing in their womanly body because the ultimate beast that dictates if they are someone or not, is still alive and thriving and, is still labeling them as a woman. So the is-woman is abused for nothing. Well unless you consider the thrill the aspiring not-woman abuser gets as being something even for a moment. If so, the is-woman is once again proven to be an object for someone else’s purpose.

Men hate women and there are women who hate women too.

3 Comments
  1. Unsane permalink
    November 21, 2007 6:44 am

    Actually, I think it is more complicated than that. The potential “not-women women” are those who can’t quite believe what they almost think they perceive. That which they “almost perceive” is the a broad sweep of unfairness enacted upon a whole group of people simply because of their sex. This is hard to take in, because we are told that we live in a rational society, and this couldn’t be a rational society if abuse is so systematised. So, those who would free themselves from this systematisation of abuse tell themselves the nice story that helps to overcome their cognitive dissonance about what they think they almost-see. They tell themselves that the only reason that people are abused in society is because they are irrational, that society is rational after all, and that redemption is possible for anyone, so long as they are thinking properly.

    And so it is that the lie is told, and the lie is believed — and more women create themselves as victims of the patriarchal lie.

  2. Kitty Glendower permalink
    November 21, 2007 6:04 pm

    Yes exactly, hence the reason these not-women women can abuse women and rationalise that abuse as not abuse. See, they are appropriating the model of men, “the rational ones,” and in that appropriation treat the women as men do, which is to abuse, and that abuse is not label abuse because it is simply treatment that is inflicted on irrational creatures. Irrational creatures deserve to be abused, but of course, it is not called abuse, it is called behaving like the rational ones, which must be a good thing because they are the ones in power.

    But there is another layer here. The layer that this not-woman woman, lesbian as named by some power, possibly the patriarchy, cannot be criticised, not even as an individual. Because she being a member of an oppressed group, which no one is arguing that, is free to abuse her sisters, women, because her heterosexual sisters are preferred over her in a patriarchy, even though those sisters are oppressed as well. Suddenly the not-woman woman defenders will cry out not fair, when you are criticizing the ONE not-woman woman (lesbian) you are criticising the whole group (which is a lie, the whole group is not going around abusing women like this lone wolf lesbian is proudly bragging about doing) but when I say I am part of the heterosexuals that this not-woman woman is abusing I’m told don’t take it personally, it is only a comment, she does not mean you, just the whole fucking group that you belong to! And all for what. TO DIVIDE WOMEN! The patriarchy can be proud of the not-women women. Why does the patriarchy have to do any work when their not-women women minions are doing the work for them?

  3. Rent Party permalink
    November 22, 2007 1:36 am

    “Why does the patriarchy have to do any work when their not-women women minions are doing the work for them?”

    Yes.

    “They tell themselves that the only reason that people are abused in society is because they are irrational, that society is rational after all, and that redemption is possible for anyone, so long as they are thinking properly.

    And so it is that the lie is told, and the lie is believed — and more women create themselves as victims of the patriarchal lie.”

    Yes indeed.

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