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PUSSY

THE RECLAMATION OF THE PUSSY PROCLAMATION

If you looked closely you could see the undercurrent

of despair amidst the sea of smiles  the sea of pink pussy

hats   In a parallel world they marched nude  covered in

honey+feathers  sweet+savage Joan’s of Arc  ready to be

burned at the stake for de-throning a pussy grabbing despotic

billionaire  with pouffy yellow hair  +a sucker-like mouth

 

Women with: Pussies that grab back  on placards around the globe

Women whose erogenous zones stretch over their entire bodies  Far

superior to their masculine counterparts   Jim Pfaus  professor at

Concordia U  has catalogued the: truly remarkable variety of

orgasmic zones among women  including the ignoble earlobe

 

Next thing you know the repugnant boy Prez  will be sniffing out

earlobes  (When you’re famous they let you do it  You can do anything

You can grab them by the pussy)  Women still protesting basic human

rights  Dozens carried the placard: Can’t believe we’re still protesting

this crap!   In 2016 a woman professor was kept in solitary for 3 months

in Iran until near death:  for dabbling in feminism

 

But while Putin may have put the Donald in  can pussypower really take him

out?   Maybe come 2020  But in the meantime on a freezing Toronto street last

night  a skeletal woman approached a male friend    She was naked from the waist

 down   I’m working   she screamed

__

 

And even you want nothing more than a plate of eggs at some sidewalk

cafe.  As he smiles like a man who knows how to crack a safe.

(Tracey K. Smith  Life On Mars   2011   Pulitzer Prize winner)

 

To be sane in a world of madmen is in itself a kind of madness.

(J. J. Rousseau)

 

42% of U.S. women voted for Trump. Among white women it was 53%.

The people we saw Saturday simply reflect the Democratic base. The lesson

of the women’s march is that women are as divided as the country. And the

secret of defeating Trump is not more identity politics, but less.

Globe & Mail   M. Wente   January 24, 2017

 

 

Winter  2017

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