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Wool - Hugh Howey Have you ever felt guilty about not liking a book? Or is it only me? Or do I have a friend?


I will be honest. I had this book for seven, SEVEN months and this is my fifth attempt at reading it. I have had more success and pleasure in watching paint dry. The writing doesn't grip me at all.

I get it, I really do. I can see how there would be troves of people who like this book. I wanted to like this book so bad, too. The writing just bored me to tears. For the life of me I couldn't get anywhere and I tried so hard.

fried chicken

The storyline is right up my alley, but the way the author phrased things made me feel like I am attending an Entmoot. The plot development was so slow it made my eyelids rust... I am giving up. To all those lovely people who wanted to chat about Wool, alas I am sorry to say....



Lockdown - Alexander Gordon Smith Fast paced and bloody brilliant.

“Don't go looking for snakes, you might find them..
Don't send your eyes to the sun, you might blind them,
Haven't I seen you here before?
There ain't no heroes here....”


This is a shit-meet-fan kind of book. There are no sugary bits glossing over events because of the main character's age. It's actually adds to the horror, when you are forced to see kids as adults and surviving trough ordeals you are certain most adults wouldn't survive trough.

It has it all. Underground prison from hell, gangs and turf war. Fights, murder, mad science experiments and a band of unlikely friends.

I have been reading quite a lot of dystopia lately and can safely say that I still have the taste for it. I like the fact that it's a rich genre. This particular spin is very engaging, it doesn't leave you with two minutes to catch your breath. It keeps you on your toes all the time. It's not something for the fans of insta justice, and evil vs. good.

This book will give you chills....


Golden Son

Golden Son - Pierce Brown 10 GOLDEN STARS!

When gods wage war, mortals scatter like ants.

“Audaces Fortuna Iuvat”
Fortune favors the bold...




When the old legends of heroes are told, time erodes away the piss and shit of those trampled by the hero's march until nothing is left but the gleaming purity of sacrifice and devotion. Funny how life is never as simple as that.

Pierce Brown has a spectacular mind. He gets that one thing perfectly, that one thing that escapes the grasp of so many aspiring and veteran authors. Train of thought. Not any single thought that goes trough our minds is simple or singular. It always develops, forms, mutates, jumps from one point to another and it's never alone. It is always accompanied by emotion. Sometimes it can even seem like shards with jagged edges that stab one another and bleed trough, carting you off in a different direction in a of a blink of an eye. Our thoughts live and breathe with us. To have an ability to capture those transitional moments is true talent, one that Brown has in abundance.

I've felt Darrow. I felt his triumph over his enemies, I've felt his confusion and loss of identity. I was lonely with him, I hurt at his side. I found joy in the moments when he thought about his lost love and the innocence that marked another life he lived.

Brown has built the Empire in it's true form. An organism, a massive beasts that digests everything in it's path. Created for a nobler purpose, but wherever we find the human element, sickness follows. Greed, power, survival of the fittest. It's amazing how humanity most often creates the very weapon that kills them. They have created gods that enslaved the world and in turn created slaves, but they forgot that all true gold is found in the dirt. The Society is a mother that nurses her children with cruelty and now has nothing else left than to embrace her Golden Son...


I am the type of person who never judges a person on their tastes, but if you don't like this particular series....something seriously wrong witcu....

Entreat Me

Entreat Me - Grace Draven There are only a handful of authors out there that write fantasy worth writing about. Grace Draven is one of them. I can't seem to stress enough how much I like her work.

I like her eloquence that doesn't sound forced. You have some authors that write in a way that it feels you have been repeatedly struck over the head with a dictionary. Like they are extremely proud that the word of the day on the tear up calendar stuck, and they can't wait to use it in front of everybody.

Writing style is important, very. Some fumble trough, some get by, and some are so talented that chapters flow seamlessly from one to another. Eloquence has to go hand in hand with world building and play of words to create nuances between characters. The most important thing is balance.

Entreat Me has enough of the right kind of language used by characters and in descriptions to make the scenes believable in the times they are set, without diving head first in the dreaded purple prose. You will find it often in younger writers when dealing with fantasy. They use it in this mistaken belief that it makes them sound more refined and that if gives depth to their characters, when it fact it only pisses the reader off. Well, it pisses me off, and every time I see it...


In her usual fashion Grace Draven creates the perfect moments for the unlikely heroes. She has an amazing ability to highlight those parts of her characters lives that would on their own not have much worth, but to those who experience it. Her characters are not the most feared, the most important, the most powerful of the most beloved by all. They are usually just people who are trying to do the best with the cards they have been dealt.

Arrogance as we know it today is not a feature in her writing either. There's hardly any posturing or stupid defiance. Her characters always seem to grow in acceptance and love rather as lonely individuals suffering in the dark.

I like her stuff, I always have done...

Recommendation? Well if this review isn't enough – it's simple. Read this book.

Hex Hall

Hex Hall - Rachel Hawkins It takes a heluva lot for me to say that I have enjoyed a YA. I haven't expected to like Hex Hall at all. To be honest I am still more than a little surprised that it managed to sneak up on me in the way it did, considering it had most of the usual cliches that make YA intolerable.

I will have to chalk it down to the MC Sophie Mercer for not being complete and utter waste of space. Rachel Hawkins developed a nice heroine that despite the classic YA/NA theme, equipped with super-hot cheerleader type mean girls, a lame but not love interest that's dating head mean girl and our Soph is soooo crushing on him. There was a school dance – there's always a damned school dance. And yes – there are powers, and our girl is more speshul than the rest. Yadda, yadda, yadda...

There was talk of make up, clothes and the importance of accessories. There was menial banter, there was glitter....so why the hell didn't I hate it? I still don't know. Perhaps because Hawkins brought to life a young woman whose age wasn't displayed as a sign of shallow stupidity as many authors manage to do. In every part of our lives there are things that are more important than the rest, but for the love of God just because they're teenagers, doesn't mean they're morons. Most of YA themed novels out there present female protagonists as severe idiots that aren't capable of a straight thought unless it's about clothes or the cute guy. This is why there are a lot of people out there simply hating the hell out of this genre. Women are simply not as stupid as some of these authors present them to be.

Hex Hall could have been so much better, though if there was at least a little bit more effort invested in content originality. Even if it didn't suck ass, it was cheesetastic. Cliche, after cliché, after cliché, and with that much cheese there wasn't enough wine to balance it out. Refreshing as Sophie Mercer was, the story was limited.

One other thing. Every time, well, not every, but most of the times in YA we seem to see this reoccurring theme where the young girls are presented in the sainted and virginal way their mothers want them to be, rather the way teenage girls are. I am not saying they are misrepresented, I am not saying that being a teenage girl you are unable to have morals, just that those teen years are a time of discovery and it's the element most commonly missing from these type of novels. As if the authors are not willing to rock the boat in any way, presenting us nothing but Hannah Montana, wishing damned Miley never existed.

When we all know …....
she a tease....

Khan: Empire of Silver

Khan: Empire of Silver - Conn Iggulden I remember starting this series and thinking to myself just how little information we usually get about the Eastern cultures trough our educational system. Just the basics really. Truth be told, not a lot of people would just sit and research some random piece of history either. It takes precious time, that we really don't have these days.

So once you find an author who can so creatively rouse your interest and get you invested into researching it's a brilliant thing.

This is the final installment of a very well researched history of one man that managed to call the wandering Mongolian tribes under one banner. King of the Sea of Grass. This series has been an eye opener for me, something new and something i really enjoyed. What makes me smile that even today there are nomadic Mongolian tribes that still cling to the elements of the past lives described in this book. Truly amazing.

Would i recommend this series? Of course i would. Honestly i haven't found a writer yet that would impress me as much as Conn Iggulden when it comes to historical fiction.

Storm Front

Storm Front - Jim Butcher Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden

A wizard and an all around a nice kind of guy.


I had no idea I would enjoy this book as much as I did. Butcher created an amazing character and his writing style is smooth and seamless. This book flows from one page to the next.

What really impressed me with Harry Dresden is just how much of an ordinary guy he really is, and just how much a badass he managed to be. There was no stupid posturing, cheesy one liners or testosterone driven Neanderthalism. He even made a back duster seem cool. And considering how far back this book was written just how many clichés involving a black duster there are, that is a feat and a half.

There are not many urban fantasy series out there that take their time in a way like Jim Butcher writes, there are even less involving male main characters. The plot stretches out like a warm summer's night and you still manage to stop and smell the roses on your way to the finish line. Not a single part of it seemed rushed and all the supporting characters had a lived in feel, like they've truly lived all their lives right where they were supposed to be, and we are just simply passing by at the moment being nosey. Although this is only my first book by Jim Butcher, I already know that this is a classic series, a 'don't miss'. And I don't intend to.

It's also quite refreshing to have a guy's perspective when it comes to flirting and romance. Dresden embodies a genuinely nice guy with the odds stacked against him when it comes to women. Although by his train of thought you can clearly see that he is a full blooded male, his actions speak of his insecurities and loneliness. Not many guys out there that write like this. It's like there is some bro code that requires male characters to be limited to a certain pre written book of conduct around women. The end result is always uninspired.

Bob the skull though.... He is the best supporting character I have met in the last couple years for sure. A wiseass, horndog spirit trapped in a skul whose soul purpose (soul purpose hihihi) was to accumulate information because Wizards and tech don't mix.

Demons at Deadnight

Demons at Deadnight - A&E Kirk This was.....cute.


Aftermath - Ann Aguirre It must have been love, but it's over now....

I wanted to punch Jax in the face during this novel, repeatedly. This series was so damn good when it started. Now i see it should have ended a long time ago. One thing I have to ask is this; why does Jax, a jumper, a rebel, a fighter, and over all such a badass constantly find problems when it comes to something so simple as her relationship with March? Seriously, just why even bother? It's not like the sex is any good.

And him? This woman repeatedly fucks him over and he just surrenders his bleeding heart because....she's so speshul. Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight.

This was a band of misfits, not a band any longer(dick move Aguirre BTW) that carried themselves trough some hard times with a general idea of a moral code. I mean, apart from March, people were really looking after their own interests. And that is why the series was brilliant. All of this random sacrifices out of the blue, or should i say black, are completely out of character and unbelievable.

The series should have ended a book ago. :/

House Immortal (House Immortal, #1)

House Immortal (House Immortal, #1) - Devon Monk 6 stars for awesomeness and originality!


Wow, and I mean wow. It has been an absolute blast. This book was sweet, tough, funny, original, brilliant and a-fucking-mazing! It's not the first book I've read from Devon Monk, and I must admit at the beginning I wasn't the biggest fan of Allie Beckstrom, but after reading thins I think I might backtrack and give it another go. Perhaps I see something with new eyes.

This is a fantastic UF with creative individuals like the MC Melita, a 'stitch'. An immortal, stitched together from pieces like Frankenstein's monster. There are twelve known in the world, all of them famous, all of them enslaved by the ruling houses and all of them unable to feel physical contact. Until now. Until her. Melita the thirteenth galvanized. Made differently from the others, she spent her life in hiding on a farm filled with most amazing creations her late father has created. Thinks like her. A Lizard-dragon, poisonous apple munching octopuses, zombie chickens, and three kitten sized house sheep that spin the finest wool.

I could wax poetic about this novel the entire day, but I absolutely will not give anything away. All I will say is that for a while there I have given up on originality. It has been a while since I have been immersed in an UF world that's not built on cliches and I can tell you it's so refreshing.

I would recommend this book to everyone with a need of a breath of fresh air. No damned love triangles, no insta lust, no black trench coats or katanas.

I know right... for a moment there I thought there was nothing else out there. Good to know I was wrong.


Killbox - Ann Aguirre As an author Ann Aguirre is as brilliant as she is unique. I can't say that up to so far have met a character like Sirantha Jax or a good series like this. It's very, very, very hard to find stuff that is similar and equally good.

The only thing i would touch up in the way Aguirre writes are the sex scenes. They are generally bland, and leave everything to be desired. Lucky for us there is plenty of other good stuff to focus on.

Storm Siren

Storm Siren - Mary Weber I have seen the cover, and fallen for it...


There is no rating for this book because i got only a handful of chapters in. I have sampled the merchandise and know enough that i won't be continuing.

This book starts with slavery, unconvincing slavery. This girl exchanged 14 owners, and has more sass than van full of drag queens. On top of it all she is some kind of elemental that is unpredictable and extremely dangerous. And nobody has killed her yet.

It would appear that slaves here have a different meaning than I am accustomed to. They are arsey, full of bad attitude and smugness. Don't get me wrong, i am not saying anything against a strong character, just one would think since somebody might have your life in their hands you would behave a smidgen differently. The start was so completely unbelievable, and as the story progressed it seemed to continue in the very same note.

one doesn't have time for such affairs


Grey - E.L. James First of all, thank you everybody who were poking at me with a stick because of this. :)50 Shades was not a bad novel in my opinion. What brought the entire thing down were the mainstreamers.

I am talking about that bunch of people that don't pick up a book to squat a fly let alone dedicate hours, days, months and years to reading a specific genre. That bunch of people that get surprised that TV shows and movies have a written counterpart that existed for a long time prior it got chewed up and spat out in a form of unrecognizable mush by the Hollywood Grinding Machine.

And you can always tell when a person is inexperienced by the questions they ask and the “issues”they have. I am not being mean, I am not being a snob, I am simply telling the truth. So now you have a novel like this, a lukewarm erotica at best, that has gotten a lot of attention from the general public and been exposed to people who don't have a clear scope of just how vast the genre of erotica really is, and just how many subcategories it has, and naturally - it causes a shitstorm. People buzzed around E.L. James as if she invented the genre.LIKE IT'S NEVER BEEN DONE BEFORE!

Those same mainstreamers called Christian Grey a horrible person, an abuser and said that if he wasn't a millionaire this would have been a crime novel, rather than erotica. That his was DARK CONTENT. And the best of all that E.L. James supports violence against women because of the book she wrote.

First of all LOL, last of all

If you think Christian is DARK CONTENT, don't ever read actual dark erotica...EVER! Cuz that will scar you.

If we take that nugget on E.L. James and use it to create a standard, then Stephen King is a sociopath that does nothing all day but find excuses for sadistic butchers. The creators of American Horror Story are a bunch of twisted, despicable individuals that promote violence for personal gain. We could continue all day, but I think you get the point.

The comment about money is nothing but an insult to all women saying that we will allow anything as long as the guy is loaded. Well fuck you too. That came from those same individuals who never experienced just how many flavours the erotic genre caters to. There are so many different titles that contain BDSM and are far more graphic than poor Fiddy Shades where the characters aren't rich. But how on earth would they know that, since as far as they got in this genre was supermarket bookshelves and the incredibly vast selection they offer....?

The very last thing is the nerve of it all. 50 Shades is a work of fiction....Fan fiction at that. Christian Grey aside there are people out there that enjoy BDSM to that extreme just knowing about it could cause people to faint. Guess what? They are allowed to. That doesn't make them abusers or horrible people. They are living their lives to their own preferences just like everyone else. They don't need random people getting in their face and telling them what is precisely wrong with their lifestyle. Especially if those people have never had any experience in it. Just like there are people out there that would feel strongly offended if a person would put a collar on them, there are people who would love it more than anything in the world. Live and let live. Hold your life to your own personal standards, defend them if attacked and live fully. But for the love of God, don't forget that just as you live your life and would offer no apologies for it, other people deserve the same consideration and respect. Everybody holds their opinion in the highest esteem, and that makes them strong individuals. Holding the same opinion as a standard everyone else needs to reach, makes them fucking idiots.

People say E.L. James is milking this for what it's worth. I agree. Something tells me that she's a one trick pony. Her not moving away from 50 Shades confirms it. Am I blaming her for trying to get all she can? Nope, I would do it too. This novel will either be brilliant or sink the entire series. I am not sure yet, there's only one way to find out....game on.

Spider's Bite

Spider's Bite - Jennifer Estep I have read this before....or I have tried to read this before.

A few years back I was all about the paranormal romance, and I was specific. So specific in fact that not many novels would to. I was full of it at the time and not easily satisfied. I would get a few chapters in, and if the book didn't take me, if it didn't have that something special i would discard it like yesterday's papers. Somewhere in my travels I have stumbled on Elemental Assassin and discarded it.

Now I can say I am more than happy I've tried again. Lately I keep picking up books with whiney, spineless, pathetic heroines who can't seem to get trough a single day in their life without having some kind of mental breakdown, or need help to simply breathe.

Gin was such a breath of fresh air, I loved it. The I-don't-give-a-fuck, take no nonsense kind of girl that went on with her day. Something didn't happen the way it was supposed to? Shit deal, but life moves on.

She did what needed to get done and a focused train of thought was so refreshing. She wasn't second guessing herself every second of every day. She knew who she was and what was she capable of. No vanity, no insecurity, no cattiness. I really, really, REALLY needed this.

A normal chick with a healthy sex drive and a good appetite for food. Not some supa skinny, stick insect that spent all her waking moments thinking did the guy wink at her or simply blink?


Half-Blood - Jennifer L. Armentrout UPDATED

I cannot begin to tell you just how much I detest authors who plagiarize. From the pages of Half Blood you can actually see the regret Armentrout had by not coming up with Vampire Academy herself.

Although I told myself never to read this POS, I finally gave in to one of my oldest friends. She said that the book is fast paced and catchy. It is. Because somebody has done it all before. Somebody has done it so much better too.

I have no respect for Armentrout, and the fact that she has taken another person's intellectual property and used it as a cash cow shows me that she doesn't respect herself or her career either. But by now I have seen so many examples where authors will sell their firstborn for a handful of cash and a bit of recognition. Enjoy the fame all the while knowing that it is NOT YOURS! People who let other people do all the work then take their earnings are pathetic freeloaders. In my mind from this point on, it's the only thing this author will be.

It's not right. Just like Mimi Jean Pampiloffs [b:King's (The King Trilogy #1)|22043009|King's (The King Trilogy, #1)|Mimi Jean Pamfiloff|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1399335103s/22043009.jpg|41366487] ripped off KMM's Fever, Armentrout stole from Richelle Mead. No author worth their salt would ever so obviously, brazenly and stupidly steal from another. Greed, all I saw was pathetic greed and envy.

I truly love Vampire Academy series, so once I first got in contact with Half Blood I was so pissed off I could hardly see straight. It's not even the fact that she plagiarized that annoyed me as much as the fact that she got away with it so smoothly. There have only been a couple of instances where Armentrout herself talked about the accusations. She called it the Twilight Phenomenon. Long story short she said people were imagining things, and any connection between the two is a complete fabrication, and of course couldn't be further from the truth. I came back to her novel and originally wanted to just sit down and go trough the entire thing and put down in writing everything Half Blood had in common with Richelle Mead's brilliant series. I only got as far as six chapters before it got the best of me. But here are just a few of those completely random, and wholly unconnected similarities between the two.

Hematoi – Arementrout has daimons in her novel instead of vampires. DAIMONS?? I mean WTF?
VA - Moroi and the Strigoi – vampire species

Aiden was ordered to take Alex back to school.
VA - Dmitri was ordered to take Rose back to school.

Alex doesn't want to go back so Aiden chases her and knocks her on her arse.
VA - Rose doesn't want to go so Dmitri knocks her on her arse.

The elemental magic is possessed by the Hematoi.
VA – The elemental magic is possessed by the Moroi.

The Hematoi are elitist and mostly marry other Hematoi, but they fool around a lot.
VA – The Moroi are elitist and mostly marry other Moroi, but they fool around a lot.

In the conversation with the Dean, Aiden offers to train Alex so she can stay in school.
VA - In the conversation with the Headmistress, Dmitri offers to train Rose so she can stay in school.

Aiden gives Alex shit for being written up so many times and hanging in the male dormitory.
VA – Dmitri gives Rose shit for being written up so many times and hanging in the male dormitory.

Aiden is older that Alex, works for the Covenant and completely off limits.
VA – Dmitri is older that Rose, works for the Academy and completely off limits.

Alex is a hardass that resolves most of her problems with her fists and gets in rouble the very first day she's back at the Covenant.
VA – Rose is a hardass that resolves most of her problems with her fists and gets in rouble the very first day she's back at the Academy.

Aiden has a reputation of being the best and the toughest Sentinel on campus.
VA- Dmitri has the reputation of being the best and the toughest fighter in the Academy.

Alex butts heads with the it chick in school called Lea.
VA – Rose butts heads with the it chick in school called Mia.

Alex has an old friend in school who was her go to guy for mischief called Caleb.
VA – Rose has an old friend in school who was her partner in crime called Mason.

Alex gets permanently grounded until she gets cleared by the Dean, no school functions, no hanging out with friends, but she goes anyway.
VA – Rose gets permanently grounded until she gets cleared by the Dean, no school functions, no hanging out with friends, but she goes anyway.

Alex goes for a dagger in training and Aiden tells her she didn't earn the right to touch it.
VA – Rose constantly tried to practice with the stake but Dmitri kept taking it away from her. He said that she didn't earn the right.

All of this in less than six chapters. I don't know about Twilight, but this is a phenomenon indeed. See, no matter how she tries to explain it, no matter how hard she tries to forget it, the fact will still remain that she based an entire series, five novels in total on someone else's work.
hel to tha no

Apparently she as an author is more than happy to let such things define her in life. There are many people out there like me, and I am glad. People who appreciate effort and originality and will simply not turn a blind eye to selfish individuals like her, or sit quietly because she managed to get published. She wrote a few books, so what? That fact alone doesn't guarantee that she is a nice person with high moral standards.

Stuff like this gets me extremely angry. Thieving assholes like this get me extremely angry. But at least i have one consolation. Label of a Copy Cat will stick with her for the rest of her career, no matter how hard she tries to avoid it.

Grave Mercy (His Fair Assassin, #1) by Robin LaFevers

Grave Mercy - Robin LaFevers

I shit you not, this was the vibe I got from reading Grave Mercy.THIS IS NOT OK!!!

I understand that traumatic events can lead to a specific character trait in the future, but the nuns in this specific novel seem to be sipping from the Deep and Dark Pool of Radical Feminism on a daily basis.

After a very realistic and sobering start of an marriage where Ismae gets beaten by her husband on her wedding day and escapes with her life to join the convent of Death things go downhill really fast.

It would appear that almost every guy in this novel is a would be demonic rapist. All the girlies at St. Stiffies had by the words of the headmistress some kind of desire to run away from sex, marriage and those horrible ding-dongs guys have between their legs. To be a Handmaiden to Death you apparently need to be extraordinarily beautiful and have your heart filled with rage against men. The sheer hypocrisy of this novel is STAGGERING.

In the words of Ismae herself ,“Death apparently sires only comely daughters.” This is to tell us that she's the shit. Just so she doesn't sound like a conceited dick, the author also gave us this line by Ismae, at least I am not the ugliest here at one point. The whole subtle but not backwards focus on how friggin beautiful Ismae is leaves quite a lot to be desired. It's a tactic often used, and it never fails to bring out the biggest eye rolls I've got in my repertoire.

Ismae had a shit start in her adult life, and I completely understand anger, fear and resentment the character might feel towards the institution of marriage. What pissed me off is the ease with witch Ismae wished death and suffering and actuallykilled men. Guys were eeeew, and they had sex drives and had gropey hands. THEY DESERVE TO DIE!

So lemme see if I got this straight?

A woman can't get assaulted without all-out condemnation of the male perpetrator, but if the same woman walks around simply killing men and nobody bats an eyelash because they are male pigs and they deserved it????


Is this shit I read here fur realz? Ismae, you are a hypocritical bitch. I don't like you.

Needless to say this book pissed me off something awful. The whole glorification of gender vendetta for no other reason than gender itself is old as modern rad-fem itself and equally stupid.

How many books have you read, and how many reviews have you seen where people were constantly appalled by the way the HERO treats the HEROINE? Yet somehow if the roles are reversed, and it's the female character that's an asshole, it's all about finding your true worth and your place in this world. And....

This whole novel is built on double standards. I FUCKING HATE DOUBLE STANDARDS!

Ismae the character, was appalling. I couldn't relate to her. I didn't want to. Her entire existence was a pathetic retreat to that place in your mind where you get instant gratification when things don't go your way. The phrase, 'I wish you were dead' really comes to life here - no pun intended. Aww, poor Ismae, she didn't have it easy. How ever are we going to help her? I know! Allow her to hold grudges against anyone who ever hurt her or upset her in any way. Then let's give her a clear path toSLAUGHTER with no repercussions whatsoever. Give her clear understanding of her own problems, but make her completely oblivious to anybody else's, justifying her stupidity of condemning an entire gender and then some, because of her own single experience. Because, you know, being a slimy, two-faced asshat is a great role model.


I am tired of weak minded females, constantly pushing their own problems on the entire world to solve. This was not empowerment, this was not helpful in any way. It only does solidify a current popular belief that most women think by having a vagina means you can do whatever you want, just blame it on the world, and all the while claim that your shit doesn't stink. It's shit like this, heroines like this, intolerant, pigheaded, ignorant, cruel and conceited that push us back fifty years.

I am the fuck outa ere....