I once read an article that said:
"If women didn't have vaginas, men wouldn't bother talking to them."
And I get that. Boy, do I get that!
The female clan is a hateful mob. And I should know. I've been on the receiving end of their hatred all of my life.
Women are threatened by attractive women.
Women are threatened by sexual women.
Women are threatened by younger women.
Women are threatened by women who get male attention.
My mother was an attractive woman.
And the things other women did to her at work were so cruel.
Mum lost jobs, credibility and self esteem due to the actions of jealous women who made her life hell because of her beauty.
They made up stories about her virtues and morals. They shamed her for the sexy and feminine way she dressed.
These memories affected my Mum for much of her life. Enough for her to talk about them with me after she'd had a few drinks.
When I was 14. Mum and I were at a shopping centre. We stopped at a food court to get some cheap Asian scoffs.
I was dressed in cut-off denim shorts and a body suit. And this group of men in their 50's were leering at me, unashamedly from their table.
I said to my Mum innocently:
"Why are they looking at me when they have wedding rings on Mum?"
And Mum, in her frankness said:
"You make their dicks hard. But it's not the men you should worry about. It's female jealousy that will be your curse!"
I've never forgotten that day at the food court and Mum's words of wisdom. I didn't really understand the weight of her statement.
But Mum was right. She had learnt through her own nasty experiences with women. Her motherly prediction would become my reality.
My gender has been fucking horrible to me since I was a young teen and there is no love lost.
It's the men of this world that I am indebted to. They've always been the ones who have helped me when life has gone to shit. They've ALWAYS had my back.
Women are usually nowhere to be seen when I find myself in a crisis!
But no surprises there. In my experience, women are generally out for themselves.
My name is Vanessa de Largie.