Sunday, March 31, 2019

Reader's Diary (Week 13)

men were created before Women. But that doesn't prove their superiority - rather, it proves Ours, for they were born out of the lifeless earth in order that We could be born out of living flesh... lowly seeds are nourished in the earth, and then later the ravishing blooms appear, lovely roses blossom forth and scanted narcissi.
(Fonte, before 1592)

Personal note: compare it to the d'Arbrant's thought, written four hundred years later... simply said, men are humble and low and dirty and Women are superior and strong and bright. men have to serve and obey Women and no time can change it.

Kneel and pray:

i believe that Women are superior to men.

i believe that men exist to serve Women.


i believe that patriarchal societies have ruined the world.


i believe that Matriarchy is the only path to redemption.


i believe the ground a Woman walks on must be worshipped.


i believe that a Woman is everything.


i believe that without a Woman to own me, i am nothing.
i believe that the act of owning a slave is the most charitable and selfless thing a Woman can do.

Please, almighty Goddesses, give me humility and strength and skills and let my Mistress guide me in serving Her and fulfilling all Her wishes and whims and orders, this day and all the days to come.

Monday, February 25, 2019

Capellanus on slavery

The 31 rules of Slavery which the Queen of Love is said to have proclaimed with Her own mouth and to have given in writing to all Women and theirs male creatures:

1. he has no excuse for not serving.
2. he who is not serving cannot live.
3. No slave can serve well without loving.
4. It is well-known that love is always increasing or decreasing.
5. That which a slave takes against the will of his Mistress has no relish.
6. slaves do not serve well until they arrive at the age of maturity.
7. When one slave dies, a new one replaces him immediately.
8. No Woman should be deprived of slave without the very best of reasons.
9. No slave can fully surrender to his Mistress unless he is impelled by the persuasions of love.
10. Love is always a stranger in the home of avarice.
11. It is not proper to love any Women without fully serving Her first.
12. A true slave does not desire to serve anyone except his Mistress.
13. When made public, slavery rarely endures.
14. The easy tasks make slavery of little value; the difficulty, humiliation and pain makes it prized.
15. Every slave regularly turns pale in the presence of his Mistress.
16. When a slave suddenly catches sight of his Mistress, his heart palpitates.
17. One smile of his Mistress puts to flight all his troubles.
18. Womanhood alone makes any Mistress worthy of being served.
19. If love diminishes, slavery quickly fails and rarely survives.
20. A slave in love is always apprehensive.
21. Real love always increases the need to proof himself to his Mistress.
22. Love is increased when one's effort is noticed by his Mistress.
23. he whom the thought of love vexes eats and sleeps very little.
24. Every act of a slave ends in the thought of the Mistress.
25. A true slave considers nothing good except what he thinks will please his Mistress.
26. A slave can deny nothing to his Mistress.
27. A slave can never have enough demands from his Mistress.
28. A slight presumption causes a slave to increase his efforts.
29. A slave who is allowed of too much passion usually does not serve properly.
30. A true slave is constantly and without intermission possessed by the thought of his Mistress.
31. Nothing forbids one Mistress to own more slaves.

Saturday, February 16, 2019

Oscar Goddesses in Furs, 1963-1969

Patricia Neal, Best Actress 1963
Julie Andrews, Best Actress 1964
Julie Christie, Best Actress 1965
Elizabeth Taylor, Best Actress 1966
Katharine Hepburn, Best Actress 1967 & 1968
Barbara Streisand, Best Actress 1968
Maggie Smith, Best Actress 1969

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Oscar Goddesses in Furs, 1956-1962

Ingrid Bergman, Best Actress 1956
Joanne Woodward, Best Actress 1957
Susan Hayward, Best Actress 1958
Simone Signoret, Best Actress 1959
Elizabeth Taylor, Best Actress 1960
Sophia Loren, Best Actress 1961
Anne Bancroft, Best Actress 1962

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Oscar Goddesses in Furs, 1949-1955

Olivia de Havilland, Best Actress 1949
Judy Holliday, Best Actress 1950
Vivien Leigh, Best Actress 1951
Shirley Booth, Best Actress 1952
Audrey Hepburn, Best Actress 1953
Grace Kelly, Best Actress 1954
Anna Magnani, Best Actress 1955

Sunday, February 10, 2019

Oscar Goddesses in Furs, 1942-1948

Greer Garson, Best Actress 1942
Jennifer Jones, Best Actress 1943
Ingrid Bergman, Best Actress 1944
Joan Crawford, Best Actress 1945
Olivia de Havilland, Best Actress 1946
Loretta Young, Best Actress 1947
Jane Wyman, Best Actress 1948

Friday, February 8, 2019

Oscar Goddesses in Furs, 1935-1941

Bette Davis, Best Actress 1935
Luise Rainer, Best Actress 1936
Luise Rainer, Best Actress 1937
Bette Davis, Best Actress 1938
Vivien Leigh, Best Actress 1939
Ginger Rogers, Best Actress 1940
Joan Fontaine, Best Actress 1941