By the way, the critical characters at the beginning of the novel are young teen girls about your age because they are the first to discover that they have this new power. The power comes as part of puberty but females who have the power can instill it in older women who grew up before the power came.
that sounds very interesting
Read my MHO to this question:Any good books to read? ↗
is that your fave book?
I wouldn't say it's my favorite book although, for a fiction book, yes, it's the most influential book in my life in years.This may help...It was a recent answer:What's your favorite book? ↗
Which book/tv show/movie has made a great impact in your life? ↗Which books have influenced you the most? ↗What’s your favorite science fiction book? ↗
are u a book worm?
I wouldn't say so although I have read more the past few months.I've gotten into matriarchal fiction ever since I read "The Power" 2.5 years ago.So, for instance, I've read these two books recently:"Dealing in Dreams" by Lilliam Rivera Like "The Power", I think you'd be interested in this a bit - the central character is a teen girl your age. She is a Latina leading an all-girl gang in a city-state that is matriarchal, so men aren't much better than sex objects and have no real power."The Fortress" by S. A. JonesThis book takes place in an alternative version of Earth and in the southern hemisphere, so you can think of it as a slightly different Australia. "The Fortress" is actually a many centuries old matriarchal society of women called The Vaik. In the Fortress, men have no power whatsoever. However, they have a relationship with the city nearby in which certain qualified men either volunteer or are sent to the Fortress for 1-year. In this novel, a man who cheated on his wife and was something of a douchebag at work is forced by his wife to go to The Fortress for a year as a supplicant otherwise she will leave him taking her soon-to-be born baby with her. He does so and gets a major attitude adjustment.Another book that I want to read and have is "Kingdom of Women". I don't know much about it, but that women create a new matriarchal nation from what had been North Dakota.
"Kingdom of Women" is by Roaslie Kearns Morales.
i guess u like books about women domination, right?
No.I am interested in the female perspective."The Power" opened my eyes to a female perspective that I never imagined before. That, in our world today, women fear us and avoid us at times to avoid confrontation or violence. It wasn't until I read this book and put myself in the place of a male in the new world that I began to get scared in a way. I thought "If I lived there, some teen girls could kill me or torture me just for fun and there's nothing I could do to protect myself. If I pissed-off a woman, she might act violently toward me." It's a form of slavery out of fear - my actions are constrained for fear of violence against me. As a male in our world, I never perceived that sort of fear really - certainly not from females. And because I never felt that fear, I didn't imagine it existing in women in the real world today... but it does exist... and I feel terrible about it because, ironically, as a male, I am instinctively driven to protect females. Yet, I know there are asshole males who abuse their power - that's why we have #MeToo now.So, I have become interested in the female perspective. I can sense anger such as in militant feminists, but these books that I have all discussed are all written by women - and an author actually expresses her opinions through her literature. So, reading books such as these helps give me insight into the female mind.Notice my answer as to how "The Power" influenced me. Now you should be able to understand why I mentioned this book as my answer to your original question.
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i will kill the beasts if he does that
Little girl, why can't we put the guinea's pig in the blender? I heard that the micro pig never dies! 😈
dude thats so mean
I must talk with your uncle 😌
so not many people Physically abuse others?
Not many physically powerful people, no.