J.P. Du Toit
Destroy Women - Poem by J.P. Du Toit
Sick stick thin figures of insecurity,
ravaging girls and considered beauty.
Hips jutting or swelling in unbalanced matrimony,
hate for a countenance seen indirectly.
This is the way to destroy a woman's body,
loath overwhelmingly and so destroy systematically.
Destroy the body physically as it is made unhealthy.
The lesser sex suffers chronically of inferiority,
evidenced by characteristic vaginas and breasts.
Smaller brains and thus they are weaker mentally,
condescendingly chauvinistic in constant harmless jests.
This is the way to destroy a woman's mind,
assure the eyes of the world she is blind.
Destroy the intellectual capacity and encourage a bitter personality.
Weakness is savagely synonymous with maternity,
as mothering relegates them to a lesser humanity.
Assigning guilt and blame to helpless physicality,
to pretend and project a fair design as inequality.
This is the way to destroy a woman's femininity,
deny a base difference in the illusion's reality.
Destroy the sex as it is weak in it's femininity.
The true fact is woman are woman unquestionably,
better than half, in truth, in all honesty.
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