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Murder offers the promise of vast relief. It is never unsexual.
Everyone in prison has an ideal of violence, murder. Beneath all relationships between prisoners is the ever-present fact of murder. It ultimately defines our relationship among ourselves.
Nicholas this is one of those 'yes' or 'no' questions again. You seem to have a problem with those. Did you or did you not kill a woman - Jo
Defining men as the perpetrators of all violence is a viciously immoral judgment of an entire gender. And defining women as inherently nonviolent condemns us to the equally restrictive role of sweet, meek, and weak.
Women do most delight in revenge.
Deep down, I'm afraid you're correct," Sister Eileen said finally. "But I can hardly bear the thought of someone we know being a murderer." "Eileen," Mary Helen said bluntly, "every murderer is someone somebody knows." The
The outcry against killing women, if you accept killing at all, is sheer sentimentality. Why is it worse to kill a woman than a man?
Most women will shrug off what a man would kill you for, and kill you for what a man would shrug off.
The world has a lot to thank murderers for, when you come to think of it.
There are as many violent women as men, but there's a lot of money in hating men, particularly in the United States
millions of dollars. It isn't a politically good idea to threaten the huge budgets for women's refuges by saying that some of the women who go into them aren't total victims.
They hate women," Moore said. "Serial killers are the zenith of misogyny." "No, Mr. Moore, that would be the invention of the corset,
Women are necessarily capable of almost anything in their struggle for survival and can scarcely be convicted of such man-made crimes as cruelty.
Nothing is more audacious than these women when detected; they assume anger, and take courage from the very crime itself.
Finally, my mother's training will be put to good use. Never mind finding an eligible bachelor, I mean to find a murderer.
I've always said women are vicious creatures - Detective Zach Grimes
As soon as men know that they can kill without fear of punishment or blame, they kill; or at least they encourage killers with approving smiles.
To avoid being sexist and racist, we should assume that half the perpetrators of violent crimes are white, liberal women.
Quiet down," said Falin. "Didn't you say something about an ambush and a murderer?"
"Crap, yes," said Marcus, and pulled Kira down behind the escalator. "Also: murderess. Don't be sexist, women can murder people too.
In Nvengaria we would not dream of doing this. We do not punish a woman for what a man has done, and if he dishonors her and she shoots him, it is regarded as justifiable and she is praised for her bravery.
Most well-known serial killers have victims numbering in the dozens, have sent taunting letters to the police or have done bizarre things to the bodies.
What possesses them, these young girls with a talent for self-immolation?
Guilt is one side of a nasty triangle; the other two are shame and stigma. This grim coalition combines to inculpate women themselves of the crimes committed against them.
Women are secretaries of state and prime ministers - but people still don't expect women to be involved in violence.
Men may be violent, Officer Dodge, but let's face it-women are cruel ...
Murderers don't even know that murder happens.
Dangerous creatures, women.
I read a lot about serial killers.
Violence against women is the last refuge of disgusting immoral men.
A new truth; that a woman can be just as cruel and dehumanized as a man, and that all safety is an illusion.
Everyone is a potential murderer-in everyone there arises from time to time the wish to kill-though not the will to kill.
I hate women like that. They're so desperate for the attention of men that they'd willingly betray and harm members of their own sex.
I'm a murderer, not a rapist.
Certain women because of their female power and seductiveness could bring destruction to a family.
I didn't want to kill girls ... even vampire girls. Though I might make an exception for that blonde.
There is no fouler fiend than a woman when her mind is bent to evil.
I object to murder. It's just a silly girlish prejudice.
The crimes men commit against women aren't done to women as random individuals; they're done because women belong to a subordinate class and they're done to keep women a subordinate class. The
Do you have to do murder?
Do we have to do murder? Sure we have to do murder. There are only two subjects
a woman's chastity, and murder. Nobody's interested in chastity any more. Murder's all we got to write stories about.
Then again, all women are dangerous.
Serial killers kill for the power and control they experience during the murders and for the added ego boost they get in the aftermath from community fears, media coverage, and the police investigations.
There is no murder. We make murder, and it matters only to us.
Women are the bloodthirsty sex," said Ric sadly. "We get the reputation, but it is only because the women stand behind us, and say, 'Kill it. Squish it.
As long as sexist thinking socializes boys to be "killers," whether in imaginary good guy, bad guy fights or as soldiers in imperialism to maintain coercive power over nations, patriarchal violence against women and children will continue.
It's post-traumatic stress disorder. When these women go ballistic and shoot their husbands or slice off their dicks, they aren't thinking about the consequences . . . just about stopping the aggression.
There are certain tenets set in place for all different types on genres. For thrillers, women usually die first.
Violence against women is an appalling human rights violation. But it is not inevitable. We can put a stop to this.
What other creatures are bred so exquisitely and purposefully for mistreatment as women are?
Could you even kill a dead girl?
Serial killers are everywhere! Well, perhaps not in our neighborhood, but on our television screens, at the movie theatres, and in rows and rows of books at our local Borders or Barnes and Noble Booksellers.
As anyone who regularly reads newspapers or true-crime books knows, a significant percentage of violent crime, from kidnappings to shooting sprees, is the result of the frustrated sexual impulses and desires of males. By socializing guys like Sasha, Mystery and I were making the world a safer place.
Sex murders were usually the work of psychopaths and with that psychology was an innate ability to lie, to act, to feign surprise and horror when it was needed. Psychopaths were great liars.
Much violence against women originates in emotional territory that they already command. By midlife and early old age, as the hormones of both genders change, women are in total, despotic control of their marriages.
I consider that women who are authors, lawyers, and politicians are monsters.
Girls kind of get crazy when they have guns. These girls had never done it, and all they wanted to do was inflict as much pain as they could. We had one rule: Don't shoot us between the legs. But their aim didn't necessarily follow that rule.
We are all potential murderers, and we are all potential rapists and abusers.
Girls often feel very powerless in their lives and their families, and they kind of mimic the male violence as a way to try and get some of that male power that they see lacking in their own lives.
Murder has foreseeable consequences. When it happens, it is always to distinct individuals, and after it happens, other victims are left behind.
The death penalty makes us all murderers.
In the earlier centuries the upper and lower social classes engaged in homicide at comparable rates. But as the homicide rate fell, it dropped far more precipitously among the upper classes than among the lower ones, an important social change
What kind of woman gets slaughtered by her own son?
Since women do most delight in revenge, it may seem but feminine manhood to be vindictive.
Feminism has tried to dismiss the femme fatale as a misogynist libel, a hoary cliche. But the femme fatale expresses woman's ancient and eternal control of the sexual realm. The specter of the femme fatale stalks all of men's relationships with women.
Another big mistake you women make, never underestimate the cunning of a killer
When the men kill, it is up to us women to fight for the preservation of life.
Women react differently: a French woman who sees herself betrayed by her husband will kill his mistress; an Italian will kill her husband; a Spaniard will kill both; and a German will kill herself.
Most male victims of violence are the victims of other men's violence. So that's something that both women and men have in common. We are both victims of men's violence.
Murderers very often start out by killing and torturing animals as kids.
When they went in for the kill, it was usually with words. Because mean girls don't kill. They dehumanize.
Is no one incapable of murder?
We have an abundance of rape and violence against women in this country and on this Earth, though it's almost never treated as a civil rights or human rights issue, or a crisis, or even a pattern. Violence doesn't have a race, a class, a religion, or a nationality, but it does have a gender.
Certainly, there is a tendency to lump women who write similar types of books together, and it's not just in crime, is it? Women's fiction is supposedly a whole genre of itself. There's no male equivalent.
I'm very disturbed by violence against women when it is violence.
Violence against women is still treated as a lesser crime. Armed groups turn it into a weapon of choice because of near total impunity.
Since violence is largely a male pastime, cultures that empower women tend to move away from the glorification of violence and are less likely to breed dangerous subcultures of rootless young men.
How could she, a girl who could love someone so unconditionally, be just as capable of killing in cold blood?
The husbands of very beautiful women belong to the criminal classes,
Men, permitted to put words (and other things) in women's mouths, create scenes in which women desperately want to be bound, battered, tortured, humiliated, and killed.
In revenge and in love woman is more barbaric than man is.
Serial killing is not about sex at all, but about power and control and revenge on society.
I don't hate women, but I think they should be kept in cages.
They say all the world loves a lover - apply that saying to murder and you have an even more infallible truth.
We need to take violence against women seriously. It is the biggest indicator of whether a country is violent inside itself, and whether it will be militarily violent against another country.
These people have served a longer sentence than some people who have committed murder.
All we think about in the cycle of violence is men.
If we miss the oestrogen factor we cannot solve the cycle of violence. We cannot bring peace to the world unless we hold women accountable and morally responsible, particularly for their attacks upon children.
There were stories in the newspapers, of course, corpses in ditches or the woods, bludgeoned to death or mutilated, interfered with, as they used to say, but they were about other women, and the men who did such things were other men. None of them were the men we knew.
If I were a serial killer, I would not be the kind that stabs and then eats the victim. I would be the kind that hides in a tree and shoots at the aerobics class.
No one rejoices more in revenge than women, wrote Juvenal. Women do most delight in revenge, wrote Sir Thomas Browne. Sweet is revenge, especially to women, wrote Lord Byron. And I say, I wonder why, boys. I wonder why.
Murder is not a suitable topic of conversation for a young lady.
There is a condition into which many young women fall. They attach themselves to violent men. They forgive any mistreatment. They think it love; it isn't. What they really want is to be punished for their sins, real and imagined - or for someone else's
Real life is nothing like television, there are no Special Victims Units like you see on TV protectively guiding women through the process. The police will act like just because they didn't kill you, they didn't somehow end your life.
Men are distinguished from women by their commitment to do violence rather than to be victimized by it.
. . .three percent of all males are deemed to be antisocial and without conscience, while only one percent of females seem to lack compassion for others. But the icy manipulations of that one percent are utterly fascinating. No one can be crueler than a woman without a conscience.
Women are so caring, kindhearted and soft creatures; I wonder how one could harm or hurt them for any reason.
Women are not inherently passive or peaceful.
But girls . . . girls, mishandled, are a menace.
Murder is not the crime of criminals, but that of law-abiding citizens.
Women? In order to realize how far these charming creatures we idealize can carry their cruelty, we must see them among themselves!
Women are like the Olympic athletes of grudges.
Every woman who thinks she is the only victim of violence has to know that there are many more.
F we killed women for their tongues all men would be murderers.