family gender balance of power

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« This is a recording I made moments after I realized I had been excluded from a family reunion in Summer 2012. The reunion was a successful secret until Easter the following Spring. I had waited my time in the barrel, and I had kissed no one’s ass to hasten my sentence, and in time a family member called foul. There is a sense of order and justice functioning in my family, and I trust some family member’s feel my treatment was self inflicted, and I do not deny this, but . . but . . but letting it go so long till a cousin called foul says my victim status outweighs any fault of my own ¿Probably? Martha90 is the first large gathering since this event, and I don’t know what to expect. There is the potential family members might feel it’s time for me to atone for my faults, but I sense the time to air grievances against me has past. The other possibility is family members who feel bad they did not do what my cousin did. The people feeling a sense of fault for not doing what my cousin did are far more likely to be men. If any man tries to express this to me I’ll be taken with empathy. If the cousin who called foul had died, and other parties lived long enough the family member feeling bad might have been the one to call foul. In totality the cousin who called foul spoke for additional family members. David’s death and my penchant for considering sister ass kissing a dumb sport made my time in the barrel lengthy, and Martha90 is an event I attend with expectations. The fact a woman had to be the one who called foul is not lost on me. The gender balance of power has been female dominated since the death of my father. I will do everything in my power to rebalance the gender scale. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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