Women are evil. Okay, not all women, but most of them. Okay maybe just some of them. It could just be that their ways are evil and not the woman. I mean, but wouldn’t the character of a woman constitute who she is as a person?
I’ve experienced many wicked women in my life, but these women taught me so much. They taught me how not to treat people. They taught me that wicked women are typically weak, not physically, but mentally and that as long as they have backup to fuel their wretched deeds they will appear to be strong. You know kind of like the Wizard of Oz scene where the grand wizard is caught and his next message is “Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain”. You see wickedness hides in shadowy places that conceal the darkness. This darkness reflects light by way of the shadows, therefore, presenting a false perception of what is. This is the way these women move. Reality is out of the question and thrown in the trash along with logic. These women do not seek truth and only crave the satisfying taste of the truth of their circumstantial evidentiary based lies. It is not their motive to uplift and gives light, oh no, it is their duty to tear down through riding the fence and talking out of the side of their necks. We all know a double-minded WOman is unstable in her ways. Wicked women don’t care whom they hurt or how they hurt them even though they can give off the appearance of a nonchalant yet caring demeanor. How can you be nonchalant and care at the same time? Let me explain, wicked women are nonchalant in terms of how they deal with grievances against them in order to minimize their role in the debauchery, but muster up a smidgen of remorse to mask the revelry.
It amazes me how women will fight tooth and nail with another woman over a man that is two-timing both of them or even side with the man over banding with her sister. I’m sorry, but there has never been a man I was so mesmerized by or had such a strong connection with that I would look past his patterns and lies just to remain loyal to his lack of loyalty. I call these women the “Standbys” because that man knows you will always be on standby. She will always stand by her leader even if the plane is going down in flames. If she used her powers for good, she would actually make a legit friend.
Next, there are women that straddle the fence. They say one thing to you and another to others. I call these women, you guessed it…”Side Saddles” because they don’t know whose side they want to be on. They only care about being on the side that keeps them out of the fire at the time shit hits the fan.
Then you have the “Simons”. Simons repeat everything the leader of the wicked warriors says. You know like in “Simon Says”. They have no real opinion of their own, so their only defense is to have a good offense by being a follower; ah “If I only had a brain”.
Last is the most infamous, “The Wrangler”. Now the wrangler is a multitasker, which makes her the head of this treacherous operation. She gathers the dirt or perceived dirt, plots the course, and takes no prisoners. This wicked one finesses like none other. She chooses her troops carefully but needs none of them to pursue her manipulative and devious mission. She is the only one that needs no back-up but always has it. However, she too has a flaw, her stories always have loopholes that never seem to get filled, yet her patchwork is convincing.
Now I have encountered these women and in my younger years, I had been a “Side Saddle” trying to fit in with everyone. Everyone wanted to be apart of the “you can’t sit with us” crew. Even me. However, I quickly learned that to sit alone could be a blessing and it stood for something. It stood for independent thinking, being set apart, strength, and mental toughness. Due to my extensive life experience with these cliques, I have a bit of advice.
My simple advice is BEWARE! Beware of whose company you keep and who you allow yourself to become because evil company corrupts good manners.
It amazes me how women get a kick out of shaming another woman or creating a “shit show” out of foolishness. Think about it, to try and maximize on someone’s pain is low. To alienate a woman for her truth is despicable, but to become a wicked woman is deplorable. The crazy part is some women have been this way for so long, they can’t even see how detrimental this behavior and lack of character is or how negatively it effects everyone they encounter.
Honestly, I’m sick of it and it’s time for women to take a stand. We are our sister’s keeper. No man or woman was created to be an island. Humans were created to be an elite interdependent species, yet we act like savages with one another as if we need no one and rule the world. Who are we to ostracize and antagonize? Are our lives so perfect and our decision making so flawless that we can create a hell to put someone in. I think not!
Being kind goes a longer way than evil intentions. With every day that passes, we encounter different obstacles whether big or small. Who’s to say that every woman we slandered with our vicious words of ridicule, we won’t need one day?
It’s everywhere from school to social media to the workplace. Competition is valued over collaboration. So many are more interested in being “Bad and Bougie” instead of Classy and Successful.
We need to be leaders who know what and when we should follow and when to go the opposite direction. It’s time for us to give life instead insults. Give kindness instead of curses. Give encouragement and not discouragement. Just give exactly what you would want to receive. Be the change you want to see. Stand up for someone in need. If more good women banded together to fight against this “women hate each other” stigma that we have fallen prey too; we would see more greatness instead of hatred.
We hate others because we hate ourselves. Check yourself today and ask am I a wicked woman? Am I a follower of the unjust and do I perpetuate injustice? If you answered yes, then take the time to go on the journey to explore why and change it.
As women, we need each other. We have enough battles to fight, so let’s stop fighting one another.
“I raise up my voice—not so I can shout, but so that those without a voice can be heard…we cannot succeed when half of us are held back.” – Malala Yousafzai