Nathaniel Hawthorne`s novel, The Scarlet Letter (1850), preceded the American Civil war (1861-5) by a brief span of time, whereas Margaret Mitchell`s character, Scarlett, in Gone With The Wind (1936), was written about that ante-bellum period, and before the outset of the Second World War (1939-45) against the fascist powers of Italy, Germany, and Japan. The theme of adultery, which is Hawthorne`s in The Scarlet Letter set in Boston, Massachusetts, because the scarlet letter is `A` for adultery worn by his character, Hester Prynne, as a punishment imposed upon her by her society, remains the central theme throughout the period spanning the American Civil war and the Second World War. Scarlett O` Hara`s girlhood is spent in the Southern States of the Union in Clayton County near the city of Atlanta, Georgia, at her family`s cotton plantation, Tara, before the Confederacy of the States of the South of the United States of America seceded from the Union because of lack of will to abandon slavery of black West Africans brought mainly from Liverpool, England, by ship to work in the cotton plantations of the `slave states` of North Carolina, South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia, Arkansas, and Tennessee. The ante-bellum period was characterized by billowing skirts attached to a framework of hoops worn by women that gave the appearance of bells, which is why the term Southern Belle seems so appropriate even though it`s a French word meaning `beauty` just as the French beau was used to describe a male suitor seeking marriage with a belle. Although early 21st century media were still concerned to get `upskirt` camera shots of women getting in and out of cars, etc.,1 the interest in what was beneath a woman`s skirts wasn`t of negligible importance in the ante-bellum period of American history, which was often thought of as an age of innocence that was Edenic.
Eden was the paradise of heaven on Earth that was where God, the creator, placed Eve, the first woman, and Adam, the first man, while the angel, Satan, who rejected God`s plan that the human host should be greater than the angelic, was turned into a serpent and also placed in Eden where he tempted Eve with `the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil`, that is, death, saying: `You shall be as gods.` (Gen: 3. 5) Because death was ephemerality, the power of gods was slavery over those who hadn`t a permanent mind to store knowledge of how to live and so escape from being instructed. God told Eve her `seed` would have `enmity` with the serpent`s: `You shall crush the head of the serpent with your foot, but he will bruise your heel.` (Gen: 3. 15) In Christian iconography, Jesus` mother, the Virgin Mary, is depicted crushing the head of the serpent, Satan, because Jesus, who was born uncontaminated by male semen, represented futanarian `woman`s seed`, who`re women that can sexually reproduce women as a species independent of men from women`s own semen: `Love your neighbor as you love yourself.` (Mk: 12. 31) Consequently, the belles of the Southern States had a lot to keep beneath their skirts irrespective of what writers and movies about the ante-bellum period had to depict for the edification of future generations. The film Gone With The Wind (1939), for example, starring actress, Vivienne Leigh as Scarlett, and actor Clark Gable as Rhett Butler, doesn`t deign to even allude to women`s self-fertilization as being a central theme, while the subject of adultery, that is, Scarlett and Rhett, is.
Because women can sexually reproduce as a species, men are their adulterate, that is, men are adultery, whereas women are adulterated if they accept their `seed`, which means that Hester Prynne isn`t an adulterous woman, because she can`t be, and Scarlett O` Hara`s relations with Rhett (red) are colored by the Scarlet Letter `A`, but the adulteration is all on the side of Butler who, as a `gun runner` during the time of a naval blockade against the movement of arms and munitions, represents parasitism upon the human host womb of `woman`s seed` seeking peace in a period of war against her race. In parasitology, the parasite that emerges from the host to kill it is termed `parasitoid`, that is, Butler represents the consequences of men`s adulterating women`s race to the planets amongst the stars of heaven above the Earth. When Jesus was taken to the hill of Calvary outside the city of Jerusalem and nailed to a cross of wood as a `dissident` Jewish rabbi preaching sedition against the male brained Empire of Rome, he was nailed to a cross of wood and left there to die. Afterwards, he experienced Resurrection and Ascension to heaven in prefiguration of that of `woman`s seed` through the sexual reproduction of her own brains` powers to develop the starship technology to carry her species there as colonists. Adultery is a part of Jesus` argument with the Jewish religious police, the Pharisees, who gave Jesus over to the Romans after he responded to their bringing a woman to him allegedly taken in adultery: `Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.` (John: 8. 7) None moved against her, and Jesus told her: `Go and sin no more.` As a representative of a species separate from men, the woman couldn`t be an adulteress, which is why Hester Prynne wasn`t a `scarlet woman` either, and Scarlett O` Hara was simply another rape victim given a poor education by misogynist slavers of women`s host wombs for war against her race.
Although WWII doesn`t seem obviously connected to the American Civil war, the issue was slavery. German Imperial global ambitions had been defeated with the help of the USA in the First World War (1914-18) but labeled `spies` by the German National Socialist (Nazi) Party, the Jewish `chosen people` of the Bible were targeted by the Nazis after winning the election of 1933. Chancellor Adolf Hitler adopted the fasces as the emblem of the Nazi Party from Italy`s Benito Mussolini who`d declared himself Roman dictator after the election of 1922. The fasces were a traditional symbol of Roman power used by planners. A bundle of wood with an axe in the center symbolized the building of encampments during the expansion of Rome`s Empire, although Hitler and the fascists in Italy and Japan used the symbol for the construction of prisoner of war (P.O.W) `labor camps`, and `death camps` in which Jews and other minorities were incarcerated as `spies` in what were called `concentration camps`, before they were killed and stacked like logs of wood to be incinerated. In Judaism it`s a futanarian tradition that a Jew can only be born from a woman because women are Jews. Consequently, the extinguishing of the Jewish people in Europe and the fascist pogroms in the rest of the world, during and after WWII, were a continuing move towards human slavery through brainlessness.
The concept of black women with `too much cream in their coffee`, because of miscegenative marital unions with white men, is a matter for students of Afro-American folklore in the United States of America, although the selling of one`s own black skin in the hope of someday being accepted as white is an exchange akin to that of Eve`s in Eden, who accepted ephemerality for the power to slave. In Africa slavery was endemic before white Europeans began to be slavers. Consequently, interpretation of racial purity, as applied to white in contradistinction to black, is reversed. For black slavers, whites are former blacks, who`ve become white in the course of their being slaved to work their skins. Because futanarian `woman`s seed` is adulterated by men, white skinned humanity is less pure than black. In ancient Greece, which is often held to be the model of democracy, homosexuality in pederasty for war, through the institutionalized host womb enslavement of women, was the reality which, by the late 20th century, was spreading the HIV/AIDS virus as a `biological weapon` resulting from men`s mixing of blood, shit and semen in each others` anuses in rejection of women, who were nevertheless kept in fearful faithfulness to the `biological warfare` waged against them by their ring slavers in monogamy due to men`s repression of women`s futanarian race.
When the Roman Empire continued the manufacture of men and women as a single male brained creature wearing each others` clothes in `TV` transvestism, for its alien parasitoid nature to watch kill itself in huge amphitheaters constructed for that purpose, it preceded the invention of the black and white television set by John Logie Baird in 1926, which provided the same fare as `home entertainment`. Because black people represent purity, black and white monochrome `TV` represented the success of the slaver and the parasitoid, that is, the dilution of the human race until it`d become a watchable `TV`. By the early 21st century the `flat black TV` was a symbol of slavery for the human futanarian species. As the producer of war entertainments from its enslaved host wombs, the futanarian race of `woman`s seed` was televised by the slavers for the parasitoid to enjoy devouring vicariously in glorious color: `Let he that has wisdom understand. The number of a man is the number of the beast and his number is six hundred three score and six.` (Rev: 13. 8) Men and women are the `beast`, because they`re 66.6% of the declared population without the 33.3% postulated by the existence of futanarian `woman`s seed`, which is slaved for war against herself, and is the reason why men and women are `666`: `The second beast was given power to give breath to the image of the first beast, so that the image could speak and cause all who refused to worship the image to be killed.` (Rev: 13. 15) Given power by the slaver so that the parasitoid can watch its `TV`, that is. Logically, the slaver is black, because white skinned peoples represent dilutions through adulteration, whereas black futanarian women aren`t adulterated, and so the logic suggests that undiluted black men are the manufacturers of the `TV` for the parasitoids in Satanism to enjoy devourment as a spectacle, while there is enough evidence for the existence of black futanarian `woman`s seed` to indicate that pure futanarian human women`s brainpower is extant amongst the indigenous inhabitants of the Earth to afford hope in a developed future beyond slavery to an evil alien parasitoid nature.
A `TV` situation comedy aired in the USA was What I Like About You (2002-06) starring actresses, Amanda Bynes and Jennie Garth, as a daughter, Holly Tyler, and her mom, Valerie Tyler, living in an apartment in New York city. Jennie had starred as Kelly Taylor in the teen romance soap opera, Beverley Hills, 90210 (1990-2000), which is the Hollywood district area code for the west coast of the state of California, where the homes of the stars of the `big` and `small` screens of cinema and television provide the attractive lure for the viewing audience at home. Amanda was a newly aired comedienne, who`d already had her own comedy vehicle, The Amanda Show (1999-2002), before What I Like About You began on September 20, 2002, with perky statements like this from her teenage character, Holly, to actor Penn Badgley in the role of Jake: `I kinda get the feeling that you like me and don't get me wrong, I like you too. It's just uh ... if you like `like me, like me` then I have to tell you that I don't like you, like you like me.`2 Because the idea of sex between the two actresses is taboo due to the fictional relationship of daughter and mom, the show represents a systematic denial of futanarian humanity on the part of the mass media and entertainment mediums. Or, in other words, the incest taboo is used by men to prevent women from even thinking about the possibility of sexual reproduction between women, which promotes a schizophrenic society in denial of basic human rights that produces psychoses and psychopathic behavior patterns and activities deriving from an acceptance of inhuman parasitoid misogyny, rather than repentance and conversion from an evil possessive sinful alien nature. In short, the incest taboo is a tool of species` enslavement, which is applied systematically to prevent humans from producing enough brainpower to save their labors and escape from parasitoid devouring in ephemeral slavery to the mad ravings of war.
1 Solomon, Kristine `Fox News Is Under Fire for Upskirt Shot of Paulina Gretzky`, Fashion, June 21, 2016, https://www.yahoo.com/style/fox-news-is-under-fire-1455565011091510.html .
2 Bynes, Amanda, as Holly Tyler, `Copy That`, Season 1, Episode 8, What I Like About You, Warner Bros., Television, November 15, 2002.