About PrincessC


"The first thing you should know about me is that I'm a whore."

I stole that intro shamelessly. Actually I'm one of those chronically bored people who likes dirty stories and the people who tell them. I find that people who are sexually open in a true sense tend to be the people I never get bored of.

As for myself, well I write a little but I'm absolute shit at erotica and prefer the frame of post modern absurdist literature. I don't like to cyber. I prefer picking the brain of some of the wonderfully sexy people I've met on Lush and so if you're looking for somebody to type out a moan you're not going to find it in me.

I don't bite, I prefer a spank. So you're welcome to message me should you like to get to know me. If I don't respond it's because I have no interest in you.

Relationship Status:
In a Relationship
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14 Dec 2017 22:25
I am first and foremost interested in politics and philosophy. I'm an avid reader and I love cooking which I balance with my interest in running and going to the gym.
Favorite Books:
My absolute favourite is "Life according to Garp" by John Irving. I love Russian literature mainly: Notes from Underground and the Brothers Karamazov. I find psychological thrillers to be my preferred genre, hence loving the Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Stevenson. I like lowbrow literature too but I didn't think anybody reads this thus I thought I'd be a showoff.
Favorite Authors:
Milton, Irving, Dostoyevsky and Chekhov and I reread Note from Underground at least once a year. I have always been impressed with the writing of Nietzsche too, his philosophy is so well written that he makes philosophy seem like art. Any author that stops me from being bored is a fast favourite.
Favorite Movies:
Generally rule of thumb for me is anything Christian Bale acts in.
Favourite TV Shows:
Well I don't watch much TV but I love Blackadder.
Favorite Music:
Anything by Led Zeppelin, Marilyn Manson and Catfish and the Bottlemen are among my favourites


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Topic: Dissocial Personality Disorder v Trolling
Posted: 26 Nov 2017 10:41

Trolls do what they do best. They waste their small minds and drink wine. Mostly because, they can't fit into society.

Don’t come for us winos


Topic: do you believe in God?
Posted: 24 Nov 2017 11:48


Topic: How much do you love to read and how often?
Posted: 21 Nov 2017 03:04

I read a lot, probably 3-5 books a week if not more. I don’t have a problem with it sleeping into my writing that I’ve noticed. I have a pretty unique style of writing (probably not a good thing) so I don’t have an issue.

Topic: Harvey Weinstein
Posted: 21 Oct 2017 03:45

Twisting one's words is never okay, accusing someone of something they didn't say or do is false, and what I said about my experiences with abuse has nothing to do with that. If you read my post properly, I never claimed to be a victim myself, nor did I say, that seeking legal ground makes these victims nonchalant. What I said is, that if someone's silence is mainly motivated by the money they can get for it, then it does makes them accomplice. Covering up a crime, just for financial profit is a crime too.

Just to be clear, I blame no one for not being able to open up because they are too traumatised or because they are afraid of what their abuser could still do to them, not even if they accepted a pay off, but remaining silent just because that helps your career or just because it makes you richer is simply wrong. It tells me that fame and wealth weigh more than justice, and more than the safety of every next potential victim. It makes the people who choose for that co-responsible for what it allows to happen.

I'm not assuming those things happen, I know they do. I've witnessed it. What you're right about is this; I can't tell how many, if any, of Weinstein's victim fall into that category, but given the sheer number of them (forty probably is just the tip of Weinstein's iceberg and I doubt if that's the only one drifting around in Hollywood) it's not unlikely that at least a few careers and fortunes were built on the benefits of shutting up and with that, on the traumas of other victims.

By co-responsible you mean complicit right?

Usually you make a lot of sense but you’re making assumptions and misreading responses. Whatever you’ve witnessed or know is not applicable because we have no idea what was going on. Hollywood has a culture of silence around sexual assault and for you to call women opportunistic in their own assault is fucking ridiculous. You say I’m twisting your words but I’m not, your words are rather straight forward and I disagree with them.

Topic: Harvey Weinstein
Posted: 21 Oct 2017 02:16

You don't know what I do and don't know. I have my share of experience with sexual abuse and with people who needed years before they could come forward as victims, with people I knew to be victims but who wouldn't talk about it and with a system that allows a predator to walk because of the statute of limitation and because sexual abuse is a crime that needs someone to file a complaint before anyone lifts a finger. I've seen from close by how sexual abuse destroys people and drives them to suicide. It's not only women who suffer from people in a position of power. And for the record, it is my firm belief that no victim is to blame in any way for the abuse they suffered, that blame rests solely on the abuser.

That the abuser gets away with it is something else altogether. For that the blame largely rests with our society that for some reason tends to doubt the word of the victim when they do come forward. And of course that power imbalance has a lot to do with it too. I've said it before and I say it again, any victim that comes forward needs to be taken seriously and it should not take more than one victim before a perpetrator is held accountable. That hashtag #Ibelieveyou should be the motto of law enforcement and anyone else who comes into contact with a victim of abuse, sexual or otherwise.

That said, I've also met some "victims" who didn't feel victimised at all. They used what happened to them to extort favours from the perpetrator in exchange for silence. That's the kind of people I am talking about. Now I do not know how many, if any, of Weinsteins victims fall into that category but those that do are in my humble opinion part of the reason why Weinstein got away with it as long as he did and they share responsibility for every subsequent victim that allowed him to make.

If you read my post properly I was talking about these events. It’s of no relevance whether you have felt abuse or if you know abuse victims because no abuse is the same and you can’t possibly know more about this scandal than what’s been reported unless you’re the victim, and you’re not. Also very important: being a victim of abuse does NOT give you a free pass to say whatever the fuck you want and then whine about people twisting your words.

I’m very annoyed with this assumption that people have to perform their trauma for it to be valued. Just because they sought legal council and took money doesn’t make them nochalant. You can never know a persons motivations and the fact that you assume them is ridiculous.

Topic: Harvey Weinstein
Posted: 20 Oct 2017 01:02

I'm not suggesting that any victim is complicit in their own abuse. Like I said before (on another thread): becoming a victim if sexual abuse or assault is NEVER your fault. It should not happen, whatever the circumstances and whatever you did.

But that should not stop us from acknowledging that victims can do wrongful things too. Again, I'm not talking about those victims who cannot or dare not open up about their abuse. I'm talking about those who can, but choose instead to use that ability to gain financially rather than stop the predator. That was the premise of Trinket's post, wasn't it; she spoke of victims who went to their lawyers with the intention to make a financial deal with their abuser. If that was true for any of the eleven she mentioned, I don't know, none of us probably do, but if it was, they are who I am talking about.

Over the past two weeks more than forty women have come forward who claim to be Weinstein's victims. It probably is just the tip of the iceberg but consider this, assuming the number eleven is correct:
If it was Weinstein's MO to pay off women for their silence one would expect many more financial deals than just the eleven mentioned. It is not unlikely that the initiative for at least some of those deals came from the victims rather than from Weinstein.

Weinstein probably wasn't one of them, but many sex offenders started out as victims of abuse themselves, and their behaviour is often the result of their traumas. In spite of that we do not hesitate to condemn them and to call them rapists, predators or abusers. Are we victim shaming there? If not. then why is it victim shaming to call out someone who made a conscious choice to hide someone's criminal behaviour in exchange for money. How doesn't that choice make them accomplice to the crimes it allows the offender to commit in the future?

you make a conscious and calculated choice to protect a criminal you become his accomplice


You’re talking about events you know nothing about and then saying these women are accomplices.

There is no right way to be a victim. It’s traumatic and confusing and shameful even when it shouldn’t be. For you to judge women really irritates me.

The system of abuse is so unbalanced. Victims need more proof than just their word and when that’s the case it becomes almost impossible to speak up because you know you’re just going to be ignored.

Topic: Harvey Weinstein
Posted: 19 Oct 2017 08:32

If the initiative to pay was Weinstein's and he was applying pressure to accept, I agree with you and Dani. If on the other hand it was the other way around, and a victim threatened to talk unless money would be paid and negotiated about the amount, I stand by what I said. If you make a conscious and calculated choice to protect a criminal you become his accomplice.

This is victim shaming in its purest form. How can an assault victim ever be considered an accomplice? The guilt belongs solely on the rapist, not on any of his victims because we never know what they had to overcome.

Bare in mind that these women have every right to handle their trauma as they see fit. Any form of suggesting a victim is complicit is disgusting to the extreme.

Topic: Harvey Weinstein
Posted: 19 Oct 2017 06:57

Would you have been more satisfied if they'd remained silent for free?

You say they made a conscious choice to protect him in exchange for money. Perhaps they made a conscious choice to protect their livelihoods in exchange for money.

This. 10/10.

Topic: Harvey Weinstein
Posted: 17 Oct 2017 22:53



Topic: Fall-back career
Posted: 17 Oct 2017 01:30

I’d probably get fired for not letting people use my intellectual property.

I think I’d be a shit-hot PR person. I love a good crisis.

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