The Stockholm Syndrome Sex Preemptive
Revised Copyright 2013 Stella Graffen
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I wrote this story about a sharp young woman I know who became trapped in an incredibly dangerous sexual encounter. What happened to her was partly my fault. I instilled in her some radical ideas concerning the preemptive use of sexual aggression against male attackers. Ideas that I presented in the women’s self-defense class that I teach at the Dojo where I do karate.
Dojo is just a fancy name for a work-out studio or a place to train. It’s like going to the gym to do aerobics or Pilates™ except you learn martial arts there instead.
My best friend Nina owns the Dojo and I help her out. I became her best student before we became BFFs. I was spending so much time at the Dojo that she urged me to be an instructor and lead some class sessions. At Nina’s suggestion I created a beginner’s program that featured my own unique vision.
People who know me, know that I can’t stand violence against women. I hate it. It gets me worked to a fever pitch. That’s what inspired the focus of my free self-defense class for women.
Women take too much crap from men. I show them they don’t have to. When they look at me--a six-foot tall amazon that can kick the crap out of anything that pees standing up--they see one fierce female. That, alone, is an empowering image.