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Ma féminté Circonstanciée

By Jean-Luc Ombaffa All Rights Reserved ©

Erotica

Blurb

Ne portant aucun intérêt majeur pour son corps et à son attrait libidineux, sous les morsures de son bas-ventre, s’aperçoit que celui-ci recèle tous les mystères d’une nouvelle frontière, entre sa chair et son esprit. Se mettant en quête de réponses, et d’actions, Camille découvrit qu’elle avait un pouvoir étonnant, qui d’ailleurs, appartient à toutes les femmes… Méfiante de tous les mots ou mouvements se terminant par « isme », en outre, le féminisme qui n’a jamais reçu sa considération. Elle préfère la lutte des femmes à travers l’histoire qui met en lumière leurs différences, leurs forces et leurs atouts pour leurs droits propres, contrairement à la pensée matérialiste qui souhaite que les femmes soient l’égal de l’homme en tous points, et ainsi transformer notre monde en une société mono sexuée pour briser le pouvoir phallique…

Chapter 1

À toutes les femmes libres qui engendrent leur destin aux couleurs de leur choix.

“La plus grande forme d’ignorance, c’est quand tu rejettes quelque chose dont tu ne sais rien” - Wayne W Dyer.

Un grand merci à Brigitte Lahaie, une grande dame, une légende, un symbole qui m’a donné l’envie de me lancer dans le récit de cette nouvelle.

J’en profite également, pour soutenir Brigitte dans sa lutte contre la pénalisation des clients et clientes de prostitué(e)s.

Mes remerciements également à Isabelle Jeandot, une artiste-sculptrice qui créé dans son atelier au bord du Lac Léman.

Antennes de lumière, les sculptures d’Isabelle (www.isabellejeandot.com) témoignent d’une autre réalité. Intenses et graciles, elles glissent leurs volutes de bronze sous nos voiles d’inconscience et révèlent une alchimie intérieure inattendue: la fusion entre sensualité et sacré.

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