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Her text message reads that she has been with several men and she instructs me to wait in the bed.
It is your birthday. I give you a gift, one that admittedly is more for me than you. A pair of thong underwear. You are fifty-three years old and have never worn them. You thought they would be uncomfortable. I … Continue reading
FANFICTION: Harley Quinn finds the True Savior
After being separated from the Joker, Harley wanders the streets. Her mental state is fragile, she is jumping between two personalities, when she meets She who will be her salvation.
Dr. Harleen Quinzel’s view:
What have I been doing all this time? Why am I imprisoned? Why am I kissing that freak The Joker?
I look at him in horror. He is my patient, what the hell is he doing? I push him away. He strikes me. I have a baseball bat. I’m not sure where I got it or why I have it, but I am glad I do. With all my might I hit him in the face. The Batman is here. I turn to him for help, but he chases after me. He is treating me as a criminal — so I run. I run as fast as I can.
I duck into an alley. What the hell is going on?
I wander the streets. For the life of me I can’t figure out why I am costumed as a common street whore. I don’t want to, but I steal some clothing.
I find a newspaper.
I am wanted?
The Joker and I are “the king and queen of Gotham?”
I have nowhere to go. I can’t go to the police. I am on the streets for months. I am eating out of dumpsters. I must be into someone else’s territory. I am surrounded by four thugs. I try to talk to them. I try to reason with them.
They grab me. One of them hits me in the head.
Harley Quinn’s view:
Who were those guys? Why were they attacking me? It doesn’t matter, they got theirs. But where they hell am I?
I’ve lost track of time. Has it been a month?
I can’t remember.
The last memory I have is my puddin breaking me out. He wouldn’t take the espresso machine — the bastard, but I was happy to see him. I was freed.
We were just outside the gait when this red streaky thing showed up, followed soon by The Bat.
We got separated. I fought hard, but I don’t know, I just can’t remember. And, why am I dressed like a republican?
The woman can take care of herself. We have been keeping an eye on her. She is the one from the news, the Joker’s woman. She seems scared, alone. The disciples report back to me and I arrive just in time. She is surrounded by four pretty big men. I am about to act, but her personality seems to shift. She switches from victim to aggressor.
She dispatches those four men as swiftly as any of my thirteen could have.
Harley Quinn’s view:
I am being watched. I don’t know by who, but there is someone out there. I holler out, asking if it is my Puddin. There is no answer. Someone is there. I ask who it is, but still no answer.
Wait. I see someone. It is a woman. Oh my God.
She is tall.
And so hot!
She is alone. She is approaching me. She doesn’t say a word. She puts her arm around my shoulders. I don’t need anyone’s protection, but for some reason, here, in her embrace, suddenly, I feel as if I do. For the first time in forever, I feel — safe.
Dr. Harleen Quinzel’s view:
Where am I?
Who is this person?
Where did she come from?
Why am I walking with her? I begin to ask, but I stop. I feels so safe here. So incredibly secure. I don’t know why. I don’t need to question it right now. I haven’t felt like this is such a long time.
This woman is one hot mess. She has just flipped personalities twice. I wonder how many more are in there. I want to help her. She is just the kind of lost soul the church takes in — but the attention she would draw. She is already over the deep end, and she could be more of a problem than Patty ended up being.
I can’t take her to the church, or any church held properties. I will just take her to a motel for now. Let her get cleaned up, get her a good meal and some clothes.
The two women walk arm in arm. The shorter one, clutching at the taller one for safety and security. She transitions between her two personalities several times. Yet, whether it is Harley or Harleen, she doesn’t attempt to flee.Iif anything, she moves herself in closer and closer.
They arrive at some non-descript motel. It isn’t a dump, but it sure isn’t the Trump Tower. The front desk woman is too drunk to pay them any real notice. She takes the money and hands them a key.
Once behind closed doors, the shorter blonde woman, with the extreme alabaster skin, breaks down. She is continuingly switching between her two personas. However, no matter which personality is dominant at the time, both of them cling to the taller, muscular woman. Finally, in the presence of Satin, the two personalities meld into one.
This person has the intellect and ambition of the doctor along with the fearlessness and ruthlessness of the Joker’s woman. However, this woman, no matter who she is now, remains in awe of the other.
While Harley showers, the Satin gets some food and an espresso. When she returns, the Joker’s mate wolfs down the meal in no time.
After she finishes eating, Harley falls fast asleep. Satin, checks the area and phones Simone. She instructs her to have Crystal gather the girls assigned to the area and get them to her location to keep lookout.
Satin slips out of her clothes and under the covers with Harley. She holds her close. Harley stirs and Satin kisses her on the forehead. While stroking her head, she continues kissing her. She moves from her head to her cheek until she reaches her mouth.
Although Harley has only had experiences with Floyd and The Joker, and never with a woman, she responds to her protector’s kisses and touch.
As the night continues on, the two women bond in a way few do. Their bodies become intertwined as one, but more importantly, their souls inseparably unite.
After several hours of intense love making, the two drift off to sleep.
The next morning, Harley wakes first. She wraps her arms around Satin and tells her that the she loves her. They hug and kiss one another.
Harley looks into the eyes of her new friend, her new lover, “Satin, you have saved me. You are, I know this sounds strange, but you are my savior.”
The taller woman smiles. She tells her she will always protect her. She also confides in Harley her true identity, and her mission and the mission of her church.
Harley smiles and asks if she could join. Satin knows the real answer, but she feels too attached. She nods her head.
The Savior calls for Crystal and Simone.
The two disciples spread out the special sheets, over the foot of the bed, extending out onto the floor. A nude Satin takes her place at the edge. Her incredible form illuminated by two candles at her sides. The candles give off the most pheromonic aroma.
Crystal takes Harley into the bathroom and helps her prepare. When she hears music — she leads Harley back into the room.
Simone asks, “Who sponsors this girl to join the Church of Satin?”
Satin herself responded that it is she.
Simone speaks, “Harley, do you come here of your own free will?”
Simone continues, “Then come forward and kneel before Satin.”
Harley does as she is instructed.
Simone the manipulates Satin in such a way to produce the Church’s sanctifying baptismal fluid.
“Harley, do you accept that man is the embodiment of evil?”
“Yes.” A small amount of fluid washes over Harley’s head.
Simone again asks, “Harley do you reject man and all of his evil works?”
“Yes.” More fluid.
“Harley, do you accept Satin as your personal Savior?”
Harley pauses, she doesn’t know why, but yes she does.
Loudly, “Yes.” Another bit of fluid rains down upon her head.
“Harley, I now baptize you in the name of the Mother and the Daughter. Satin, our savior, the new savior, the one true savior, cleanses your body and She cleanses your soul.” A final torrent of sanctified fluid streams forth.
The others welcomed her into the Church, but it was contrary Crystal who had Satin’s ear. As much as Satin had wanted Harley to be an active church member, she didn’t need Crystal to inform her that it really wasn’t possible. Satin had not forgotten that Harley Quinn would bring too much attention.
Attention from the police.
Attention from The Bat.
And especially, attention from that crazed clown.
Satin sat Harley down and explained to her that she would be watched over, but she could not continue on with the church. Harley was sad, but her logical personality understood. Satin told her it was likely she would end up back with the clown, and she said, that no matter what, she was never to again allow herself to be abused by the lunatic. If ever she was, Satin assured her, “My wrath will rain down upon him.”
To emphasize her point, a man is brought into the room. Satin explains that he is a child molester and, from this earth, he must be eradicated.
His pants are stripped from him. Satin squats over and mounts him. She then begins moving up and down. The man is under the spell of the Savior. His eyes are closed. Moans escape his throat.
A few seconds pass, before he is able to achieve completion, Satin forces herself down, and then straightens her long, muscular legs. She rises to her full height of six feet and two inches. From where the man’s private parts had recently been, blood now streams up into the air.
The man’s shocked expression are his final comments.
Crystal fires a bullet into his head.
Simone adds one into his chest.
Not long after, the blood ceases spouting.
Satin passes off something to Simone. She then showers and dresses while the girls remove the deformed carcass.
“If that crazed clown ever strikes you again my child, he will wish his fate was this merciful.”
She reaches down, pats her cheek, kisses her on the forehead and slips a wad of hundred dollar bills into her hand.
“I love you my sweet Harley.”
Harley drops to her knees. “I love you. Thank you for saving me.”
Today we are pleased to post our interview with Scono Sciuto, the author of the incredible new novel, “She Is The New Savior.”
SSTN: Thank you very much for sitting down for us today.
Scono Sciuto: You’re welcome, thank you for asking me.
SSTN: First question, which I think is the most obvious. Who is, or was, your inspiration for Satin, the New Savior and Messiah?
Scono Sciuto: That’s easy… Oprah Winfrey.
SSTN: Oprah Winfrey? Really? Come on! There aren’t any similarities between Oprah Winfrey and Satin.
Scono Sciuto: You are correct, not physically and definitely not in their personalities and paths. But, you see, to me — Oprah Winfrey is the embodiment of the modern day feminist. She never gave up being a woman to be successful. She is a stunning woman physically, and she is even more beautiful because of her intelligence and her drive and desire to be successful. Oprah went into daytime talk, which was dominated by a man, okay I guess someone of the male gender, Phil Donahue. Oprah didn’t set out to be on par with Donahue, she set out, and eventually achieved to be better than him. And, that is a lot of the story of Satin’s brand of feminism.
SSTN: I’m glad you brought up feminism. What exactly does this “fourth wave” feminism term mean?
Scono Sciuto: First off, I didn’t coin the term, but I like it. What I describe in The New Savior, is, as I see it, the fundamental flaw of feminism, this silly concept of wanting to be equal. Women should not merely be satisfied with being the equal of men, as a whole, they are superior to men. However, so many feminist are battling for parity — I simply do not understand it, at least the women in the battle. The men who claim to be feminist do more harm than those that are blatantly misogynistic.
SSTN: How so?
Scono Sciuto: They are being deceitful. Because these male feminist don’t want women to realize their true potential. They want them to be happy with the crumbs of equality.
SSTN: Why do you think that?
Scono Sciuto: Because they are insecure. The men, who avow that they are feminist, simply lack strength of self to admit that they are inferior to women. Therefore, by convincing women that parity is the answer, they keep them repressed.
SSTN: How are these men repressing women if they want them to be equal?
Scono Sciuto: As I have said, because women are superior. If you hold back a leader or a champion in any endeavor, aren’t you actually repressing them?
SSTN: Yes, I guess you are.
Scono Sciuto: So by convincing women to settle for equality, when they are actually superior, these men are in fact repressing women.
SSTN: Do you view She Is The New Savior, as Catholic bashing?
Scono Sciuto: The short answer is no. I can see how others may view it that way. I am Catholic and I have been my entire life. However, I have not been to Church in many years, a large part of the reason I no longer attend is the covering up of the molestation of young boys, the most innocent of all. Not only the priest committing these horrible crimes, but the fact that it has been alleged that those in the upper echelons of the church knew about it and may have been involved in the trying to keep it quiet.
So if people would like to view that part of the story as Catholic bashing, they can, but I don’t.
SSTN: Do you believe that Satin, the character, is mentally disturbed, or mental ill?
Scono Sciuto: That is something that the reader will have to determine. I don’t want to give much away here, but remember what she went through, and all that follows is a reaction. Is it really all that over the top? Again, that is for the reader to decide.
SSTN: Back to the topic of feminism. You have eluded to that feminist have it wrong, and that in the novel you expand upon that topic. Can you give more examples?
Scono Sciuto: As was stated in the novel, feminist have always played, and continue to play for parity. And that goal has led to
repeated setbacks. Barbara Walters is an example, she was an anchor of the evening news, but once she got there everyone thought she won, simply by getting there, not by being better than everyone else. Therefore, another setback; then it happened again, Katie Couric earned her way into the anchor chair of the CBS evening news —- and again, everyone was simply happy because she was there, but she didn’t excel. Yes she is financially succeeding, but she lost the opportunity to win the battle. Thankfully, Diane Sawyer knows how to win, and she is out there doing a superb job, making feminist proud by her success.
SSTN: Why are the women all athletic, muscular and fit?
Scono Sciuto: Because the women in the novel are the pinnacle of not only feminism, but of femininity. Women are always taught that to be sexy, they should be soft and curvy. Think of those words, they convey weakness. The women of She Is The New Savior are strong, independent, able to take care of themselves, but never lose the essence of what makes them women. There fitness and muscularity do not take away, they enhances their femininity, by the outward appearance of strength and dominance.
SSTN: Satin marries another woman, is the novel pro-gay marriage?
Scono Sciuto: Satin does not require government approval to do what she desires. Many should really take that way to heart. Everyone is so focused on a stamp of approval from some petty bureaucrat or elected official, they miss the point that love doesn’t require legality, it only requires acknowledgement by those involved.
SSTN: Is Scono Sciuto, your real name?
Scono Sciuto: That’s unknown.
If you are purchasing this book you must be 18 years old, however we strongly advise you to be at least 25.
Satin: The New Savior contains:
-over the top blasphemy
-a skewed view of the world
You must be 18 years told to read this book, however we recommend that you are 25.