Updated: Rainbow & Rain Baby Can’t Wait To Zouk!

Jena’s latest post. That shoulder is certified A-OK!


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117 Responses to Updated: Rainbow & Rain Baby Can’t Wait To Zouk!

  1. Wolf, Hemmingway and Khaat whores says:

    Zouk sounds perfect for someone who is recovering from a serious car accident!


  2. Razzmatazz says:

    Made it to 45 seconds. Does it turn into anything else than the “Dirty Dancing” staff late night scene, on codeine/purple drank?

    Nobody puts RainBaby in a corner.

    • donkey schoen says:

      Rainbaby doesn’t strike me as a Zouker but then again, I don’t hang with any shirtless DJ’s so I’m probably not a good judge. I also don’t know anyone who dances the Zouk.

    • Stalker is the New Guacamole: The DJ Avocado Remixes says:

      that’s about how far I made it also. Leave it to the paleface to take dance and completely drain all rhythm, meaning, and grace right out of it.

  3. ShesJustStupid says:

    Why is she always so gross with the “babe” and “baby” stuff?

  4. donkey schoen says:

    Me thinks Sasha is not giving JLF the attention she desperately needs.

  5. Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly (and the entire Cosmos) says:

    Jena also posted this “sensational” batshit insane screed from Stacey Morgenstern, who I once thought was the most level headed of the woos. Of course, Ali had to put in her two dildos, er, cents.

    “I met Molly Butler exactly 5 days ago, but we go much farther back.
    We originally met 5 centuries ago.
    Yep, this is about to get weird so brace yourself if you must.
    Molly and I were in a band of women from all around the world known as Hallelujah Breeders.
    Some called us witches. Some called us goddesses. Some called us ecstatic-elixing magic makers or even divinity slingers. As the carriers of Creation itself, the art we practiced was available to all women, but voluntarily embraced.
    The Grandmothers were the sacred initiates of this divine, untamed, ageless knowing. They taught girls and women the soul’s lexicon of vibrational magic and medicine. It was a practice of sensory slinging that installed the contagious vibration of ecstatic hallelujah’s in others.
    These women were extremely potent. They potentiated the divine incarnate. Sisterhood was the source glue.
    They raised each other up, adorned, appreciated, and cheered each other’s unique, enchanting gifts. They were glorious, mesmerizing, caring, and daring.
    Boys were initiated into men by the Grandfathers and by brotherhood. Brotherhood gave them a place to process all the blood boiling masculine warrior energy coursing through their veins.
    The Grandfathers initiated them into maturity, where they learned to harness the power of their voracious sexual animals. They were taught to revere and protect the full expression of the divine feminine because a woman’s untamed self-expression inspired men to be better men. To rise as Kings.
    This was the sacred order.
    I was a practicing Hallelujah Breeder. Molly was too.
    At some point, men stopped gathering as men and disregarded the teachings of the Grandfathers. They lost their safe place to metabolize all that excess energy. The unintegrated energy became internalized anger. It accumulated. Despite their best attempts to hold it in and control it, it consumed them, and they became violent.
    The men turned on each other. The women stopped shining and stopped singing. This made the men even more angry and demanding. They were desperate to affirm their Kingliness (Godliness) and saw the women as the portal to that.
    In desperation, men asserted physical dominance to get the respect and power to cure their desperate affliction of repressed anger, frustration, and feeling’s of not enoughness.
    Power and control do not and will never foster sensual generosity, devotion, or hallelujah’s from women.
    Sadly, many women dimmed to muted darkness. They forgot their spiritual essence. They neutered their own ecstatic magic and became meager and obedient in self-preservation.
    As the Hallelujah Breeders became more rare, when a man met one, he would court her, lavish her with comfort and a lush, exciting life. “I will make you a Queen.” He would promise.
    Then one day this archetype of unintegrated man would suddenly notice how her magic impacted other men. He became fearful of her wings and put her in a cage so she would never fly away from him. He convinced her this type of possessive devotion was romantic. Women loved to be claimed so she bought the bait. What she didn’t know was that being claimed came with a furtive concession: “Compromise yourself psychically to me.”
    She, who was once free, was mating with captivity.
    Sadly, these cages were the seeds of his own suicide, for these men were unwittingly extinguishing the very thing they were willing to kill to keep.
    Many Hallelujah breeders were captured, put in cages. Kept.
    After a few generations, the women no longer even knew they were in cages, except for a few who continued to butterfly their magic, installing Hallelujah’s and reminding everyone that heaven on earth is not a place you go to, it’s a place you recognize.
    We, the Hallelujah Breeders were widely persecuted. Pushed to the brink of extinction, but not the way you might assume.
    Men stripped these women of their goddess recognition – yes, but more surprisingly, women who continued to shine too bright were accused, exposed, then stoned by OTHER WOMEN. Women who had been dangerously tamed by a society that preaches the virtue of being “nice.” (Nice is just another word for obedient.)
    These women were conditioned to doubt their intuitive inner guidance system so much so that they became fearful when they encountered it, accusing it of being devious, something to be blocked, purged, suppressed, choked, and prosecuted.
    Some Hallelujah Breeders continued to create, incubate and activate ecstasis with their unique sparkle.
    A disease of dark envy emerged. This envy polluted the bonds of sisterhood. It made them bitter.
    Women began to dim their light, demonize their knowing, and dilute their power.
    The ones who had forgotten their magic became envious of the women who dared to sparkle. Not because these witchy goddesses possessed something that these other women didn’t have…
    Their envy stemmed from the awakening of A PLACE WITHIN THEM THAT HAD BEEN DENIED — their true creative nature – which is a royal combination of magic + medicine comprised of both a pure heart and a divinely wild mind.
    I was one of the so accused. When I was on trial 5 centuries ago, Molly stood for me. She was not only a Hallelujah Breeder, she was also a crusader. She courageously took a stand for all women who were rotting in the denial of their true magic essence. She reminded them of the place in each of us that had been denied. She lit the way through our darkness back to the light.
    After 5 days of knowing me on THIS timeline, she stood again, for my radiance.
    Dear Molly,
    Thank you for coming back for me when I was on trial this time and didn’t even know it.
    Thank you for ending the cycle of accusation and persecution of women who dare to shine.
    Thank you for naming the merciless untruths we’ve been fed for centuries.
    Thank you for choosing love and trust over fear and condemnation.
    Thank you for being a stand for healing sisterhood.
    Thank you for deciding to lift me up when we’ve been brainwashed to cut each other down.
    Thank you for not asking me to dim, but cheering my brightness.
    Thank you for daring to be decimated by the recognition of your own beauty as expressed through me.
    Thank you for your courage to speak it out.
    Thank you for being a gardener and activist of the true self.
    Thank you for being my magic teacher in this now.
    Today, you are my Hallelujah.
    Keep slinging, sister.
    With great love, gratitude and admiration,
    Please feel free to share with women who need to re-member. heart emoticon”

    Keep slinging, indeed.

    Here’s Ali!

    Ali Shanti
    So, I’m going to share something that has been in my consciousness for some time and perhaps you and Molly Butler have some insights. Some months ago, a woman came to me and said that she had been resistant to diving into my work and when she had shared this resistance with a group of sisters in a circle here in Boulder, that several of the other women shared their resistance to me as well, and they each concluded that in a prior incarnation we had been priestesses together and I had done something to get everyone killed. I’ve really not known how to be with this revelation, other than to keep on keeping on in this life, knowing the truth of who I am. But I would love any insight you may be able to offer. <3

    Mia Schleifer

    Shahara Jagrati Mattingly
    Here is what came to me (and you probably already know this!) While this could be a possibility, it is also possibly true that your soul jouneyed through that "contact" or experience to grow you into the ever evolving soul that you are today. Even when...See more

    Stacey Morgenstern
    Ali Shanti, I will sit with this one. Not sure yet what to make of that. Love you. xo

    Ali Shanti
    Shahara Jagrati Mattingly thank you so much. I do feel that this life is about atoning for so much, and that I'm doing it. Love you Stacey Morgenstern

    • Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly (and the entire Cosmos) says:

      JFAing to note that Ali definitely did something to get everyone killed. Maybe she stole a priestess’s inebriated boy toy and chaos erupted.

      Jesus H. Christ, what a bunch of fucking loons!

      • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

        Bodies in the desert!

      • Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones & Ghosted Book Deals says:

        So even in this life these women are self-aware enough to exercise caution. Well, that and they’ve googled the shit out of her.

      • Telexfree Antofagasta says:

        He should’ve given her a firm, hard, clear NO

        (Or whatever she demands so as not to accidentally fuck your man)

      • Fuckyo Nonburn says:

        Mattingly found a way to tell her that killing everybody was her fault, but it wasn’t “her” fault, and Morgenstern backed out of the room gracefully, but swiftly.

    • Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly (and the entire Cosmos) says:

      OH MY FUCKING GOD! Rain replied to this mess! He completely ignores Donkey but responds to this insanity:

      Rain Phutureprimitive

      An inspiring story. One that plays out as an epic, over time and space. Beautiful! Thought provoking. Important. Can you adopt this into a book please!?

      THANK YOU.

      There is a single part of the story which, as a man, feels important, yet unaddressed: “At some point, men stopped gathering as men and disregarded the teachings of the Grandfathers…”

      When characters in a film / play suddenly do something “out of character” an important question is born, begging to be answered. Why?

      Given the gravity of consequences stemmed from this change in harmonious behavior, the answer would surely be important, would it not?

      Perhaps that is another story. And yes, the Hero’s Journey (Joseph Campbell) has now been told countless times. The Heroine’s Journey (Maurine Murdock) has not, which is one of many reasons why I appreciate this intriguing and well written tale. (I would even guess many don’t know there is a Heroines Journey and that it plays out differently from the Hero, yet is rarely portrayed).

      And yet, the question still remains. Given the inextricable association I have with the antagonists, being a man, I must say, I’m curious. Why?

      Stacey Morgenstern
      I LOVE this inquiry, Rain. You nailed it. I wish that part of this experience was more clear. Perhaps more information will come. What a great question to sit with. I’ll tune in and see what comes on that. I, too, would love to know more. xoxo

      • Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly (and the entire Cosmos) says:

        That’s not all Rain is going to nail, eh, Stacey?

        Julia responded earlier to Stacey’s insanity, but, despite the tag, Rain ignored her:

        Julia Allison
        Rain … whoa. This.

        • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

          Everyone BUT Donk hears the fat lady singing…
          Everyone BUT Donk sees Phuckd’er conducting.

        • Tingolayo says:

          Our poor Donkey. She wants to seem deep, but she can’t because she’s dumb, so all she can write is “Whoa. This.”

          These people are SO boring. Imagine being stuck with them on a camping trip or at a party. I guess it makes them feel more important to have been a “priestess” in a past life than a suburban dork in a current life.

          • Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones & Ghosted Book Deals says:

            Even in the post with her father at Stanford, something along the lines of “really interesting talk” not details of what the talk was about or what made it interesting, but she got to tag Stanford Law in her post.
            I’m glad she’s going away.

          • LickedRandisCake says:

            She’s the Joey Lawrence of the woo set. Whoa!

        • Telexfree Antofagasta says:

          The cringe…Whoa, this.

        • Because, for fucks sake. says:

          He definitely has a thing for Ms. Morgenstern. Must drive JA crazy.

      • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

        ILYRain needs to know the difference between adapt and adopt.

      • Razzmatazz says:

        Nobody was a peasant in a past life. Just a world full of goddesses.

        We are stardust, we are golden

        • Winchester House of Fauxtoshoots, Microphones & Ghosted Book Deals says:

          By their own assertion they’d be more evolved this lifetime; and, circling the drain with each other is hardly goddess-like, no matter how they try and spin it.

          This made up story by the women is just an easier and kinder way to call Ali an untrustworthy predator with *killer* instincts (that’s not a compliment shit-show)

    • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

      Read this one & it’s like she’s telling Donk to get over it w/ ILYR:

      ‘You may be falling apart. That’s okay. You’ve been here before and all it did was make you better, eventually.

      Patience, my Love. You can’t force acceptance. Slow dance outro the pieces you finally no longer need so they can return to the light with grace and gratitude.

      And then, pick up the shards that belong to you, remake yourself with sautered gold and skip on down the street, smiling, beginning again, from Innocence.’

      It’s “soldered”, you fantasy-dwelling jackhole. That’s all. Carry on.

    • Handbag Is Merging Her Two Identities says:

      It turns out I’m a Hallelujah Vomiter.

      • Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly (and the entire Cosmos) says:

        My, my, rather flip. Not only was Stacey a Hallelujah Breeder, she was also a crusader. “She courageously took a stand for all women who were rotting in the denial of their true magic essence.” Women would never have gotten the vote had it not been for Stacey’s former incarnation.

        • Handbag Is Merging Her Two Identities says:

          In an ironic twist, there would be no Roe v Wade without Stacey’s former incarnation.

          • Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly (and the entire Cosmos) says:

            I suspect the Hallelujah Breeder hallucination is the result of watching Xena over and over again while tripping balls.

            Drugs are not your friend, Stace.

      • Wolf, Hemmingway and Khaat whores says:

        Oh, snap.

        I laughed out loud!

    • Catfish with a Side of Loathing says:

      Um this sounds a lot like the plot for Cloud Atlas.

    • The Tortuous and the Hair says:

      I’d like to know if this is some kind of LARP.

      If not, it seems completely crazy, similar to someone hearing voices in their head.

    • Narcissistic Personality Disorder says:

      Stacey Morgenstern is near the top of my list of woos I despise because she feeds off people who think they can make a business being a health coach or life coach. The only people making money in the coaching business are people like her selling programs on how to be successful. Gross.

      • Curling Irons at Dawn says:

        Okay, first of all referring to yourself as a breeder is some sick Handmaid’s Tale sh*t. Second, who gives a RA what the Catholic Church decides about a dead woman?! The whole “she was a whore” was BS to begin with. Now, retracting that is even more sketchy. It says, “This was all BS to begin with.” It has a distinct making it up as you go along vibe. Stop defining yourself by what men say god says. Or just what men say full stop. I kant with this utter bullsh*t. How are you progressive with that ilk?! How do you not just hit yourself in the head with shame?! F*ck me, these people ate deeply stoopid. But props to the mad skillz of telling Shanty she killed everyone. That’s some woo brilliance right there. Jeezus told me you’re a murderer wouldn’t have been better. Not just “you f*cked my husband in a prior life,” but “you got us all killed.” I bow to those passive aggressive mad skillz. She just blessed her heart and told her she looked “sweet” and ol’ raunch doesn’t even get that her heart was blessed and “sweet” ain’t a compliment gurl. Whoever told Raunchy that needs a book deal stat. How To Be a Kappa Kappa Woo.

        • Curling Irons at Dawn says:

          “Thank you. Hallelujah! The veils between timelines have been thinning while our understanding thickens. Forgiveness across time is possible. Choices can change and shift and heal everything. Ali Shanti, I have recently worked with a woman who helped me heal some poor past life choices and create a new imprint in the unconsciousness we share. Things began to shift for me immediately when I healed my recent past life and died a different death. I believe that you can make amends for past life choices that impact this life. I wish for clarity for you and the women you are in this expansive dynamic with. Reach out to me if you would like any more ideas.”
          Slow your roll Shirley McClain. Shanty has her hands full with making amends for this life. Let’s start with not preying on the elderly. Baby steps.

          • Stalker is the New Guacamole: The DJ Avocado Remixes says:

            epic rant! I totally agree. bullshit from the jump.

      • So beyond says:

        What drug are these people on?

    • LickedRandisCake says:

      Have you ever noticed how these women were never field workers or scullery maids or anything mundane in their past lives? Nope, they were all Goddesses of the Divine.

      So, ScamMe was getting groups of goddesses killed off her her past life and is using this one to kill off the retirement accounts of the elderly?

      Yep, the word “atoning” might not mean what she thinks it means.

  6. How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

    Ol’ Raunch has probably sent young pup Hugo Mahé an eight-year-old fauxto of herself, inviting him to open-relationship w/ her in Shantitown.

  7. BunnyBingo says:

    What the hell?

  8. Albie Quirky Sending Hugs says:

    She cannot stay off the social media, even when she’s supposedly on lockdown. That’s our Donkey!

  9. Donkey of Oz says:

    Are you expecting an immigration officer to believe your marriage is real? You’re in Miami other dudes.

  10. Princess WideStance says:

    That zouk shit looks like something a kooky acting teacher would make her students do. Improv. Love how they’re being all serious about it.

  11. A-Game Content says:

    Every time I see this pic of Donk in a head piece with another basic B in a headpiece and Futurewhatever with a hood sans shirt and another guy in a hood sans shirt I am perplexed. Which one is Rain? They all look alike to me. Why is the one beside Judy making that face?

    • Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly (and the entire Cosmos) says:

      It’s Kc Baker’s ex and I believe he had a stroke. She dumped him because she wanted to bang other folks. Don’t all the woos do this whether or not they’re married?

      • Princess WideStance says:

        Is that really why she left him? Damn. They always seemed more stable than the others, but I guess not. I wonder if she’s bi. I always wonder if everybody is bi.

        • Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly (and the entire Cosmos) says:

          Don’t all the woo women advertise themselves as bi so as to appear more enticing to all the boys?

      • Jacy "Donk" LaRue Jacy "Donk" LaRue says:

        I think it is Bell’s Palsy. But OMG did she really dump him? Didn’t they have a new baby? So nasty.

        • Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly (and the entire Cosmos) says:

          She dumped him and left a long screed on her FB about their conscious uncoupling. You’d have thought she was Queen Elizabeth addressing the masses.

      • Jacy "Donk" LaRue Jacy "Donk" LaRue says:

        OK isn’t KC Baker the idiot who wrote some pity-party piece about how she had photos all over her bedroom of herself as a teenager and she was mocked for it and Donkey was all I HAVE FOUND MY SOULMATE I TOO HAVE PHOTOS OF MYSELF EVERYWHERE AND WHAT IS WRONG WITH THAT HATERS?

        And holy shit, people, go scroll through her FB photos — she is Donkey with a cute child. All the bad outfits and the fauxto shoots. Sweet mother of fuck.

        • AWO says:

          I would love to repurpose this blog toward KC. Donk done jumped the shark.

          • Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly (and the entire Cosmos) says:

            Kc seldom posts. However, I’ve done my best to offset our often dull Donkey with coverage of her noxious cohorts: Jena, Ali, Jaahaas, Noodles, Smellsberg, etc.

          • AWO says:


            You’re doing the Lord’s work, but it is hard to squeeze blood from a turnip.

        • Handbag Is Merging Her Two Identities says:

          Yes, she’s that one, and she still has photos of herself everywhere, and will not stand for being told it’s narcissistic. It’s LOVE, Jacy.

          • Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly (and the entire Cosmos) says:

            I reblogged an appalling video that Baker made the day after the Orlando massacre, in which she waved away the tragedy with a flick of her wrist to literally bawl about Mary Magdalene’s “new status” within the Catholic church. Truly an Oscar worthy performance. I wondered how many times she’d practiced her routine in front of the bathroom mirror.

          • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

            Oh, that video was hilarious. I wonder what KC is giving up for lent? Selfies?

          • Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly (and the entire Cosmos) says:

          • Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly (and the entire Cosmos) says:

          • Wolf, Hemmingway and Khaat whores says:

            This is the same KC Baker, right?

          • Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly (and the entire Cosmos) says:

            The one and only. Narcissist Extraordinaire.

          • AWO says:

            The dancing: Bad.
            The enablers: Worse.

          • Sacred Scrapbooks says:

            “Don’t make me dance!”

          • KC Baker's Appalling Baby Dance. says:

            That was so, so gross and embarrassing. I’d be so uncomfortable watching that and hearing the filmer’s sex noises! I guess at least she moves better than the Donk?!?

      • A-Game Content says:

        Oh my. I never made the connection that this is fellow who had a stroke. Not my intention to snark on someone’s medical condition. I am sorry if I offended anyone with that remark.

  12. Grammarian says:


  13. BeepBeepBoopBeepBeep. I Am A Robot. says:

    Cocoa and Marshmallow Ceremony.

  14. Moroccanwear Loves You Rain, Babe says:

    Just choosing to wear those headdresses makes me itch. What I he hell?

  15. How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

    Well, I won’t pretend that I understand all this, having just skimmed through it, but I wonder how (if) it affects Mr. Fivehead. It’s looking like anyone is fair game now …


  16. ShesJustStupid says:

    So I guess Scamti is kicking someone out of her house?
    Damn, boundaries do not come easily for me. I feel bad being clear and saying that something is not working for me.
    When I feel into what I feel bad about, I notice that I am concerned that it may cause the other person to feel bad about themselves.
    Or that I may seem ungrateful in some way.
    Being with these feelings this morning AND taking a stand for my bigger desire for a spacious and clean energy field.
    I had no idea how much space I need. I thought I loved all the chaos energy and people always around.
    And now, as I sit here alone in my house this morning, with no one else’s energy in my field, I feel free, and spacious and clear.

    • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

      The daughter’s BF wouldn’t allow her to breech his boundaries?

      • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

        breach, even

      • Hot Foot Lurch is Not My Guru says:

        He was living in the house with the daughter, right? Yeah, that always works with a young teen.

        • Gilly Blake, CEO, Donkey Disparagement Industry Gilly (and the entire Cosmos) says:

          The daughter’s boyfriend lives with them, and I’m assuming Rainbow, AKA Doug Henning, did. One cannot even begin to imagine the psychosexual dynamic in that household.


          • Frequent Liar Miles says:

            Oh, him, Mr. Stank Oxters. You can somehow SEE he SMELLS bad. I am not sure why he arouses such visceral repulsion in me; he must remind me of someone disgusting I encountered IRL along the way. Pee-ew. That is all.

          • KC Baker's Appalling Baby Dance. says:

            He definitely smells, as does that 40-year-old polyester thrift-store outfit. I’m pretty sure it’s patchouli, BO, and flop sweat.

  17. Albie Quirky Sending Hugs says:

    I am sad that Judy’s FB blackout has deprived us of what would have undoubtedly been a hilarious tribute to International Women’s Day. Which mostly-nekkid photo of herself do you think she would have shared as an homage to fellow women? Pepperoni Nips Goddess? Condom Fairy? Shirley not “sprawled over lap of cigar-smoking old dude”?

    • Wolf, Hemmingway and Khaat whores says:

      I feel sorry for all the little girls that need her magic.

      How can we help, Ashton?

    • donkey schoen says:

      Don’t lose hope. She’s usually about 3 or 4 days completely out of the loop about major news events or articles before she shares her smug judgy posts. She could still show up and inspire us all.

  18. So beyond says:

    Wood are plain and simple loons. Jess the mess is add it again too. Honestly they are not about bring conversation surrounding equity, rights of women, women of color it’s all about making a quick buck since they are classless hanger looking dumbass broads.

  19. Not! Random! says:

    Rain’s latest flirtation attempt on Stacey Morgenstern’s page: “Who are you, and with what sorcery do you channel such a drool-worthy narrative!?”

    Poor Jools. All the Zouking in the world is not going to land you a man who treats you with love and respect.

  20. Razzmatazz says:

    “Look, we don’t wear shirts, we *must* fuck.”

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