Each FB post from RBD’s biggest attention whore is more repellent than the previous.
The former Jean Gray wrote about her “pussy mioux-miouxing” to her, saying “I want to be fed.” Then she posed topless, insisting that she might be 41 years old but looks 14. Was she hoping to entice a budding Jeffrey Epstein? And now …
I WANT A BABY… AND TO GIVE BIRTH TO A SEXIER WORLD
I’ve been feeling my body and soul screaming for a baby lately.
I was recently holding the 2-month baby of a friend, and oh my goddess, I’d never felt a baby feel that good in all my life. It took my breath away. Another friend also has a baby of exactly that age, and seeing the pictures I feel such a deep stirring. A third friend has a 4-month old and told me the breast-feeding is so blissful, and that I’m going to LOVE it!
In these moments I feel my desire for a baby. Yet, I chose to have an abortion in October, otherwise I’d be holding a baby too. Deep sigh. Ahhh…the path I didn’t take. The complexity of life and desire!
Truthfully, it’s been gut-wrenching, but at the end of the day, I stand by my choice, which was that, in those circumstances, I did not feel ready or safe to bring in a soul. My inner no at the time was so strong, that I could only listen, and decline the call to motherhood at that time.
Since then, I find myself single. Yet it’s not the end of the story.
When I look to the future, I do see myself as a mother. Only time will tell!
For now, I’m birthing myself, and playing my role in birthing a better world, where women feel safe to exude and enjoy their feminine glory.
This is my service to you and the planet. I am a servant of the Divine Feminine.
Too many women don’t have what I have come to take for granted—body confidence and sexual empowerment.
Truthfully, I don’t take it for granted. I know that a woman loving her body and rocking her sexuality is absolutely PRECIOUS and SACRED, and so VALUABLE.
What I really mean when I say take it for granted, is a reference to the ease and comfort I now have with these areas of my life. Self-love and self-respect for my body and my sexuality is now so strongly rooted into who I am, that I know will never be lost.
No one can take them away from me.
I am sovereign and I will not abandon my body or my erotically innocent nature.
You can develop this resilience too.
You can develop what seems like a superpower, but is meant to be our baseline status quo—body confidence and sexual ecstasy.
Just keep patting yourself on the back, Jena, while underhandedly shilling your erotic empress bidness. Just please don’t get pregnant on purpose if you have any upcoming zouk classes.