This is my personal quote. I wish to copyright it and tm it.
Plus one or two variations on the sentence.
"Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned." Stated by male perpetrator.
Umm, puts hell in a new light?!
What about a man scorned?
And scorned is another way of saying rejected, so basically any man who rejects a woman is abusive?
Oh, no, a woman refered to as scorned by a male, is the woman who has been cast as such. It is abusive to state such a thing in the first place, as the emotional interplay would have to be the result of some form of abuse. A woman loved has no need for scorn! A woman harmed is often carrying the spite or aggression aimed at her.
Maybe the saying ought to be, "Hell hath no fury like an abusive man" (or woman)"?
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