Oh no! I’m not man’s property


This blog is dedicated to freeing up our masculine language. Woman does not have self identity because her word is attached to man.

Oh no! She is the property of his word.

Female is a totally unacceptable word. Don’t need the male part. Feme solves this problem. Human is exclusively a man’s word. Can’t you think of something better? Women are lacking independence from the word “men”.

It’s time to obtain our self-respect and dignity.

The United States Declaration of Independence fails to include all people, only men. Yuck!

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all “men” are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.

This has been called “one of the best-known sentences in the English language”, containing “the most potent and consequential words in American history”.

United States of America is a male dominated, sexist culture and it’s not the only one. The word “equality” does not appear anywhere in the United States Constitution.

These historical documents are non inclusive, sexist and blatantly wrong. Girls are not guys. You gals are being misspelled. Please don’t underestimate the power of words.

Flowers are a big part of my life and I like to include everyone in writing.


Reference: Wikipedia



Would I lie to you? Oh no!


Would I lie to you? Okay so let me explain! Vef might not be suitable to include in English language or any other language. However philosophy of this word opens my eyes to many incredible things. I often practice typing/reading vef in a sentence and I’m the first to admit that it doesn’t make a lot of sense. Well not always. Sometimes it’s easy to distinguish and makes good sense. If I juggle around the words I’m using and place them in correct order it works. Oh no, I most definitely wouldn’t lie to you baby. Ha!Ha!

Creative writing by, Michelle Voynet

YouTube Video: Charles & Eddie – Would I Lie To You (Naked Truth Mix Acapella) (Dj Rafa Burgos Video Edit) (1992)


The Language of Flowers


I’ve had a pocket-sized hardcover book in my top draw for eight years. It’s called ‘The Language of Flowers: Symbols and Myths’ written by Marina Heilmeyer.

I do like this book and often handle it and glance over the beautiful pages. I’m a simple person without any religious inclination so this book suits me just fine. Here are a few chosen lines from The Language of Flowers Symbols and Myths.

‘Flowers play a vital role as vehicles of expression. As declarations of love or as a gesture of thanks, as a means of conveying condolences or congratulations, flowers are often the most eloquent and direct means of communication. I enjoy the fascinating history and the symbolism of flowers.’

“Oh, Tiger-lily,” said Alice, addressing herself to one that was gracefully waving in the wind, “I wish you could talk!” “We can talk,” said Tiger-lily, “when there’s anybody worth talking to.”

I’ve selected a flower from the book to highlight on this blog due to its wonderful characteristics.

Punica granatum

Sensual love and passion, fertility and immortality; intellectual ability and creative power; a symbol of compassion; an aphrodisiac.

Okay! I’m an author with a passion for gender equality. My work is all about good reading and writing.

Bye, Vef 🙂


Staying alive and breathing


I’d like to share these chosen words of wisdom. Sometimes life is too much and breathing is the last thing I want to do. But I just have to keep on staying alive. So I’ll take a deep breath and enjoy the aroma of lovely pink flowers.

You are a conscious living entity
The purpose of all life is to breathe
Just like a bird flying in the sky
An animal walking on dry land
A fish swimming in clear water
Or a plant growing in rich soil
You share a common life purpose
To constantly breathe in and out.

When things go wrong as they often do
Be assured that every day is a new beginning
It brings with it many unique possibilities
So take a deep breath and start again
Life is always worth living.

Quote by Venus Mystique
“I’m going to stay alive until I run out of breath and then I’ll die.”

Sometimes I repeat myself over and over again especially when I’m writing. Always end up with the same words on my blog. Thinking of another word can take hours and hours. Ha!Ha!

Creative writing, Vef