Grupa Desdemona by Kai Kennedy


Satisfied Ladies Win

There are countless stories about hotwives, starlets, and various beauties enjoying the pleasures of interracial sex, but never anything about everyday women. Nothing ever said about the odd shaped, unattractive, unsexy, middle-aged, and often unappreciated. Ladies that are socially underrated, women unnoticed and passed by in public and private.

The women of Grupa Desdemona used their personal knowledge and professional qualifications to form a group that allowed them to exercise their sexual freedom and conduct racially motivated business efforts to support their cause. While experienced with the strong disapproval of uncontrolled and open interracial relating, the ladies of Grupa Desdemona refused to let hardships and racial bigotry prevent them from gaining their desired pleasures and enjoying the satisfaction they needed.

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Excerpt from Grupa Desdemona © Copyright 2024 Kai Kennedy

Satiata Dominium Vincere

(Satisfied Ladies Win)

Leah, along with Carol, Amanda, and Camille, decided to form a group that would help them enjoy their interracial interests and improve their financial wellbeing before their civil retirements from government. They knew if done correctly their endeavor would be a win-win for all involved.

They decided that they would call their group Grupa Desdemona. This was a conscious choice based upon the premise of the Shakespearean play Othello, and its theme of fatal deception against a woman for choosing to enjoy an interracial union.

Their group was a tribute to the play’s heroine, Desdemona, as a matter of spite against her male family, spurned admirers, and an envious common white woman that conspired to bring about her downfall and murder. They did this by interfering with Othello’s sense of manhood through actions they knew would mess with his reason, make him jealous, and make him believe Desdemona had betrayed him for another, with racial undertones included in creation of the fatal lie.

Leah and her friends knew that from an objective study of the play and its roots, the overwhelming focus on Euro or white fear and anger at interracial relations dating back to the sixteenth century would be clear. Also, the unfavorable opinion of women and the need to control them. From this perspective of Othello, the true villain, Iago, was a white man who was bitter about not gaining a promotion, openly showed his negative opinion of women, did not trust his wife, plotted against a comrade, sneakily envious of his boss, and planned to create disharmony and ruin Desdemona’s marriage to Othello.

Desdemona’s father, Brabantio, disapproved of her choice after publicly praising Othello, showing his racial bias, and talked negatively about her to Othello once he grudgingly approved the marriage.

Even Desdemona’s handmaiden, Emilia, the wife of Iago, kept quiet about the evil plan and helped Iago carry out his devious plot to ruin Desdemona’s marriage that brought about her own death.

Desdemona found Othello very fit and handsome even though he was much older than she was. Desdemona admired him and loved him for who he was and respected his exploits and steadfastness as a man. While those in authority and title praised his skill and experience, they did not want him marrying Desdemona, a white debutant of society.

The overwhelming analysis and focus of the play had always been on Othello’s murder of Desdemona, as a revelation of an imminent fatal flaw in the character of Othello, rather than a desperate act only made possible by the malicious steering of those disapproving and envious of their marriage. It was also believed that Desdemona’s family was related to or directly involved with the Venetian Black Nobility, the hidden powerbrokers of the world at that time.

All these things reveal the discriminatory nature of the story and the social norms it was based upon.

The women that formed Grupa Desdemona were a group of ordinary, plain, mature white women that had firsthand knowledge of how society was biased against black men. These women had their knowledge from personal experiences on how there was strong disapproval of uncontrolled and free interracial relating between black men and white women, regardless of the desires or wishes of the women involved. All the women were experienced with interracial sex and the hardships associated with white women like themselves seeking to enjoy what they needed. The women of the group would be best described as socially underrated, unappreciated, and not viewed as socially attractive, especially in their middle-aged existence.

The group consisted of women that were professional public servants that desperately wanted to exercise their sexual freedom. These women believed that in order to do so, conducting racially motivated socially engineered business would be the best route to support their cause. The women of the group believed in the logic of mature women cleverly using their career position and social privilege to their utmost advantage.

These women believed that with their combined knowledge, resources, and intent they would be able to successfully overcome the discriminatory subtle clandestine social agreements preventing them from enjoying their sexual satisfaction, recognition of attractiveness, and expansion of position. The women of the group based their success on four core tenets: career flexibility, sexual freedom, retirement security, and increasing the racial common good.

Sitting around the table in a private room, the twelve ladies of Grupa Desdemona were about to go over the bylaws of the group and vote on leadership. While it was already an agreed-upon consensus as to what duties each of the ladies would perform, it was best that things be put to a vote for the key officers of the group because structure was always needed for a solid foundation.

The group used the old structure of the council of Venice, or the Great Council, to elect a doge, in this case a dogaressa, to govern over the group as the chief administrator and official. The dogaressa, like the doge, was kept in check by the voting power of the group over decisions that ensured maintaining the group’s focus. To override decisions of the dogaressa required support from nine out of the remaining eleven members of the group.

Camille was the first to speak.

“Well, I hope everyone is comfortable so we can get started. Of course, rule one, has everyone given Yvonne their membership fee?”

“Oh Camille, you are so professional, I just know we’re going to be successful in this venture,” said Susan.

“Well, why don’t we have Leah start the meeting, since this is really her brainchild,” Carol piped up.

Leah smiled and welcomed the ladies of the group.

“Hello everyone. Most of us know each other, if only from brief meetings at conferences and such. All of us are here because we’ve agreed that the formation of this group will help us achieve many of the things we desire as mature professional women, ready to make our final mark in our life and careers.”

Amanda smirked. “Oh, I thought we were all here to remedy our cravings for the chocolate stick,” she said, making all the women laugh.

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