Everts is contacted by the Morton Downey Jr. Show. She knows it's a snake
pit for women, and declines, saying, "I'm not ready to do the show
yet. But I'll get ready, and will let you know."
There were reasons why any woman in entertainment, especially the sex trade, would wilt at the thought of the Downey Show. He was brutal to women and he demolished sex-trade workers. One of his first shows featured three porno women. After he vented his spleen on them, two of them walked off the show, while the third sat there crying. Kellie heard about this, and was determined to stand up to Morton Downey Jr. and resist the devil.
few days before the appointed show, Kellie was lying in bed almost asleep.
She had been reading a book by Andrea Dworkin which had a chapter on St.
Joan of Arc. Andrea Dworkin said that the reason the men wanted St. Joan
to wear a dress instead of pants is that they were raping her there, in
jail, in chains, and pants made it difficult. The Catholic high-up churchmen
raped her. This infuriated Kellie, and she fell asleep thinking about
it. Suddenly there was a brilliant light inside her head. It startled
was that?" she asked rhetorically.
"It was me," a voice inside her said. "Joan of Arc. I came to give you my courage."
(To be continued...)
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