Power. That's what Stormy Daniels has plenty of. Most recently she has leveraged it with an ultimatum to her alleged sexual partner - U.S. president Donald Trump. Essentially, that's about returning the $130k in order to share the visuals allegedly associated with that encounter of the carnal kind.
Infinite number of earning opportunities. That's also in the future for Daniels. There will be offers to do books, endorse products/services, and maybe even host a reality show.
Influence. Someone will canonize her the ambassador for total truth in how women are used and often abused in a stealth mode.
Those of us who never envisioned that kind of career path likely feel quite foolish.
Back in high school, when we were equipped to do a Daniels, no one in authority described that option to us.
Every start of every semester, the guidance counselor hustled us into the cafeteria. The importance of taking the hard courses (four years of math), getting good grades, and being prepared to write a brilliant personal essay on our college admission application - all that was hammered.
Weekly, our homeroom teacher rallied us "not to fall by the wayside." That meant not making the honor roll. You needed to be an honors student to be admitted to the college of your choice.
I never had access to the kind of power, wealth, and influence Daniels does. I never will.
It's not unthinkable: We good girls should file a class action lawsuit against the authority figures at our former high schools for misleading advertising on how the world really works.
Maybe another defendant in that litigation should be the Roman Catholic Church. When I, a Catholic until I was 23 years ago, had the opportunity to create textual content for soft porn I couldn't do it. My neighbor, who grew up Protestant, could and made a bundle.
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