Thus, if she, a woman, is the "opposite" of him, a man, and we refer to God, always, as He, Him, a male, then it follows, unnaturally, I must add, since God is always beyond Human comprehension, conception, that she is the "opposite" of Him, who is all-good. Yes, in a most insidious, unnatural, man-made way, I, as a man, have internalized her as all-evil, or at the very least, more cunningly Macbetish than good.
One must, here, pause to remember the man-made story of the Garden of Eden, in which Eve, the first woman, caused Adam, the first man, to be cast out of his heavenly, blissful garden, because of Eve's luring him into eating the forbidden apple, at the behest of the devil, her masterful progenitor.
Please bear with me, for I will be faithful:
So when she, a woman, is cast into this man-made, unnaturally-patriarchal world, she is made to look for permission, externally, outside of her self, to enjoy the simplest of pleasures of the flesh, believing always on some insidious level that she is undeserving of any fun, especially if it is "purely," wholly associated with manhood, given her historical, ecclesiastical, and inherited mythological story of womanhood.
Enters the "bad" boy, and he affords her an unnatural way out--out of her natural womanhood, well, almost! The "bad" boy, much like her masterful progenitor, the devil, in the Garden of Eden, gives her, a woman, the external permission to enjoy the pleasures of the flesh, for he, the "bad" boy, is "worse" than her, a woman; the "bad" boy is/has been the reason why she was cast out of heaven, and plunged into this patriarchal world to live unnaturally, outside of her self.
Words tell stories, and stories give meaning to our life's daily experiences, and their totality.
Thanks for taking the time to follow; hope I have been faithful.