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An ogre (feminine: ogress) is a large, cruel, monstrous and hideous humanoid monster, featured in mythology, folklore and fiction.
Ogres are often depicted in fairy tales and folklore as feeding on human beings, and have appeared in many classic works of literature.
The term is often applied in a metaphorical sense to disgusting persons who exploit, brutalize or devour their victims.
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…And, while Ogre’s are described as “fairytale” monsters, many women today live in fear of the real thing. Ogrish behavior and abuse at the hands of one who is suppose to love them, leads to post traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD) wherein the woman is constantly on egg shells.
Living every minute of the day in what I term a “daymare”…
While we all know about nightmares and their transcient nature…
living a daymare is a thing of true trauma.
Fear of any little noise, movement and even their own imagination, that at any minute horror will happen again.
What horror. What terror this is…truely worse than any nightmare or fairytale.
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