The same goes for this last situation that I found myself in. Regardless of the socio-economic status of the parties involved, I think that if I take reasonable precautions about privacy, I can express what I thought might have been going on with this last bad, unavailable woman deal that I had no choice but to negotiate my way through.
What I mean by retaliation would fall under the category of trying to do something that would hurt this person or these persons that I think were all involved. The last time I did that was when I portrayed the antagonists in Richy Vegas Comics #4; "Anita You're the Reason I'm Not In Prison," as victims of the Whitman massacre in issue number 1 of that same comic book. I've since taken issue #1 off the market, because the aggrieved parties seemed to find it so hurtful. But, and this is big, I'm still selling issue #4, which goes into what I found so hurtful about their behaviors towards me in the first place by telling my side of what actually happened.
In Feeling Good, by Dr. David Burns, he flat out advises against retaliating against someone that the reader feels may have wronged him or her. He says that the party that one retaliates against won't feel as if they deserve to be treated that way, and they may not even understand the why of it. I have totally found this to be true in my dealings with so many women who have gone adversarial on me to some degree or another.
Will I produce a work of art that goes into what I think might have been going on since the beginning of the year? I have a lot on my plate right now in the way of stuff that I want to produce with my art and music, so it would be awhile. Anyhow, I think that the blog posts from the beginning of this year tell enough of a story by themselves.