As National Women’s Day came and went last week, I realized my tremendous oversight in not publicly thanking women for all they have done for me in my life. As a serial killer who only kills women, there’s no way I could have gotten to where I am today without the help of women. Without women, I would have no career, because there would be no women for me to kill. It’s sad to think that without women I might have had some normal desk job, instead of doing what I love.

I’ve heard that some people out there don’t celebrate national women’s day because they don’t think women are as good as men, or maybe that they haven’t impacted the world in some important way. This is simply not the case. For me, women have always been better subjects than men, and as I stated before, they have dramatically affected my life for the betterment of my career.

I think my gratitude towards women stems from how I was raised. I would be remiss if I did not mention the impact my mother and other female role models have had on my life. They raised me to become who I am today and, concurrently, were my first victims. Without their initial inspiration, my life would have taken a completely separate path.

Thank you, women.

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