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"The other night, that night I met you at the hotel, I was with a woman. Somebody's mother. Her husband didn't care about her any more. This woman hadn't had an orgasm in maybe 10 years. It took me three hours to get her off. For a while there, I didn't think I was gonna be able to do it. When it was over, I felt like I'd done something, something worthwhile. Who else would've taken the time or cared enough to do it right?"
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It wastrue. Most of them had only to take another look at him to see that he couldnot have any other name. The more stubborn among them, who were the youngest,still lived for a few hours with the illusion that when they put his clothes onand he lay among the flowers in patent leather shoes his name might be Lautaro.But it was a vain illusion. There had not been enough canvas, the poorly cutand worse sewn pants were too tight, and the hidden strength of his heartpopped the buttons on his shirt. After midnight the whistling of the winddied down and the sea fell into its Wednesday drowsiness. The silence put anend to any last doubts: he was Esteban. The women who had dressed him, who hadcombed his hair, had cut his nails and shaved him were unable to hold back ashudder of pity when they had to resign themselves to his being dragged alongthe ground. It was then that they understood how unhappy he must have been withthat huge body since it bothered him even after death. They could see him inlife, condemned to going through doors sideways, cracking his head on crossbeams,remaining on his feet during visits, not knowing what to do with his soft,pink, sea lion hands while the lady of the house looked for her most resistantchair and begged him, frightened to death, sit here, Esteban, please, and he,leaning against the wall, smiling, don't bother, ma'am, I'm fine where I am,his heels raw and his back roasted from having done the same thing so manytimes whenever he paid a visit, don't bother, ma'am, I'm fine where I am, justto avoid the embarrassment of breaking up the chair, and never knowing perhapsthat the ones who said don't go, Esteban, at least wait till the coffee'sready, were the ones who later on would whisper the big boob finally left, hownice, the handsome fool has gone. That was what the women were thinking besidethe body a little before dawn. Later, when they covered his face with ahandkerchief so that the light would not bother him, he looked so forever dead,so defenseless, so much like their men that the first furrows of tears openedin their hearts. It was one of the younger ones who began the weeping. Theothers, coming to, went from sighs to wails, and the more they sobbed the morethey felt like weeping, because the drowned man was becoming all the moreEsteban for them, and so they wept so much, for he was the more destitute, mostpeaceful, and most obliging man on earth, poor Esteban. So when the menreturned with the news that the drowned man was not from the neighboringvillages either, the women felt an opening of jubilation in the midst of theirtears. 'Praise theLord,' they sighed, 'he's ours!'
One of the more significant features that appeared to be absent from the release version of No Man's Sky was its multiplayer capabilities. Hello Games had stated during development that No Man's Sky would include multiplayer elements, though the implementation would be far from traditional methods as one would see in a massively multiplayer online game, to the point where Murray has told players to not think of No Man's Sky as a multiplayer game. Because of the size of the game's universe, Sean Murray estimated that more than 99.9% of the planets would never be explored by players, and that the chance of meeting other players through chance encounters would be "incredibly slim". Murray had stated in a 2014 interview that No Man's Sky would include a matchmaking system that is similar to that used for Journey when such encounters do occur; each online player would have an "open lobby" that any players in their in-universe proximity would enter and leave. This approach was envisioned to provide "cool moments" for players as they encounter each other, but not meant to support gameplay like player versus environment or fully cooperative modes. According to Murray in 2018, Hello Games had worked to try to keep this light multiplayer element in the game through the final part of their development cycle, but found that it was very difficult to include, and opted to remove it for the game's release, believing that with the size of the game's universe, only a few players would end up experiencing it.
FOX: Most of all, you should be a stay-at-home mom. And from very young - also, frankly, secretly pushed by my mom - I never wanted that. I wanted to be somebody, and I wanted to do something out of the box. I think, when I was a kid, I wanted to be an archaeologist. And then I wanted to travel and write. And I wanted to be a lawyer. Anyhow, here were people that were saying the box is no good. And I already knew the box was no good. You know, marriage, homemaking looked terrible to me. So they were confirming what I already knew. And I know, as an adult, people are saying, well, how could a 13-year-old feel like that? We forget how smart we are when kids - as kids. So here I was. They were telling me of a world that I wanted and believed in. The structures are bad. It was 1973. Marriage is bad.
FOX: You know, it's funny. I've been asked that before. And I think, as adults, we think always anything like this is a cry for help. But honestly, when I dig into my own self and go back, I think that I was doing what I've done all my life in using storytelling to try to make sense of something I didn't understand. I don't think I wanted the adults to find out. Frankly, I was terrified that the adults who I saw as bumbling and people that would make messes of things would actually find out about this and force me to do something that I didn't want to do.
FOX: I think if we back up, we have to understand that, as a kid, I was very smart, and I had been trained like all children in the art of exchange. If you do this for me, I'll give you that. And kids are basically - I think we destroy souls of children by making them like good dogs of jumping through hoops. Behave and I'll give you a lollipop. So basically, for me, in the big picture, the sexuality, which was horrible from beginning to end for me - and it's not for all kids that are sexually abused, but for me, it was not comfortable, not pleasurable. I did throw up. It was simply, OK, I can do this because what I'm getting back is attention and love.
FOX: I think we - this is me. I think it behooves us to understand the delusions that predators have in order to be able to stop it, in order to be able to change that people act like this. These are delusions, just like I deluded myself that it was love for 30 years. You know, we have to begin to really understand the psychology of it in order to change it.
FOX: Not overtly in that way. It was implicit. It was all implicit. I don't think it's in the film, but when the real Mrs. G brought me to him the first time, she was like - you know, she asked me - I think she said something like, you know, Bill would like to spend nights with you or - not nights, but have you overnight. He would like to have time with you like I have time with you. He thinks it's not fair that I get all the time with you. But you know we can't tell your parents. Actually, that is in the film. And you know we can't tell Dr. G that you are - I'm taking you to Bill. And I got that. You know, those adults were always not to be trusted - my parents, the teachers - so...
And I think it was two hours later, I woke up. I was totally fine, and it was just totally fine in a way that I had never experienced - to be that sick and that fine. And I just literally, like, walked, you know, to the mirror in my house, I remember, and looked in the mirror and said, I can't do this anymore to myself. There was no words attached to why. There was no, oh, this is abuse. None of that. I just - this is it. I'm finished. And that evening, you know, I went into the living room in the dark - you know, very dim lit living room and called Bill - the real Bill. And he was devastated. You know, he was trying to figure out any way to keep the relationship going. And then I called Mrs. G, and her reaction was quite different. It was very clear that she knew the edge they had stepped over and was scared to me.
GROSS: I wonder if he was scared, too, if part of the hurt that he was expressing to you - you know, oh, you're breaking my heart, all that kind of, you know - I can't live without you - those kinds of lines that he was telling you - if part of that was kind of code for, you'd better not tell anybody because if you break up with me - if you're disillusioned with me, maybe you're going to tell your parents; maybe they'll go to the police; maybe I'll lose my job. Do you think there was this kind of, like, fear underlying that?
FOX: Oh, I think you can be because one of the characteristics of predators like this is that they feel above the law. He was not that worried, frankly. I think he was such a big man. Remember, again, 1973 - he was a man above the law. He had, you know, major international awards, major international coaching, major international university. You know, this was not his fear as I see it.
FOX: So the problem was make the film or out him. And I chose to make the film because I think it's the best use of my energy, frankly - because there are no witnesses. It's my word against his. Nobody else was in the room with me when these things occurred. So there's no proof. There's no prosecution right now. Yes, maybe there's healing, and I think that's a beautiful point you are making - for other women to realize I'm not alone. And maybe that will still happen because he won't be on this planet forever and very - you know, he has a clock on him like everybody. And he will die, and maybe, at that point, I can name who it was. And then maybe we can have that healing. 041b061a72