Maureen held the skull of the man Dulina had shot. The story was well known and Maureen felt lucky to have been brought home by the infamous warrior. Dulina had told her the story at the bar even though she didn’t have to. She had every intention of going home with her once they had made eye contact…she didn’t need to be sold. But now, with the skull in her hand, she was struggling to imagine the threat. How is it that these “men” once posed such a threat to the existence of women that they would need to be all but made extinct?