“A woman is a pure and immaculate sentence; a linguistic proposition that even if you remove the proper punctuation, she still stands as an elegant independent sentence, the only sentence that subverts all linguistic and grammatical rules. She does not need a male signifier or qualifier to positively assert her value and meaning, because her uniqueness, is already intrinsically defined by her “womb,” the quintessence of her femininity, synonymous with the birthing and the nurturing of humanity. And for that, regardless of who she is, she epitomizes grace, truth, goodness, and beauty, precisely of her ontological linguistic presence, as a sublime perfect sentence.
The Indefinable Woman: A Linguistic Thesis)”
― Danny Castillones Sillada