"It was an act that could be performed in tenderness, as a seal of love, or in contempt, as a symbol of humiliation and conquest. It could be the act of a lover or the act of a soldier violating an enemy woman. He did it as an act of scorn. Not as love, but as defilement. And this made her lie still and submit. One gesture of tenderness from him--and she would have remained cold, untouched..."
Howard Roark and Dominique Francon...what more do I really have to say? There are very few books that I can claim meant something in my life. In fact, there were only two, including this one. Ayn Rand, I would like to say you are sacred, but it might mean more if I just say...you're an incredibly selfish woman. ;P
I don't own the book Fountainhead and I don't own the movie adapted from it. I don't own the song. I simply own the selfish ability that enabled me to make this video. ;P