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Herstory Introductions

A closer look at Episode 1 'Introductions' Tyrone Ross's The Gorgon Medusa Herstory.
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Medusa is described as either a serpent woman slithering about to steal looks from men or an oversexed demon woman, who like the sirens, lure men to their doom...Neither one of these is correct however according to her.

Medusa is described as either a serpent woman slithering about to steal looks from men or an oversexed demon woman, who like the sirens, lure men to their doom...Neither one of these is correct however according to her.

Medusa on the exile island. She desperately tried to seek help from anyone who landed on the exile island but realized the effort was futile.

Medusa on the exile island. She desperately tried to seek help from anyone who landed on the exile island but realized the effort was futile.

Mercenaries, soldiers, and fortune seekers slowly descended upon the island to take Medusa's head as a trophy.

Mercenaries, soldiers, and fortune seekers slowly descended upon the island to take Medusa's head as a trophy.

A graveyard of petrified warriors was her legacy but this changed the day she was savagely and brutally beheaded.

A graveyard of petrified warriors was her legacy but this changed the day she was savagely and brutally beheaded.

After coming back from the dead, life became a very precious gift to her, one to be guarded fiercely.

After coming back from the dead, life became a very precious gift to her, one to be guarded fiercely.

If the world only knew what she was truly capable of, the entire world would possibly bow at her feet.

If the world only knew what she was truly capable of, the entire world would possibly bow at her feet.

She is still alive today...and you never know, if you see a beautiful brunette walking with grace and class, you might just be looking at Medusa herself!

She is still alive today...and you never know, if you see a beautiful brunette walking with grace and class, you might just be looking at Medusa herself!