Finally, at least for this post, we review the case of the sadistic Margaux Tocci. Margaux, another 19 year-old, is a physically attractive former cheerleader who lured her ex-boyfriend to a dark New Jersey parking lot, where her current boyfriend and his friend awaited the arrival of the "ex" with a baseball bat and metal pipe. When the "ex" arrived, he was brutally attacked and beaten by the two men, as Margaux watched and cheered the beating on. After the assault was over, Margaux happily jumped into the car with the two assailants and left her "ex" lying on the ground, a bloody, beaten mess. She was so happy about the night's events that she couldn't stop smiling long enough for the police to take her mug shot.
No doubt, these are some intense cases of women who sought and provoked extreme violence between men, or at least sought to sexually connect with men who have committed gruesome violence. Obviously, each of these instances resulted in horrific consequences for the victims, heartbreak for their families and appropriately, severe legal punishment for the perpetrators. But one has to question how many women out there have the propensity for these types of acts? How many women make a connection between such violence and arousal? How many women make the connection between male violence and their own arousal, but would never provoke an actual violent act, instead just enjoying it in the "abstract" or in theory? There are many questions that these cases raise, and so very few answers.