“Goldilocks and the Three Bears” is clearly an instruction manual for Black People which outlines what to do when and if a Caucasian female burglarizes their home, destroys their property, steals their food and commandeers their child’s bed. The Gynocentric Collective skillfully utilizes blatant character traits to personify Toxic Masculinity as bears and/or Beasts. In that, the mind behind the story can only be understood when one places the story in a Psycho-Historical context. Hence, the first narrative of “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” was written by a Mangina named Robert Southey. The fairy tale was published anonymously in 1837; (26) twenty-six years prior to the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. The original version of the story was nothing more than a pornographic tale of a White female having a Manajatwa with (3) three Black men, which are personified as Bears and/or Toxic Masculine Black Beasts. However, in the early 20th Century the (3) Three Bears (Black Male Beasts) evolved into Father Bear, Momma Bear and Baby Bear in order to transform a story about the gang rape of a Caucasian Female into a cozy, child and family friendly Fairy Tale. Dr. Bomani postulates, “One can tell a lot about the thoughts, feelings and hidden desires of an individual by deconstructing the individual’s creative product”. Deconstructing and/or backward engineering a creative product such as, “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” reveals the clever inner workings and thought processes of the Gynocracy. Thus, “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” reveals the quantifiable strategic measure manifested within the Gynocentric Collective and/or Feminist Plantation Frame of Reference.