EVIL CORN MASK LMFAO WHO WOULD THINK OF THIS
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CORN IS NEITHER EVIL NOR SEXY WHERE ARE PEOPLE GETTING THESE IDEAS FROM
the terror of the midwest
The evolution of Halloween costumes for girls…
this is really important
I was gonna originally put up three of each but realised how I’d have to cut and paste every single one.
Hence why I’m putting this as a very small example of how you can find “not-sexy” costumes for women.
Also, I can tell that a couple of them come from lingerie costume sites like Yandy and foreplaycatalogue. So like… Don’t nitpick.
Ofcourse! It is Pingura77. I want to see our dragons having sex : D
I will create life! I'll show all of you!
aparently this is from monster high but try and tell me that this isn’t a 20 year old obnoxious twink medic
I looked it up, and apparently this is Frankie Stein’s time-travel grandfather. As in, Victor Frankenstein. This could not get any more perfect.
teratomarty, I think you’d get a kick out of this.
Hi! Concept of your game is semmiliar to any other MMO I played before. Overall art style of the game is beautiful and clean. However the main issue with it is all that booboo fest. I’m tired of thouse sexy lady armour, it becomes super tiresome…. The lore of the game couldv been better.
Shikhandi and Other Stories They Don’t Tell You
Patriarchy asserts men are superior to women, Feminism clarifies women and men are equal, Queerness questions what constitutes male and female.
In his latest book, “Shikhandi and Other Tales They Don’t Tell You”, mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik explores the various stories revolving around queer topics that were a part of ancient Indian history but are seemingly and conveniently forgotten in the current society.
Contrasting the popular belief in present day Indian society, that queerness and the LGBT+ community should be condemned and denounced as they go against the culture, traditions and history of India and are nothing but a Western corruption, Devdutt Pattanaik draws upon various Hindu oral myths as well as sacred texts which narrate tales of homosexual relationships, trans and intersex identities and other MOGII groups amongst not only humans, demigods and spirits but also Gods and Goddesses who constantly challenge the normative stances on gender roles and identities.