Roxi: “Toyma” by Matiss
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Chrissy Marie: The fun girl. Source: Twistys
Nikky again. In a less classy pose, because we’ve been a bit overly harmless tonight.
Source: Club Sandy
Fergie. Probably one of the most beautiful girls here so far.
Britney Spring: sometimes a delicate necklet makes a harmless nudie picture really hot. Source: DDF
Vivien L demonstrating a blowjob technique I’d love to look at much more often. Carefully exploring the glans, licking it like an ice cone, and as you can see it makes her lover quite happy. As I’ve already said: please show much more of this! Source: DDF
So the MySpy user database has been hacked: several gigabytes of user data are online and available for everybody now. But it doesn’t make any sense: these data are from people who were already spied out at. Making these data publicly available makes these people victims for the second time.
That was the Protein World’s question in an advertisement for its weight-loss products a few weeks ago. The rage about that advertisement (depicting an attractive and, of course, trim blonde) was like no other: more that 40.000 people signed a petition for removing
all posters. And bazillions of Twitter fools were helpful amplifiers, as always, when it’s about getting angry about something without using one’s brain too much. So a new concept of an enemy emerges: it’s the thin woman. The win woman puts pressure on the rest of the female world that’s less thin; the thin woman, a cryptofascist weapon against fat women’s comfort zone. And since thin women are usually considered more attractive than not so thin women, they are men’s accomplices in their sexist war against the normal woman. It has to be, there is no doubt. Okay, so this year the thin woman is at fault for the war in Syria, IS, the epidemics in Africa – until we have found other enemies next year. And there will be a new campaign, a new hashtag, and lots of outrage. Be there!
Cindy Hope and Cipriana
Cindy Hope and Cipriana: do it slowly. Source: 21sex Continue reading
Wagner. For whatever reason the Tannhäuser theme doesn’t go out of my head, and I even don’t like this music. Maybe it’s because of the ongoing protests against demolition of an old station building and the cutting of too many trees in favour of Stuttgart’s (Germany) new, bright, shiny central station. The city is filled with protesters, many of them inhabitants, mostly middle-class. Obviously a mass movement, but the responsible politicians are willing to take drastic measures. As one of them said: If mothers with children obstruct police forces, they have to be carried away by force. Bad times for the friends of old buildings and trees. Germany in the 21st century. Source: Private