Re: Female Nudity
Posted By: Ras Howard Henry In Response To: Re: Female Nudity (RasPaul Motingwa II)
Date: Monday, 9 April 2012, at 2:30 a.m.
In Response To: Re: Female Nudity (RasPaul Motingwa II)
BLOOD FROM I PERSPECTIVES,I DNT THINK THE EASIER FOR MALES TERM GOES FOR EVERY MAN,ITS MORE LIKE A CONNECTION TO SOME,IT DEPENDS ON THE THINGS ABOUT WOMAN THAT ELECTRIFIED THE SEXUAL HEIGHTS IN SUCH MALES,
FOR CERTAIN MEN IF UR WOMAN HAVE A FLAT ASS YOU DONT HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT HIM INVADING YOUR PREMISES,BUT IF HER ASS IS AS ROUND AS THOSE 2012 BENZ THEN YOU HAVE TO PUT LIVE CURRENT AROUND YOUR PROPERTY.
FOR WOMEN ITS THE SAME THING SHE ALREADY HAVE IN HER MIND THE THINGS ABOUT A MALE THAT AROUSED HER DRIVES SO WHENEVER SHE SEE A MAN WITH SUCH SHE IS ALSO SEXUALLY MOTIVATED FOR THAT MAN,SHE MAY NOT SHOEW THE EVIDENCE AS MEN DO,BUT THAT DOES NOT CHANGE THE FACT.
SOME WOMEN IF A MAN IS SLIM SHE WILL NEVER FEEL SEXUALLY TOWARD HIM BUT WHEN SHE SEE THE BIG BELLY MAN SHE DO WHATEVER TO GET HIS ATTENTION.THIS MIGHT SOUND FUNNY TO YOU BUT EVEN UGLYNESS IS A SEX MOTIVATION FOR SOME,IF A MAN DNT UGLY CERTAIN WOMAN DNT HEVE THE SEX URGE FOR THEM SAME WITH SOME MEN IF WOMAN NOT UGLY HIS SEX URGES WILL STILL BE SZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ... AND REMEMBER THESE COMMENTS IS FROM MY PERSPECTIVES.
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