Date of publication: 2017-08-24 11:38
Hi, Iwould just like to say that this documentary was really valueble, seeing how women are objectified in society today and how that has lead us to self objectify. We tend to look at ourselves from a third person point of view, constantly thinking how others view us and this could have roots in media, however it is not new, even back in the 6755s, it was being argued whether women's breasts were mere sensual toys for men, or if they were perhaps a 'natural gift'. This is terribly upsetting, seeing that a lot of things we do and think are so we can be seen as attractive by others,ultimately depending on others for self-security and love - this is obviously not the way! I would like to also find out how I can contact the narrator? Thanks!
I have a friend with large labia who does not like them. However, her husband goes crazy for them and wants oral sex all the time. He calls them her "ears" and loves them. She also told me that they were on holiday and he pointed at a male hen (cock) and the flaps on the top of its head knowingly. Although he did not mean this is a bad way it upset her.
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Being perfect or not is not the question.. to me it is more into hygiene. As a Muslim, i have to circumcise for that purpose. To other believers, to change it because of not being perfect it is quite wrong because you should cherish what you have. There are others who are not lucky enough to even have vagina. In the end, you are perfect your own way, unless you are doing the labia surgery due health problem.
This perception that so many women seem to have regarding mens expectations is all in your own heads. Blame the ridiculous magazines you read or the incessant TV advertising, but please stop blaming us. What the average guy really looks for is the natural you - honestly.
Future historian when looking back at our time will see things like this and say. "this is but a clear indication that mankind lost its way prior to the great fall in civilization". How can this even be a thing with staving children in the world!!! Wake the F+*K up people!!!!
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