Discussion in 'Free Range' started by HBC, Jun 20, 2014.
Please to be enjoying of this blog post about modesty.
I wasn't sure which direction that post was going to go at first.
Boo! Account suspended? Is there a cached version?
I got the same message. Boo hiss.
I got this:
I got Resource Limit Reached.
I couldn't copy-paste the pictures as well, but this was full of eye-candy. I understand the struggle ...
13. Holding a puppy while looking pensive
Oops, sorry ! Got distracted by my lustful thoughts.
Yeah, there's no mention of puppies or babies.
14. Walking with a puppy
15. Doing anything with a baby, especially a cute one
Also, add holding kittens to that list.
Haha this is awesome. I've always hated that argument that men just can't help themselves. OK so you can't control your emotions so I'm supposed to do it for you? I saw something circulating FB of a nude girl in the street holding a sign in front of her nether parts that read "STILL not 'asking for it'" and I was like YEAH GO YOU!
Here you go...he's in a suit and holding kittens:
Love it! I want to buy this woman a drink.
I presume there will be lots of discussion of gender conformity here, so I thought I'd share this:
http://www.thefrisky.com/2014-06-17/sou ... in-makeup/
It seems ignorant, unnecessarily hurtful, and worse, unconstitutional. Poor kid.
Omg, I would murder.
Pina, that's downright pornographic. Put a spoiler tag or something. My brain can't handle that much surprise lust. Honey, yeah that DMV office (?) is setting itself up for a lawsuit. Beth Parks is not the smartest spokesperson especially with the story going national.
haha my bad! I really want to snuggle those kitties.
What a crock a shit. If they are going to have him take off his makeup because it looks like he's wearing a disguise they they need to have every woman take off her make up because women can literally make themselves look like a different person with some good contouring.
Yeah, I'm fine with them requesting the removal of heavy makeup, but it's not like they ever asked a woman to do so.
I'm not. I think that, generally, DMV and passport photos are a pretty terrible representation of what people look like on a daily basis. If a person who wears makeup every day is asked to take it off for their ID photo, it looks even less like them. That's bad for law enforcement, facial recognition software, and of course the citizens themselves.
I look exactly like my picture