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tinwindow rare use of #1977 while I'm on my tour of peeing detroit 2014 1w

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tinwindow here I am at #mcdonalds 1w
  •   myra22here Wow like it! Check out my bio ;) 1w

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tinwindow hibernation looks 4w

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tinwindow when I went out to my truck after work I found this shriveled old piece of pizza tucked between my spare tire and back wiper. so deep 4w

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tinwindow I would be ok here 2mon

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2mon tinwindow
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tinwindow it smells exactly like you think it does #axebodyspray 2mon

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tinwindow #bliss from the sun 2mon

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tinwindow #annielennox is amazing and so right on here. nudity, generally presented for MALE pleasure, isn't necessarily empowering. 2mon
  •   thrvd Dude im sayinggggg 2mon
  •   thrvd Y is it empowering to glorify the already condemning constant sexual assocation with the woman's body? "Feminism" is so messy 2mon
  •   tinwindow @thrvd totally co-sign that. women currently aren't treated as HUMANS, we are commented on/ogled/appreciated for our beauty first and foremost and that is total bullshit. I'm tired of guys that toe this line too. Stop telling women they're beautiful and start appreciating them for their other qualities. I don't care what anyone's exterior looks like because we are at a point where we can be evolved beyond that and I've always felt dissociated from my physical form because it is just that and nothing more. 2mon
  •   thrvd Yes exactly. And girls are too strung up on glamour to even reconsider. Identity crises everywhere. A beautiful, necessary time however. Glad to be alive :D 2mon
  •   robperry_ @tinwindow it is so true that it all comes from a place of male expectations/standards. You are twerking or showing your ass to express yourself or even give men 'the middle finger/I don't care what you think' kind of vibe...it all comes from Hetero-normative, male dominated societal expectations. You actually look like an idiot and lose respect from both men and women if you behave like this and are also sexualizing your personal character. I do not know why more people don't bring this up or notice it. Definitely should not be associated with feminism in any such way. 2mon
  •   robperry_ @tinwindow there is nothing wrong with beauty - of course beauty is a great thing. However people need to understand the cultural context 2mon
  •   tinwindow agreed - twerking doesn't equal feminism. I think it's more worthy of discussion/attention when it's a non conventional (ie white,skinny) woman doing the provocation, bc it's the non heteronormative reactions I'm interested in. attractive women on film are a dime a dozen and do nothing to further any dialogue. Beauty is great but it doesn't actually mean much beyond eliciting a predictable reaction from its viewers. it's all fascinating either way ! 2mon
  •   _sincerelyash I don't agree with Anne. 2mon

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