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While there's only so many directions that you can go with tattoos, the body modification world is always coming up with new and more extreme procedures. The piercing community particular has stepped up it's game over the last several decades by showing the mainstream more and more unusual methods of poking holes into human skin. We've collected some of our favorite wild and wacky piercings that you won't believe exist in the gallery below and it's time you took a peek at what's out there. We bet at least one of these modifications will blow your mind and maybe you'll be inspired to book your next appointment with a local piercer.
Tanya. Age: 24. If you make me your choice, you will primarily get to enjoy yourself in the companion of a beautiful, intelligent young girl.
This 12-year-old's viral coming out is the latest example of queer Mormon resistance
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In May, Savannah Mashable is withholding her last name for privacy came out to her Utah congregation during a testimony — a public declaration of faith and belief. Given the Mormon church's complicated and often oppressive view of same-sex desire and attraction, coming out was a risk that took courage well beyond her years. They did not mess up when they gave me freckles or when they made me to be gay. Savannah's bold testimony was captured on video taken by family friends, and has since gone viral a month later.
Marta Lolita. Age: 22. Hello my name is Marta. I am a true lolita, I have 18 years and body of a teenager girl. I am eager to meet you,i have learned a few things but I want to learn many more with you. I learn quickly if you are willing to teach me;)
20,000 lesbians in the desert: welcome to the Dinah, a world without men
Stereotyping is a necessary evil. Stereotyping simplifies complex information so our brains can easily understand it, reducing the amount of processing we go through when seeing or meeting new people That said, it also causes us to generalize. I've probed the data to see if the old lines about U-Hauling, lesbian bed death and others had any statistical sway. The results were surprising. A U-Haul.
Instead, I would say Indian films bring to mind song and dance numbers, bright colors, melodrama, slapstick humor, and a lot of romance—the overwhelming majority of it, of course, between a man and a woman. Their loves and lives have long been a part of Indian history and Indian cinema. Here are four wonderful films made by Indian filmmakers that put queer Indian women and their stories at the forefront. The film follows two women, Radha Shabana Azmi and Sita Nandita Das , two sister-in-laws trapped not only in unsatisfying arranged marriages with a pair of brothers but under the same crowded, stuffy roof in New Delhi, where they tend to household chores and a paralyzed mother-in-law. They bond over the difficulties that lace both their lives; Radha and her husband Ashok Kulbhushan Kharbanda share a sexless marriage.