411 user(s) favorited this gallery
In America, as a general rule, men that wear a form-fitting swimsuit ending more than a couple of inches above the knee are considered flamboyant. Females, however, are mostly expected to wear bikinis or suits that are skin-tight and barely cover their buttocks. If a woman does not abide by this standard or any of a long list of others, that woman is considered to be uncouth. They(women) must paint on lips and eyes before work. They must wear a garment that lifts and enhances their breasts. Et cetera. Future generations may look back and find some of our standards odd. Enjoy Jazz Reilly in her shower. I am attempting to only take cold showers year-round. It can be painful at first, but once I get out, I feel like punching a horse. Who is with me?