i’ll show you therapeutic dose

i’ve got some suck for you to cock on.

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wickedvegas2point0:

www.HeyWicked.com             We are having a sale at the HeyWicked toy store. Once you get your toys, write a review and send it to me and I will give you a special coupon code for 20% off for the rest of the 2014! We have a GREAT selection of Ball Gags (HOT blonde sold separately) here!
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Thank you for shopping with us!
xoxox Licks & Kisses
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wickedvegas2point0:

www.HeyWicked.com
             We are having a sale at the HeyWicked toy store. Once you get your toys, write a review and send it to me and I will give you a special coupon code for 20% off for the rest of the 2014!
We have a GREAT selection of Ball Gags (HOT blonde sold separately) here!

WickedVegas Toy Store Ball Gags

Thank you for shopping with us!

xoxox
Licks & Kisses

xx *´¨)
x ¸.•´¸.•*´¨)¸.•*¨)
(¸.•´ (¸.•` Wicked

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glamsexydark:

Come.
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daddydarkside:

Whomever gets the other person off first wins. And now that I have grabbed your throat I have a feeling I am going to win…

daddydarkside:

Whomever gets the other person off first wins. And now that I have grabbed your throat I have a feeling I am going to win…

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Elana Adler

You Are My Duchess

Brooklyn-based artist Elana Adler uses the traditional craft of an embroidery sampler to outline the crude things said to her by street harassers. The series is titled You Are My Duchess, and features small, decorative pieces of needlework (which historically feature bible stories or other imagery) that say some negative, disgusting things. Adler stores each saying in an elaborate frame, and writes in her artist statement:

This series of thirty-two (plus) samplers is intended to be provocative and evoke emotion. It is a contemporary feminist interpretation of women’s work and an objectification of my personal experience. Each captures a moment, giving these words a visual presence, a power, and a state of concreteness. These words were hurled casually and heard quickly but required hours of time-consuming, careful stitching.
The physically delicate, traditionally feminine, form of the piece engages the viewer and confronts him/ her with a sweetness that may mask its crassness and vulgarity.