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One hour booking with Miss GIGI and Dave Stryker started out with GIGI some light domination as bull entered immediately took control of my mind and body. On my knees praising his thick beautiful c*** as it slid in and out of GIGI juicy ***** I could do nothing but wait watching very hard to contain myself I’m such a sub I’m sweating loving every minute there so so hot.. every minute I’m so nervous. . Bull grabs my head and forces me on him GIGI is motioning my head with her fingernails clawed in my hair back and forth I’m gonna explode he’s so big it barely fits. GIGI pulls my hot pathetic mouth off him and spits in my face reminding me of my role things turned and I started getting spankings for enjoying myself too much I couldn’t help it they are so hot.. I’m wimpering in the corner as juices fly and splash my face. I’m a bad boy I love this writing it all out reminds me. One last vigourous thrust into GIGI hot dripping pussy he explodes his hot load all over her engorded clit and lips thick hot sweet cum drenched her and finally Im able to taste his sweet cumz. I eagerly clean up and bury my face between her shaking legs. Hoping I’m being a good boy and get every drop. They laugh at me. I look up and they are Deep tongue kissing over my head GIGI moaning as the bull pounds his tongue has n and out of her mouth. I’m so pathetic they spit on me. GIGI drips out any left over cum all over my face scugees it into my mouth I’m on my knees in the corner they continue to laugh the bull is banging his pristine glistening cock off my furrowed forehead with a smirk on his face asserting his dominance I look down at my tiny two inch erect chub and can only dream of walking in his shoes GIGI continues to fawn over him touching his hot sweaty body his muscles filled from pounding her hot slit. They give me one last spanking as GIGI slaps my face. This was fun Sissy F**** let’s do it again sometime as they laugh and exit the play space leaving me to me own hot demise. I haven’t been able to stop playing this scene and just wanted everyone to know. Sorry I’m a plumber the spelling may be very off. I’m booked again for September. Until then/ I’m not worthy -The Creamyhamstring
Saw this video last night and I was simply astounded. For the most part this is about men's violence against women. However, this is not your usual monologue, the speaker addresses the issues from a very different angle which is both subtle and profound at the same time. It also addresses issues which affect everyone including sex workers and their clients, transgendered people, disabled persons, gays and lesbians etc. This really speaks to the core issues and behaviors of society and our individual peer groups. This is also empowering. Definitely food for thought and action. Video Synopsis: Domestic violence and sexual abuse are often called "women's issues." But in this bold, blunt talk, Jackson Katz points out that these are intrinsically men's issues -- and shows how these violent behaviors are tied to definitions of manhood. A clarion call for us all -- women and men -- to call out unacceptable behavior and be leaders of change. PatrickGC
What do you think about this? Why some men cheat ? genetic link to relationship difficulties http://www.gizmag.com/why-some-men-cheat--genetic-link-to-relationship-difficulties/9932/ September 4, 2008 Comedian Robin Williams once defined the key issue of fidelity as being that men had a brain and a penis and only enough blood to run one at a time. We all know some guys are faithful, and some are not, but until now, it all appeared random behaviour. Now new research suggests that men who carry a certain gene behave differently in relationship. The incidence of the gene has been statistically linked to the incidence of a marital or relational crisis in the past year ,how strongly the man felt he had bonded with his partner, and what their respective partners thought about their relationship. One wonders if perhaps one day we?ll see genetic screening for prospective partners? Scientists at Karolinska Institutet have found a link between a specific gene and the way men bond to their partners. The results, which are presented in the scientific journal PNAS, can lead to a better understanding of such problems as autism and social phobia. "There are, of course, many reasons why a person might have relationship problems, but this is the first time that a specific gene variant has been associated with how men bond to their partners," says Hasse Walum, postgraduate student at the Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics. He stresses, however, that the effect of this genetic variation is relatively modest, and it cannot be used to predict with any real accuracy how someone will behave in a future relationship. Hasse Walum and his colleagues made use of data from The Twin and Offspring Study in Sweden , which includes over 550 twins and their partners or spouses. The gene under study codes for one of the receptors for vasopressin, a hormone found in the brains of most mammals. The team found that men who carry one or two copies of a variant of the gene allele 334 often behave differently in relationships than men who lack this gene variant. The incidence of allele 334 was statistically linked to how strong a bond a man felt he had with his partner. Men who had two copies of allele 334 were also twice as likely to have had a marital or relational crisis in the past year than those who lacked the gene variant. There was also a correlation between the men?s gene variant and what their respective partners thought about their relationship. "Women married to men who carry one or two copies of allele 334 were, on average, less satisfied with their relationship than women married to men who didn t carry this allele", says Hasse Walum. The same gene has been previously studied in voles, where it has been linked to monogamous behaviour in males. "The fact that the corresponding gene has proved important for similar behaviour in voles makes our findings even more interesting, and suggests that the thoroughly studied brain mechanisms that we know give rise to strong bonds between individual voles can also be relevant to humans", Hasse Walum concludes. The team hopes that greater knowledge of the effect of vasopressin on human relations will one day give science a better understanding of the causes of diseases characterised by problems with social interaction, such as autism.