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FLESH FOR SALE.Posted to advertise stupidity, ignorance, and foolishness. Memorial Weekend '17 No Plastic Surgery Natural Curves On South Beach

Memorial Weekend '17 No Plastic Surgery Natural Curves On South Beach Urban Week where beautiful black women parade themselves in bathing suits on south Beach.

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Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on January 11, 2018 at 2:33am
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Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on January 11, 2018 at 2:23am


Still to this day, most females haven't learned to travel in the males minds, for if they did travel in the males minds, the females, would not profanely dress the way they do. The beguiled females are getting worse. At all times, females must not do things that distract males into lustful temptation.  You do not tempt a snake and expect the snake not to bite, then cry wolf. Here it is America mind-sets, have the greatest opportunity to set the Modest trend, other worlds could emulate, and what do we see? A NATION WILL RISE NO HIGHER THAN ITS WOMAN. A NATION WILL FALL TO ITS LOWEST VIA THE WOMAN.

Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on January 11, 2018 at 2:21am


FLESH FOR SALE

There is outer beauty and there is inner beauty. Inner Beauty is about having a Respectful way females dresses. The shorter the skirts/dresses, the shorter their minds are.

The way some females dresses, revealing cleavage, go from flashy to trashy, wearing SHIRTS for dresses/skirts, if you place them side by side with prostitutes on the streets, side by side next to brothel workers, and they keep their mouth shut, can we tell which ones, are the prostitutes/brothel workers? If they aren't selling anything, they need to take/cover the FOR SALE SIGNS, REVEALING CLEAVAGE, lower their dresses/skirts to knee length. Again. The Shorter the SHORTS, SKIRTS, Dresses, the shorter the minds. How soon will we be seeing females, completely naked in the street, on the red carpet? The female body is supposed to be Sacred. What happened to modesty/class? I guess modesty and class were mentally buried, next to the Common sense grave, in the coffin cemetery Psyche DNA Soul mind.

Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on January 11, 2018 at 2:20am
Mind Controlled zombies, robots, walking and talking dead corspes, debased and reprobate minds.
All I can say about us as most black women, we have forgotten who we are, Goddesses/Queens. 
We think that we have to show more flesh to be loved and cared for. This is societies way of thinking, some black women have allowed themselves to be used and stepped on. If we don’t stop it, it will get worse.

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