19 Mar '11, 6am

Singaporean shoots 85 upskirt videos in one day

We can see in our daily routine women wear a very appealing clothing as if they are inviting men to seduce them. Not only they are wearing mini or above-kneel skirts which even give hotter-scene when they are sitting, but also low cut & you-can-see blouses showing their cleavage and bust. And this off course make any men suffer from their "adrenalin's driving force". Unfortunately such scene (impolite clothing) is allowed and even protected by government through act which give a kind of assurance for such women from being worry of molestation by 'unwanted' men. We can see also similar scene in the pictures of bust enhancement advertisements. As if it is okay for women to reveal some portions of their intimate body parts and it is not clear what is the boundary. Is it still okay to reveal any portion of women' bust but nipple? Any body can help me figure out the boundary wh...

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