Well yes. I am a woman. I am a woman, and I am going to show it. I do remember seeing in excerpt from a cable show in which you said something sexual. Abandon ye all hope who enter her. I do have a very sexual edge. But I also have a self-contained and self-affirming sexuality, which I think is positive.
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So we are in a day and age where nudity is everywhere right? So with that being said, I leave my photo albums open to public so that more than just my friends are able to access my photography. Secondly, you are looking at photos of Gwar. This is Gwar. They are known for their theatrics, costumes and soaking their fans with all sorts of spew. Vulvatron is not even anywhere near nude. Her breasts that she wears are a costume, prosthetic, fake not in a silicone implant kinda way so my argument is where is the actual nudity that I was reported for posting? Gwar is out there playing great music and putting on a kick ass show for fans with real talent.
Skin , the infamous website dedicated to memorializing cinema sex scenes and celebrity nudity. Blothar's appearance widened the parameters of the usual conversational fodder that fuels Mr. Skin as alien sex scenes well, carnal affairs between creatures and monsters of all sorts were bumped high atop the list of talking points. Host Stephanie Weber got straight to it and asked Blothar about his favorite film scenes depicting sex between creatures and humans. You've got the hot dog bun and the taco," began Blothar. GWAR sex scenes tend to end in a terrible amount of fluid being sprayed everywhere. He goes on to single out scenes from The Naked Gun as Mr. Skin himself chimes in about Alien. The sci-fi movie Total Recall notable featured a character with three breasts, which Blothar found to be "not nearly enough" as he prefers six breasts.
And never ever go see Gwar in concert. Although the five-piece Virginia band makes records, they are actually guerrilla theater set to thrash music. Thursday at the Vic, they lived far beyond their shocking reputation. The five musicians wear latex costumes that cover their heads and shoulders. Disguised as barbarians, they are participants in a sanguinary performance involving 15 other cast members, most of whom portray the nearly naked slaves of Gwar. The show opened with plenty of campy gore, as Gwar pummeled a dance musician to death. Vocalist Oderus Urungus grabbed the character and ripped off the top of his latex skull, showering the audience with several gallons of spurious blood.