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new 08.06.2015 Mistress Susi - Fun With The Rubberdoll and The Bisexual Slave part 1

Added: 10-06-2015

Mistress Susi is toying with the rubber doll as she has afriend she wants him to play with. Sheinstructs her bisexual slave on how best to suck the rubber doll’s cock beforegetting them to switch places so that the doll can return the favour.

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Duration : 5min 17s
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Zura from 28 August 2015 10:44
Let's be clear about this issue of "education" and lobbying. A.G. is coercrt -- our numbers have not been great over the years, but they are getting better. More important would be for trans persons to visit their Congressperson in their home office.When Barney talks about "education" he's not talking about the classroom or the media, he's talking about educating his colleagues. He's not the best advocate on trans issues, as we all know, because he's simply not that familiar with all of us. He should make the effort, but, you know, he's Chair of the Financial Services Committee and we've something of a financial crisis going on in this country . . . A better advocate is Tammy Baldwin, who personally lobbied 100 of her colleagues on inclusion. That was critically important, and she did a fine job. But, again, there is only so much she can do, however well she does it. She, too, has told me that we need to get actual trans persons to THEIR Congressperson, whether at home or in DC. That is what is meant by education. I know this by experience and by the work I do in my day job and as a politician myself. I think we all really know this, but we dance around it because it can be so hard to get people to "come out," if only to lobby their representative. When I think of those tens of thousands of trans persons living stealth lives I can become very exasperated. Yet, I understand that most of us transitioned not to become professional trans persons, or even trans persons, but just the women and men we always were, thank you very much and now leave me to my life.It's a conundrum, and the going will be slow because it is such a conundrum.

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