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via Vice  In September 1979, I shadowed Lolo Pigalle for few weeks. She was the oldest stripper in the old Parisian neighborhood of Pigalle—today she’s gone. She was an intelligent and refined woman which meant that she was very respected in the area. To me, she represented a kind of

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The Hagia Sophia Cathedral in Istanbul, Turkey has lived a long life. Known as The Sanctuary of Wisdom, it was built in the 6th century CE (532-537). During its long life, it has served as a meeting point for many of the world’s religions, standing as a globally recognized symbol

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CvltureHistorySocial Justice

It’s been well documented that the Catholic Church is rife with male sexual predators! The other night I watched this Nuns Sexually Abused These Women For Years documentary and realized Nuns are just as bad! It’s funny how the media paints people that people that wear all black with tattoos

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This feature was taken from Thought Catalog The Mongolian Death Worm is even more dangerous than the name suggests. The Mongolian Death Worm has the ability to kill up close — and from a distance. You never want to come across this creature, because the chances are slim you are

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ArtCvltureHistoryIllustration

In a previous post about Femdom culture, my partner Meghan wrote this and I know I can not break it down any better! Femdom has roots that go far back in history, with images and text describing female domination going back into the 1500s in Europe, and much further in

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More than a century before a group of angry young Norwegians got their hands on fire and set it to wooden churches, an English man tried burning down one of Europe’s largest cathedrals. “Mad” Jonathan Martin was born to a large and by all accounts eccentric family. While two of

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