Monday's Girls
Individualism and Community for African Women

Monday's Girls - Individualism and Community for African Women
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Jacqueline

Lovely young girls! But,it was hard for me to get beyond the young boy child jumping up from out of the crowd of children to fondle the young woman's nipple--as if he had accomplished something important. Bravo for showing both sides of tradition.

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