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Same Girl:#151336 #151388 #151328 #151330 #151315 #151289 #151311 #1118258 #151281 #151306added by Curlers for Virgenia on 02.08.2019 in 10:41
"Romantic" love is really just an idea made up by society and I accept that. Many of us are no longer financially restrained and that can explain the up-ward trend of women starting to speak up about their unhappiness in some relationships, which accompanies the upward trend of divorces as well. Some of these women are not only financially sound, but are also capable of having a small family through in-vitro fertilization or adoption without the support of a man. In fact, because they are not encapusulated within a marriage, they can even be more promiscious than some men out there. Of course, combined with the greater freedom of thought and finances, there is also an upward trend of women who just don't care. All of what I'm writing are statistically supported theories. What can be defined as an anolomy however, is the fact that a large amount of women in high-income countries are gaining footholds in society. With the increase of technology, societies have become more diverse than in the past, with an amount of women who are not dependent on men at all. Societies are constantly changing and with that, the norms and taboos are shifting as well. Puritism is not just an analomy, but can be defined as a commonly occuring trend. There is a lot of symbolism that does come with sex, but everything in this world is just a set of symbols, set up to be interpreted differently. Yes, naked images of people have always been around and there has been times that nudity was not even seen as that big of a deal.