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06/01/2011

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"...born appx. 1980 - 2000." I was born in 1979, and by the above definition, I can consider myself a Millenial - I too am artistic, and believe that men have just as much of a right to express themselves through fashion (manskirts, leggings, heels, etc.) as women do - hence, my "art ideas for the future." I consider the idea that men have to hide their bodies to be ludicrous, and UNmasculine.

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It's worth knowing what the one eyed symbolism is all about as used in your first photo in this post.

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I like sandal which picture are present here. Such beautiful dress are present and designed by MILLENNIAL GENERATION.

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