”International Fetish Day is observed on January 18, 2019. International Fetish Day is a day supporting the BDSM community.
On National Fetish Day, one of the main aspects is that members of the community wear an item of purple clothing as a sign that they are a member, in an event known as "Perverts Wear Purple".” #ontheplainsight #purple #taboo #behindthescene #maybe #whoknows
Since we’re old and forget to take pics when we are having fun.. Here’s to my amazing friends last night that love to have a great time!
Y’all just choose who you want to be in the pic!!
#taboo #toomuchfood #laughter #friends
you will find a lot of #shoeshangingonawire
One of the most commonly believed reasons shoes are thrown over telephone wires or power lines is to signal the location of a crack house or prime location, like drug dealing spot.
Dangling shoes can also be the symbol of gang members claiming territory, especially when the shoes are hanging from power lines or telephone wires in an intersection. Dangling shoes can also be the symbol of gang members claiming territory, especially when the shoes are hanging from power lines or telephone wires in an intersection.
These may also symbolize local culture or traditions of some sort.
#argentinadiaries #santelmo #buenosaires #wanderlust #traveladdicted #culture #taboo #instagram
Next Saturday in Richmond 🤘🤘
Great to see positive proactive steps being taken in Germany to help give so many people a crucial role in their newly adopted nations. With so much xenophobia, these sorts of initiatives enable a smoother transition for refugees to become a core pillar of their new communities. Training to help them cope with their own and others mental health will surely allow them to embed themselves and connect with others in a supportive fashion. Lets hope this fresh perspective on the refugee question will provide a much needed positive boost all round ❣🙌🏽