Now that truly spoke to me. Perhaps because I had friends like that in school. Sometimes tempting what they got away with, but my parents taught me well, and my Father would have beaten some sense back into me. (probably). While up to your usual high standards, this is a beautiful picture and, I assume, your Photoshop is flawless. At first sight I thought the bracelet was some type of handcuff. The story was intense as well. It begs for a continuation. Thanks for all of your hard work.
I think we've all known people like that. Some were able to get away with things because of money. Others, because of looks or charisma. Whatever the case, I like the idea of those people getting their comeuppance. And yeah, the photo is modified. The original model is Little Caprice; the penis belongs to Jonelle Brookes.
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Boys will be boys . . . unless they were meant to be girls. I suspect, rather than testosterone being responsible for their actions, a secret desire for punishment, and a subconscious longing to be feminine, are what's really behind their actions.
I don't think testosterone has anything to do with it. Rather, it's all learned behavior. People push things as far as they can until their met with resistance. The testosterone thing is more of an indictment of our current culture which seems to hold men to a different standard.