Steam room, sundick, and Japanese pool. Also will predict within days ur next love life peak. Further will tell item. Call for aunt. I WAS!
Berkeley Barb, Volume 8, issue 14(190), April 4-10, 1969 — Page 27
Page 27 — Berkeley BarbApril , — Independent Voices
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Harold the Hornbill
April 20, HAROLD's mother, like all good hornbills, was the most careful of wives; his father, the most easygoing of husbands. In January, long before the flame tree flowered, Harold's father took his wife into a great hole high in the tree trunk, where his father and his father's father had taken their brides at the same time every year. In this weatherbeaten hollow, generation upon generation of hornbills had been raised, and Harold's mother, like those before her, was enclosed within the hole by a sturdy wall of earth, sticks, and dung. Harold's father left a small slit in the center of this wall to enable him to communicate with his wife whenever he felt like a chat.
Now men are realizing, as women have known for centuries, that fashion is a way to express their personalities and identities. They have started to explore who they really are, and some of them have found they are not like typical men or like typical leading men either. Therefore, they have started to challenge gender roles, defy gender stereotypes, and are trying to show a new attitude. Hence, fashion has become a tool for these men, and this new generation is the boldest group to use fashion to advocate their identities and freedom. When I was conceiving what kind of a magazine I could found, I felt stuck at the very start.