Twenty years ago, it seemed like a huge step for a woman to be considered sexually attractive and at the same time a good mother. Crystal Miller, a mother of two from Perth, conquered the Internet with her life story. The reality TV star posted a video of shaking buttocks on TikTok and then shared it on Instagram.

The naughty cougar is on all fours so that the teen lesbian can use her tongue to fuck her pussy and asshole in response. Krystal shared many photos of her holding her baby and showing her bag, encouraging others to share their stories. The next day, the whole family moved the celebration to the beach because Amelia shared a photo of the sisters hugging her father.

When sexy mom looks over her shoulder, she notices that her friends-daughters are infatuated with her. What a pleasure watching a young teen eat BBA (Big Beautiful Ass) moms. Having licked her pussy and ass against the wall, a sexy woman takes her daughter's friend to the sofa, spreads her legs and continues to lick her.

A 32-year-old woman, forced to carry a bag (to poop out of it) after surgery to remove the anus and colon, decided not to complain about what gave her life. Rinna filmed this silly video as part of a family Christmas celebration with her daughters and husband, actor Harry Hamlin. This does not mean that women are the only victims of today's unrealistic beauty standards. A study in 2021 found that 75% of single respondents preferred the "dad's body" compared to the traditionally fitted male body shape. In a world that usually improves muscles and "fun genres", not only "daddy's body" is accepted.

Starting with a viral trend in the early 2010s, "father's body" refers to the less toned body type of a middle-aged man; instead of biceps or abs, he can have a light beer belly. She also feels horny as hell and is more than willing to try anything other than her hubby's old cock. She wants to help him with a good fuck, but she also needs to taste his cock. Previous research has shown that beauty is more important for women’s gender roles than for men, and that body size is a more significant factor in women’s self-esteem.