American Anthropologist Believes Voluptuous Hentai Comic Stars Are No Lesser Than Deities

Sexual Fetishes are just like St Augustine’s work on religious language. Both are fairly well regarded but face a lot of criticism.

Morris Juncal

Morris Juncal from Spokane, Washington, is a Sex Blogger and College Professor, who donates bitcoins to the NGOs in India and Sri Lanka that put of a summer camp each year to spread awareness and knowledge regarding he sex. He requested them that they should stretch and focus more on the unconventional sexual health related topics. Also, the unconventional knowledge found in the ancient and medieval polygamous Muslim world related to the sexual strengthening of both the genders.

Morris has an Anthropologist friend who told him that there used to be tribes that would bury ugly and non-voluptuous women. Most of these tribes were apparently located in Africa and Americas. The reason why most of the women in these 2 parts of the world are voluptuous just like you would see in hentai porn comics sex pictures.

Morris holds a late Wittgensteinian non-cognitive understanding of religious language, yet is sympathetic to Augustine’s contribution towards ineffability in as much as it may be an accurate description of the phenomenological experience of faith.

Morris writes what a pity it is that no mainstream social media website, be it the Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, doesn’t allow the escorts to post premium paid ads.

Morris claims 20 out of 100 modern men lose their virginity to an escort.

Morris despises religion and religious people and mildly wishes the worst for them. Just for the reason that they try to make people feel like sinners for their excessive interest in sex, especially their desire to have sex with wives, daughters, sisters and mothers of other men.

I think that we can carefully say in language “just on the way that I claim a desk exists, I am claiming a deity exists, and just as I describe features of the desk as being old and heavy, so too I describe this deity as being old and heavy.” But I would claim that such a statement is made outside of religious language.

Morris Juncal

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