ImageOne of the surviving American tribes – Caddo consists of matrilineal clans. In the winter, both men and women would wear deerskins. During the summer, they stayed virtually naked. Men had elaborate hair decorations and women painted themselves and had tattoos. There was no formal wedding ceremony. If a man desired a woman, he would try to find the best gift he could manage and give it to a woman. If she accepted, they’d have sex and considered the act of sex ‘marriage.’ Sometimes these marriages would only last a few days and women were allowed to accept gifts from several different men, and also engage in sexual relations with those different men with no repercussions.

Another American tribe – Calusa was characterized by marriages within the family. The chief had many wives and was polygynous. He also married his sibling sisters. The Cerokee tribe too had, had matrilineal clans. In some religious studies it is believed that their main deity, the Sun God, was actually female. Children were not considered blood relatives of their fathers, but only a blood relative to their mother. Both men and women had a high degree of sexual freedom. After marriage, the couple goes to live with her mother and in divorce the man had to return home to live with his own mother. There were incidents of polygyny. During pregnancy, the mother-to-be had a ceremonial bath under every new moon prior to the baby’s birth.

The Chickasaw too had matrilineal clans. Children were not considered to be related to their fathers, but only related to their mothers. When a man wanted to court a woman, he would give gifts to her mother and sisters. If they approved, he moved in. If a man married one girl in the family, he was allowed to have sex with all of her sisters. There was polygyny. After marriage, there was a mother-in-law taboo between the groom and the bride’s mother. If his brother died, he could marry his brother’s widow. If he did not, the widow would go without a husband for four years. At puberty, girls were sent to menstrual huts and each month after that during menstruation.


{June 8, 2012}   This is a realy funy cats

ImageI like cats, so lovely, just like the son of mine. and you ? Do you like the cats ???


{June 7, 2012}   It is a raining day outsite

IT is a raining day outsite,even though it is summer in our country, but it is still so cold outsite,Come on friends  it will be suny tomorrow!

{June 7, 2012}   Funny cats in water, EPIC

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{June 6, 2012}  

{June 6, 2012}   The Best Sex Girl Boy


ImageWhile their predecessors have amassed dozens of Nobel prizes and other intellectual accolades, the current crop of undergraduates is focusing on a rather less taxing competition – rear of the year.

Female students at the university have submitted risque photographs of their behinds in the hope of clinching the title.

They insist it is innocent fun – and male classmates are quick to agree – but critics have accused them of harming the feminist cause and the university’s reputation.

The pictures have been sent to independent student website The Tab by women using pseudonyms and hiding their faces from the camera to protect their identities.

Each gives a brief tongue-in-cheek biography with her photograph. While other students are using the university library to revise for their impending exams, one going by the name of Meredith stripped down to her underwear to be pictured on tiptoe taking a book from a shelf.

Bella, who poses in frilly knickers and nude stilettos with her long dark hair tumbling down over a tight-fitting jumper, said: ‘The trick to looking good in knickers is to wear high heels.’

Elizabeth, from Homerton College, whose alumni include actress Cherie Lunghi, claims her ‘first sexual thoughts were of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’.

The entrants were found through ‘word of mouth’ at the university and the photos sent in through anonymous email accounts.

A university source added: ‘We can’t stop what they’re doing but it would be fair to say we don’t approve of it. It is not the kind of image we would want to project.’

Male students were generous in their praise, however. Comments posted online included: ‘High-definition pics from multiple angles would’ve provided a better comparison.’

And ‘Leila’ joined the debate herself, saying: ‘It’s given me a bit of a confidence boost. I don’t think it’s got anything to do with feminism really

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