Frankly, you might be even a little tired of hearing about sex parties. They exist. But what about sex parties at sea? Curiosity re-piqued! Let us paint you a semi-pornographic to just regularly pornographic picture: sailing the high seas aboard a luxury ocean liner, whilst carefree half-naked mermaids frolic on deck. Elsewhere, curious couples are engaging in educational seminars on best practices for new sexual positions.
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Shocking photos of Jeffrey Epstein's ranch show 'party shower' | Daily Mail Online
By Chris White For Dailymail. Dozens of new photos and video give the most revealing look yet into Jeffrey Epstein's notorious 'baby making ranch' in the New Mexico desert, including his eight person party shower that is outfitted with dozens of bottles of oils, DailyMail. New photos show a staircase leading downstairs, as a former contractor claims the convicted pedophile built a 1, sq ft underground 'strip-club' for entertaining his VIP guests with teenage girls. Another source says security cameras were secretly fitted in every room and recorded the behavior of the rich and famous, which explains why he and his 'fixer' Ghislaine Maxwell apparently felt 'untouchable'. Drone footage - the first to be taken since Epstein took his own life last August - shows the ranch in a desolate state with the gardens showing signs of disrepair and neglect. Aerial photos also reveal the private airstrip, which is where Epstein flew in teenage girls on his plane, which was dubbed the 'Lolita Express'.
Shocking photos of Jeffrey Epstein's ranch show 'party shower'
WITH her red hair flowing over her shoulders, pretty Juana looks like any other young woman in her 20s — apart from the fact she's holding a machine gun. Though she may have an innocent face, Juana is actually one of the world's most dangerous women - a bloodthirsty assassin who murdered five men and then drank their warm blood before having sex with their decapitated bodies. Girls as young as seven are kidnapped or forcibly taken from their parents by drug lords and trained to kill, while others are lured in by the glamorous lifestyle flaunted by the millionaire drug traffickers. Although it is not yet known if she was murdered, many of her contemporaries have been targeted by squads of rival women.
As my team sifted through 10 years of historic imagery, I was struck by the amount of devastation and pain the world has endured: the Haiti earthquake, the Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill, Benghazi, Ebola, the constant school shootings in the United States, the Las Vegas massacre. And there are pictures that mold public opinion and push governments to take action: the image of the Honduran toddler crying as her mother is detained near the US-Mexico border and, before then, the plight of 5-year-old Syrian refugee Alan Kurdi, washed ashore after drowning in the waters off southern Turkey. I also can't help but be inspired by the courage shown by year-old Emma Gonzalez, a school shooting survivor who has helped galvanize the call to action on gun control. I found the moment Serena Williams consoled Naomi Osaka at last year's US Open admirable, just moments after Williams pointedly argued with a chair umpire over a call that eventually cost her the championship.