Genç kız uzun zamandır erkek arkadaşı tarafından sikilmiyordu oda eline sikiş izle vibratör alarak odasında zevke gelerek orgazm olmaya çalışıyor O sırada mobil sikiş erkek arkadaşı bunu görünce direk bacak arasına girerek amını yalamaya porno izle başlıyor Esmer daha doğrusu melez olan İspanyol güzel sizlere güzel bir film ile porno video geliyor Kamera karşısında kalçaları ile sizlere harika showlar yapan kız mobil pornolar sonradan genç adamın o kadar da büyük olmayan aleti ağzına alarak sakso sikiş çekmeye başlıyor Sakso çektikçe hem adam hemde kendi malı sulanıyor Genç adam sikiş izle fazla dayanamadan esmer güzeli kapıya dayayarak taytını parçalıyor sex hikayeleri ve amına girmeye başlıyor Harika duygu yaşayan adam aynı şekilde türk porno kızında sayısız kere orgazm olması ile kıza da yaşatıyor

Recent Points

An introductory listing of the most recent Piquant Points. Click on 'read more' to see the entire article.
The Racial Divide in the United States:The Most Reverend Edward K. Braxton, Ph. D., S.T.D. - Monday, February 2, 2015
Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ:
May the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace, fill your hearts throughout the New Year! As the Catholic Church celebrates the World Day of Peace today, I am pleased to share this Reflection with you. Please be generous with your time so that you can read it carefully. I invite you to reflect on its contents, pray about its concerns, and discuss its challenges with your sisters and brothers in Christ. read more ...

White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Backpack-Peggy McIntosh - Friday, January 30, 2015
Through the work to bring materials from Women’s Studies into the rest of the curriculum, I have often noticed men’s unwillingness to grant that they are over- privileged, even though they may grant that women are disadvantaged. They may say they will work to improve women’s status, in the society, the university, or the curriculum, but they can’t or won’t support the idea of lessening men’s. read more ...


Past Points

A list of past Piquant Points featuring shorter introductory paragraphs. Click on 'read more' to review the entire article.
The Calf-Path - Tuesday, January 6, 2015
The Calf-Path is a poem by Sam Walter Foss that asks us to reflect on the well worn path we have walked over the years. What are some insights as you reflect on the calf-paths down which you’ve been walking over the years? read more ...

One Cloth, Many Threads by Sr. Caroljean Willie, SC - Monday, January 5, 2015
One of the things that we are going to encounter as we engage in Systemic Change is working with diverse cultures. It is important to understand some of the elements of culture that will help us to truly and effectively meet the needs of the people whom we serve. And so this presentation, called “One Cloth Many Threads”, talks about both unity and diversity. We present it here in both video format, and audio-only format for those who prefer to listen on an iPod or phone. There are four parts to the presentation, around 10-15 minutes each. A slideshow version is also available on SlideShare read more ...

Racial Sobriety: Answering the Prayer of Jesus-Rev. Dr. Clarence Williams, CPPS - Monday, August 11, 2014
The unprecedented and unexpected event of electing a Black president created a seismic shift in race relations. The shock waves rocked the soul of many Americans and were felt around the world. Those touched by the spirit that uplifts the downtrodden of the earth danced in the streets – of the nation and the world.
The dramatic outcome of this election was inevitable no matter which party or candidate gained the Oval Office. Both parties made women eligible for Commander in Chief, one candidate advanced the issue of ageism in the workplace of the highest office in the land, and another candidate addressed the needs of the poor and working class as the major issue in a country that has canonized its middle class electorate. Any candidate would have triggered a seismic change in the landscape of American culture. In the dynamics of the democratic process, Americans created a moment for race, gender and class to be viewed through a different lens. read more ...