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...and so it was made...

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""No man knows more about women than I do, and I know nothing."
Seymour Hicks

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Women are not allowed to be complicated in our society. We still very much have a Madonna-whore complex. We're comfortable seeing women as great mothers, and then we're comfortable seeing them as hookers, but there's no in-between.
CHARLIZE THERON, Glamour Magazine July 2008

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"Allah permits you to shut them in separate rooms and to beat them, but not severely. If they abstain, they have the right to food and clothing. Treat women well for they are like domestic animals and they possess nothing themselves. Allah has made the enjoyment of their bodies lawful in his Qur'an."
Tabari IX:113

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Being the right woman?
It's the one that multiplies a man.

HORACE HOLLEY, "The Genius"

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Photographing the women continues...

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A series made in 1980, upon permission granted by Pomeranian Medical Academy.

It was truly unlimited access permission and I was more than happy to leave a part of my heart in there as well as a pile of photographs to be displayed within the facilities of the Academy for the next few years.

The permission was an award for winning one of the photographic competitions in the city of Szczecin, Poland.
My stay at the hospital totaled ab. 12 hours, within two days. Only 30% of the negatives survived my defection from communist (back then) Poland.
About 15 photographs were uploaded to TE within three years period (only those compatible with the TOS regulations - that is)
All of them were deleted from TE by moderator on Dec. 14 2008, never to be re-activated (so far).


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