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Johnny  says

on Sun, Mar 20, 2011 at 18:06:20

Always great to see Cat again. So lovely and she brings so much to the sessions.

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79 Poster Size photos of Cat by D & L Bell
Added March 17, 2011

Science has recently revealed that the birth control pill makes women more attracted to less masculine men. This explains why most modern male actors like Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt and Matt Damon are shorter and more boyish looking than those of the pre-pill era. And since women naturally want to be shorter and smaller than men, it also explains why small, girlish actresses such as Mila Kunis and Natalie Portman are more popular than full-bodied actresses these days. The pill explains why women prefer immature feminine qualities in celebrities but it doesn't explain why most men seem to also. At bodyinmind.com we're not like most men. We prefer our women tall, buxom, and curvy. So we thought it would be fun to photograph Cat in a style popular in the 1950s, a time when voluptuous meant more than youth, and sexy meant more than lesbianism. It might not be popular or scientific, but it's certainly more natural.

 

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