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Miss BumBum Tree Bondage To Save Amazon

August 31, 2017 | Photos | Elliot Wolf | 0 Comments

I typically stay away from women who are into hugging trees. They never put out, or shave their pits, box, or legs. On the other end of the spectrum, I’ve always been attracted to women into role play and BDSM. They know missionary is strictly for soon to be teen moms and uncreative loveless couples. So I was genuinely confused when I saw Miss BumBum contestants tying themselves with rope to trees. But then I thought long and hard. I came to the conclusion that women typically take their clothes off in public to draw attention to their protest. I was right. 

The models posed to raise Amazon awareness on the heels of Brazil’s President giving mining companies access to a nature reserve in the rain forest.

Amazon awareness is still a thing apparently. I really believe global ecosystem issues are best left to debate in third grade classrooms. Sending construction paper dry macaroni drawings to the president about deforestation is way more effective than when an adult does it. The same level of care just isn’t there when you’re the age to legally go to a strip club or become a stripper. Life is red pill or blue. Become aware we are destroying the planet one plastic six pack holder at a time and there’s nothing you can do to stop it. Or become numb to the facts until it’s too late. I just wrote down tying voluptuous women to trees on my phone’s reminder bucket list. I do appreciate your efforts and giving me the inspiration to add an element of nature to my kink Miss BumBum. If you don’t save the Amazon, you’ve at least saved my dying libido.

See the BumBum ass pics here

Photo Credit: Splash News

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