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... roused Atticus, who had been busy ******* Calpurnia's dripping ebony pussy.
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This shows she's confused and not ready to admit her sexual identity yet. Her confusion progresses, causing her to self harm, and adopt a depressed outlook on life. This rings true to many young people of today, making the novel relatable, and a universal account of the daily lives of adolescents. This is also explored in the incident of Ebony's first time with Draco.
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... room-size mural showing the controversial social history of Missouri. Think vivid slavery. The kind of painting you could stare at for days.
We were also treated to a dose of history and politics, checking out the floor of the House of Representatives. All in all, very good, yet enough state capitol to last me a year.
Next up, clearly, was a ...