skip to content »

New live sex videos

The video also features a caption stating it is “drug friendly,” illustrated by a man lying on a bed surrounded by clouds of smoke and women.

New live sex videos-54New live sex videos-2

In my post I said I'm not interested in politics, but this is more than politics.It comes as a new report from marketing analytics firm, Ebiquity, found that the Coalition for Marriage, which is a leading 'No' campaigner, spent more than $4 million on television advertising to date.The Equality Campaign is believed to have spent around $1,97 million on television ads.The island is off the coast of Cartagena, Colombia and the film begins by following one man’s journey from his flight to the island, explaining that airport transfers and boat transfers are included in the price.The man then boards a yacht where thong-bikini-clad woman dance and gyrate around him."I look at Aunty Chris and I don't think she planned to fall in love with Virginia," Ms Abbott says.

"It just happened, it never really changed anything. She is still going to be at Christmas, she is still going to be at barbecues, her children are still my cousins.

"This is why it really just doesn't make sense to me that it is not allowed.

"To see Aunty Chris marry Virginia, to do it here in front of friends and family, it would be so, so special and I am hoping that's what I get to be a part of." Ms Abbott caused a media stir when she posted a photo of her 'Yes' ballot on Instagram, despite her father's high-profile support for the 'No' campaign.

"What this comes down to is love." The 'Vote Yes' ad comes as support for same-sex marriage has fallen ahead of a national survey, according to Newspoll.

The proportion of voters who support same-sex marriage now stands at 57 per cent, compared to 63 per cent in August and 62 per cent in September last year.

The 26-year-old mentioned the divide on same-sex marriage issues within her family, but says her parents raised her to stand up for her beliefs.