I saw photos of this woman in a circus bodysuit on someone else’s Facebook page and I just had to share it. As many of you may know by now, I am a big fan of the circus and their costumes, bodysuits, and other outfits for the stage.
To me circus is part of country’s culture, like art galleries and music orchestras. If it would be up to me, I’d have this kind of art funded by the government of each country.
How does this woman manage to be that flexible and smile while doing those positions? I guess it’s one thing to reach such flexibility, but a whole different matter to perform with a big smile as if there is nothing to it.
I like her sheer and sensual bodysuit and maroon leg covers. It creates the illusion as if she is wearing basically nothing. For Cique Du Soleil, for example, some outfits need to be changed every few weeks because of the vigorous activities these performers do.
I wonder how she can bend her spine like that!
Oh wow, imagine the possibilities in this position!
I am not sure where this picture is from, but those girls are looking as if they are about to enter a Halloween beauty contest. I especially like the green girl because it looks like she put the most effort into her outfit and concept.
It seems that there is a percentage of hosiery lovers who are into zentai. I’d love to do a post on it, but I don’t know much about it. Is there anyone here who would like to help me out with opinions and content?
I think that there is something psychologically moving about not being able to see the face.
One time my guy dressed up in a zentai suit for an event. People would smile, but a large dog started barking and got very nervous because of the outfit.
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