Gretita y La Piloto: fetiches de los progres ingenuos

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martha ulises Hemisferios @mlucascir @sinsajoodi


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Luis Diaz

Excelente, de verdad q hacen falta sus análisis más seguido. Q opinan de q Rubén Luengas se pone de pie tras el análisis de México dado por Edgardo Buscaglia?

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Alejandro Alex

“ falico patriarcal” jajajajaja

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