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Why Being Sexy Really Has Nothing To Do With Appearance

What being sexy truly means.

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For decades I thought I knew what sexy was. It started when I was a young girl. The concept of sexy would stare back at me from the grocery store fashion magazines and glamorous prime time soap operas.

The official definition of sexy is, “sexually attractive or exciting.”




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Michelle Brown

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