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Why don't these men refuse to serve under these women officers if they are so aversed at being led by a woman?
I wasn't interested in the books because the idea sounded kind of lame (a vampire in love with a human isn't exactly original - thank you Buffy) and they are marketed as young adult books so at 25 I was a little aversed to reading them.
The first Bosko sketches depict him as a deracialized Black character but in his first movies he sounded like a stereotypical coon that was aversed to dancing and playing music.
However, even doctors are aversed to prescribing such medications for simple sleep interferences.
If we could feel always that we are but sojourning here to be fitted for another world, we would not be so aversed to the means used to prepare our souls for the heavenly kingdom.
I have aversed with INDIAN girls and now iam thiking to love AMERICAN or BRITISH GIRL. en Español
If you’re squemish, aversed to knee jerk reactions and don’t like reading subtitles then leave this one alone.