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Naughty Teen Being Bad:-)

November 21st, 2011

Bored, Alone What Is A Girl To Do:-)

This picture is from a photo set from my website called On The Desk The theme is that I am all alone in my room, I am a little bored so I start playing on top of my school desk just for fun but I quickly get bored of that too. When I am bored with nothing to do sometimes especially if I am alone in the house and no one will disturb me, I love to play with my little filipina pussy, I love the feel of my wet pussy on my fingers, as you can imagine this photo set gets pretty hot, pretty quick:-)

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Tera Lee’s Philippines History Lesson 6

April 26th, 2011

Tera Lee Super Hot History Teacher

La Solidaridad & La Liga Filipina

La Liga Filipina

In 1892, Jose Rizal (full name: Jose Protacio Mercado Rizal y Alonzo) returned to the Philippines and proposed the establishment of a civic organization called “La Liga Filipina.” On July 3, 1892, the following were elected as its officers: Ambrosio Salvador, president: Agustin dela Rosa, fiscal; Bonifacio Arevalo, treasurer; and Deodato Arellano, secretary. Rizal functioned as its adviser.

La Liga Filipina aimed to:

Unite the whole country
Protect and assist all members
Fight violence and injustice
Support education
Study and implement reforms

La Liga Filipina had no intention of rising up in arms against the government; but the Spanish officials still felt threatened. On July 6, 1892 only three days after La Liga Filipina’s establishment, Jose Rizal was secretly arrested. The next day, Governor General Eulogio Despujol ordered Rizal’s deportation to Dapitan, a small, secluded town in Zamboanga.
La Liga Filipina’s membership was active in the beginning; but later, they began to drift apart. The rich members wanted to continue supporting the Propaganda Movement; but the others seemed to have lost all hope that reforms could still be granted. Andres Bonifacio was one of those who believed that the only way to achieve meaningful change was through a bloody revolution.

La Solidaridad

In order to help achieve its goals, the Propaganda Movement put up its own newspaper, called La Solidaridad. The Soli, as the reformists fondly called their official organ, came out once every two weeks. The first issue saw print was published on November 15, 1895.
The Solidaridad’s first editor was Graciano Lopez Jaena. Marcelo H. del Pilar took over in October 1889. Del Pilar managed the Soli until it stopped publication due to lack of funds.

Why the Propaganda Movement Failed
The propaganda movement did not succeed in its pursuit of reforms. The colonial government did not agree to any of its demands. Spain itself was undergoing a lot of internal problems all that time, which could explain why the mother country failed to heed the Filipino’s petitions. The friars, on the other hand, were at the height of their power and displayed even more arrogance in flaunting their influence. They had neither the time nor the desire to listen to the voice of the people.
Many of the reformists showed a deep love for their country, although they still failed to maintain a united front. Because most of them belonged to the upper middle class, they had to exercise caution in order to safeguard their wealth and other private interests. Personal differences and petty quarrels, apart from the lack of funds, were also a hindrance to the movements success. Lastly, no other strong and charismatic leader emerged from the group aside from Jose Rizal.

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Julee Anne-After School Pleasure

April 17th, 2011

Penny For My Thoughts

All my friends know that I am going to college and studying nursing. But all that study makes Julee a horny little school girl. What is the old saying? All work and no playing, makes Julee a frustrated little teen girl. So this is what I do when I am suppose to be studying in my room. I have parents who don’t knock before they enter, so when I masturbate I usually put on a skirt with no panties (that way if they interrupt they can’t tell). Then I open my lips and place my clit on the corner of my school desk. I take my feet off the floor and place my hands on the other side of the desk. I pull myself up and slide back. Every now and then I squeeze my legs together until I get an orgasm. What a naughty little school girl I am:-)

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Tera Lee-Philippine History Lesson 5

April 15th, 2011

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The Death of Gomburza & The Propaganda Movement

Fathers Gomez, Burgos and Zamora, Filipino Martyrs In February 17, 1872, Fathers Mariano Gomez, Jose Burgos and Jocinto Zamora (Gomburza), all Filipino priest, was executed by the Spanish colonizers on charges of subversion. The charges against Fathers Gomez, Burgos and Zamora was their alleged complicity in the uprising of workers at the Cavite Naval Yard. The death of Gomburza awakened strong feelings of anger and resentment among the Filipinos. They questioned Spanish authorities and demanded reforms. The martyrdom of the three priests apparently helped to inspire the organization of the Propaganda Movement, which aimed to seek reforms and inform Spain of the abuses of its colonial government.

The illustrados led the Filipinos’ quest for reforms. Because of their education and newly acquired wealth, they felt more confident about voicing out popular grievances. However, since the illustrados themselves were a result of the changes that the Spanish government had been slowly implementing, the group could not really push very hard for the reforms it wanted. The illustrados did not succeeded in easing the sufferings of the Filipinos; but from this group arose another faction called the intelligentsia.  The intelligentsia also wanted reforms; but they were more systematic and used a peaceful means called the Propaganda Movement.

Goals of the Propaganda Movement: Members of the Propaganda Movement were called propagandists or reformists. They worked inside and outside the Philippines. Their objectives were to seek:

Recognition of the Philippines as a province of Spain

Equal status for both Filipinos and Spaniards

Philippine representation in the Spanish Cortes

Secularization of Philippine parishes.

Recognition of human rights

The Propaganda Movement never asked for Philippine independence because its members believed that once Spain realized the pitiful state of the country, the Spaniards would implement the changes the Filipinos were seeking.

The Propagandists: The Filipinos in Europe were much more active in seeking reforms than those in Manila. They could be divided into three groups: The first included Filipinos who had been exiled to the Marianas Islands in 1872 after being implicated in the Cavite Mutiny. After two many years in the Marianas, they proceeded to Madrid and Barcelona because they could no longer return Noli Me Tangere Book by Jose Rizalto the Philippines. The second group consisted of illustrados in the Philippines who had been sent to Europe for their education. The third group was composed of Filipinos who had fled their country to avoid punishment for a crime, or simply because they could not stand Spanish atrocities any longer. Still, not all Filipinos living in Spain were members of the Propaganda Movement. Jose Rizal, Graciano Lopez Jaena and Marcelo H. del Pilar were it most prominent members.

Lopez Jaena was a brilliant orator who wrote such pieces as “Fray Botod,” “Esperanza,” and “La Hija del Fraile,” which all criticized the abuses of Spanish friars in the Philippines. Del Pilar was an excellent writer and speaker who put up the newspaper Diarion Tagalog in 1882. His favorite topic was the friars. Some of his most popular writings included “Caiingat Cayo“, “Dasalan at Tocsohan,” and “Ang Sampung Kautusan ng mga Prayle“. “Caingat Cayo” was a pamphlet answering the criticisms received by Jose Rizal’s novel Noli Me Tangere. “Dasalan…” was parody of the prayer books used by the Church, while “Ang Sampung Kautusan…” was a satirical take on the Ten Commandments, which highly ridiculed the Spanish friars.

Jose Rizal was recognized as the great novelist of the Propaganda Movement. He was the first Filipino become famous for his written works. He wrote a poem entitled “Sa Aking mga Kababata” when he was only eight years old. His novels, Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo, clearly depicted the sufferings of the Filipinos and the rampant abuses committed by the friars in the colony. Because of his criticisms of the government and the friars, Rizal made a lot of enemies. He was executed at Bagumbayan (later renamed Luneta Park and now called Rizal Park) on December 30, 1896.

The writings produced by the Propaganda Movement inspired Andres Bonifacio and other radicals to establish the Katipunan and set the Philippine Revolution in place. Continue to La Solidaridad & La Liga Filipina.

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Keira Lee-Glamour In Purple

April 9th, 2011

A Stunningly Beautiful Filipina

Here is my sister Keira once again, this time she is looking beautiful in a beautiful purple mini dress, this photo is taken from her non nude section on her website This photo sets name is pretty obvious GLAMOUR IN PURPLE We did this shoot about 18 months ago, it was a really lovely resort we where staying, it was owned by an Australian and his filipina wife, many of the themes through out the resorts where of Australia. I have seen my sister where this out to dinner and bar hopping, I don’t know what it is but my sister looks even more beautiful when she wears this sexy purple dress. If you want to see more of my sister, then go here.

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Tera Lee-Beach Resort And Dolphins

January 18th, 2011

Bikini Babe And Teen Asian Angel

This is a candid picture of me, when my sister Keira and I stayed in Subic at this beach resort for a video and photo shoot, I just love dolphins so I just had to have my photo taken with this one. But who doesn’t like dolphins? We spent the whole day just lying around the pool and swimming. No Filipino’s don’t sun bathe:-) I made sure that I stayed out of the sun as much as possible, I followed the shade around the pool:-) It is very funny coz their where also three white girls staying at the same resort but they where always laying in the sun trying to get a tan. But all the filipina’s including me where sitting in the shade:-) Filipina’s don’t want to be dark skin, we want to have white skin like the foreign girls and the foreign girls want the skin of a filipina. The world is crazy:-) Want to see more of me, then click here!

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