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Foot Binding

Foot binding is a custom that started in China during the Tang Dynasty (618 - 907). Back then small feet were considered beautiful so young girls were forced to bind their feet to stop them from growing.

Foot binding involved wrapping strips of cloth around the feet of baby girls. The cloth pushed the small toes under the foot. This made the foot bow and brought the big toe and heel closer together. The strips would be tightened every day and the girls would have to walk with their feet bound. The small toes would break and the whole foot became deformed. The purpose of binding was to keep feet from growing larger than 10cm which is only 3.9 inches!

This may not be as phucked up as inserting an apple into your pussy.  But foot binding is for life and does not heal!

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