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Caroline Giuliani's daughter shows exactly why she loves thomes

Giuliani's daughter has declared her appreciation for thomes, commenting that it has helped her to become a better person.

Caroline Giuliani, the president's daughter, speaks about her exploits in a three-woman/man threesome article for Vanity Fair.

The piece which is titled “I Want to Watch My Boyfriend Bend You Over” is about how Caroline, the daughter of Rudy and Donna Hanover had remained hidden behind closed doors for most of her life and only began to be truly aware of her bisexuality late in her thirties. I wanted to experience new ways of working

Caroline Rose Giuliani authored an article for the December issue of Vanity Fair.
Caroline Rose Giuliani authored an article for the December issue of Vanity Fair.

Caroline recently joined a dating site for “unicorns” — those who were looking for Doms — and after doing so, she posted: I chatted with a woman who wants to be submissive with her boyfriend.

As I had suggested in the text message, I was submissive, but as we were chatting, I adopted an authoritative position. “In that moment, I took on the role of a sexual supplicant.”

There we met the couple and spent the night at their house.” At one point, I fucked Oliver while Isabella and Isabella observed. as a form of erotic humiliation. Much of the encounter was pleasant and fun, but the most intriguing was when I began to experience Oliver's intense desire to give Isabella pleasure.

Caroline learns that she has battled anxiety and depression and recognizes that her large, complex mind as a gift; and from that realization, she writes, “I've shared amazing moments of connection and transformation with these couples.”

Caroline has defied her father by saying she intends to vote for Biden.

Giuliani was not available for comment for comment at the time of publication.

Caroline Rose Giuliani admits she finds pleasure and pride being a third person in a sexual relationship to "Vanity Fair." Will we look at mythical unicorns the same?