The measure of a man

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Claudine preferred her men bald. She even seduced a few admirers to shave their heads.

“Why run your fingers through his hair when stroking his naked scalp is much more sensual,” she’d coo.

In reality, her cranial petting was more explorative than erotic. As a practitioner of the defunct medical field of phrenology, she was surreptitiously measuring the bumps and fissures on her suitors skulls without the interference of hair.

Particularly interested in any negativity of the region of Benevolence, she believed she could sort out potentially abusive partners. Claudine knew to beware of men with positive Firmness and Destructiveness.

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Benevolence and/or Goodwill
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