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Lysistrata at Theatre UAF 2002 | History of Fashion Design

Lysistrata at Theatre UAF 2002

Lysistrata is an Ancient Greek comedy about women having a sex strike to force their men to end a war.  It is lewd, silly, and includes costumes which replicate over sized genitals. If you are underage or are simply offended by this sort of thing, please go away now. If not you may click the link below to go on:

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