If you take the plunge and decide to meet me, you’re going to meet a most intriguing woman who is unafraid of living her own life. There’s no sense in demurring about who I am or what I offer to a man who has the right mindset.
Naturally Perfect or Perfectly Natural?
I’m in the prime of my life and feel it! I’m ridiculously healthy and boringly wholesome. My natural effervescence is untainted by drugs. I don’t smoke and drink very little: a cocktail or couple glasses of champagne (because I can’t handle any more!).
I have deep, expressive eyes, light gold silken skin and a quick, perfect smile. Free of cosmetic surgery; conscientiously maintained from my clavicle and delicate shoulders to my arched feet and polished toes so that I’m a joy to behold and touch. If numbers are your thing, here are mine.
Though you won’t catch me in jeans — my understated style is continental in flavor, with classic tendencies, accented with impeccable lingerie – I dress for the occasion in whatever strikes my fancy at that time. Sometimes I’m delightfully dishy, without tripping over the line into tarty. Rest assured, I’m wearing exactly what I wish to be wearing. You do the same.
I wear my glasses 99% of the time. If you see me without my glasses on, chances are I’m looking for them (or having my picture taken).
The Longest Bit to Read
I’m not going to describe myself using a predictable list of opposites (I’m demure yet lusty! Innocent yet sophisticated! Short yet tall! Blonde yet brunette!). Simply put: I’m a woman and a complex one; you’ll sense the great reserve behind my smile when we meet. There are many facets to my nature and no one person ever discovers them all. The same is true for you — I certainly can’t know of all you within a few hours – unless you’re incredibly shallow!
As someone who is internally-directed (a Myers Briggs INFJ) and well-mannered yet poorly-socialized, I’ve successfully resisted attempts at proper domestication. Probably why being a companion works so well for me on a personal level.
On the plus side, you’ll find I’m sincere, certainly a listener more than a talker (I used up all my words on this bio). A confidante to some, encouraging positive change in their lives. As I become acquainted with you, I lose my reserve and am naturally very warm and quietly affectionate. Never intrusive but straightforward and disarmingly frank (I’m not very good at dissembling). I’ve been told I’m extremely feminine and am a believer in retaining that natural mystery. My core is gentle, compassionate, and unusually empathetic. Time and experiences have only added to and deepened my natural temperament.
I’m very natural, unaffected, clear-sighted and usually don’t take myself too seriously — which you’ll discover when we meet, if you haven’t already discerned that by reading this. Typically there is a lot of laughter involved — a sure sign in any area of life that things are going well. But…I’m not a great actress so you end up with a very real encounter. That’s exactly what some desire. Others don’t.
Bookish, for sure. I have a huge range of interests, some of which are lifelong. Recently, I’ve developed a taste for world politics and global economics. Admittedly, it’s a self-directed affair with large knowledge gaps, as with most of my interests. All this means is there’s very little you can mention that will be alien to me. But if I am unfamiliar with the topic at hand I will pick your brain, with great relish. I love meeting someone who knows a lot about whatever is currently piquing my curiosity.
After thinking this through, there really isn’t much I want that you can put in a small box (like property in the Black Hills National Forest). Sure, I like all the luxury brands every other woman does, but there’s no compelling reason to list them, or all the other crap that catches my eye online or in store windows. You could always make a donation in my name to Desiree Alliance or the Crazy Horse Memorial (which I would love to see finished in my lifetime), but none of these are really necessary.
Pay it forward. Life has shown me that when I’ve truly needed help, people (often surprising people), have stepped forward with generous hearts and open hands. Instead of giving me chocolates or expensive lingerie, quietly help out someone who needs it. That benefits the world far more than me having one more set of frilly knickers.
A recognized iconoclast, both personally and professionally. Self-propelled mavericks aren’t for everyone and I recognize that. But if you enjoy a woman with plans…
I have a double-major bachelor’s degree in photography and English. I started stripping in my last year of school. Three years after college I began working as an escort, which gave me the idea to write a book about escort work.
That single book turned into a planned series of four! I’ve written and published two of the four; the remaining two have yet to be written (feel free to visit my books’ website). I’m running my fledgling publishing company and supporting the rights of sex workers in the US. My future plans include: build a media empire, change the prostitution laws in the US, change the world’s perceptions of escorts. Have a great time while doing it all!!
If you’re curious, you’re more than welcome to request a free, signed copy of each of my books! Provided gratis the next time we see each other. I’ve gotten a lot of positive feedback from men regarding Book 1, so you might enjoy the read.
While I’ve long debated over including the above info, you’re going to find out as soon as you Google my name. Professional anonymity is a luxury I don’t have — it’s one of the choices I’ve made.
That doesn’t mean I’m so well-known that the average person spots me having dinner with you. It doesn’t happen.
How This Works For You and Me
If [rudely] pressed to explain my services, here’s my answer: I’m a person, not a service. If you can’t wrap your head around this concept, we probably won’t get along very well.
Please understand I will do nothing that compromises my mental or physical health and safety. Nor will I engage in anything that I feel causes harm to you or someone else.
You don’t need to bring anything with you. If you care to provide beverages, I enjoy champagne (Cristal, Perrier-Jouet, Veuve Clicquot), but most especially water (still, not sparkling).
I can’t say that I’m comfortable in every situation. For instance, I’d be terribly uncomfortable if we’re involved in a high-speed chase — unless I’m driving. But I’ve handled surprise encounters while out with clients and attended business-dinner meetings with my clients. Most situations of normal social engagement are quite within my comfort zone and not a problem.
As you may’ve guessed, I don’t wish to be reviewed. See the very first sentence of this section to understand why. If you need more explanation, several intelligent ladies have written eloquently on the subject and I will happily send you links to their essays, if you’d like. Though this doesn’t directly address the issue of reviews, if you have a few minutes, you can read an explanation of my philosophy and experiences in the escort realm.
I don’t pretend to offer a GFE to anyone but my boyfriends and most of them have complained mightily about it. Consider that I’m saving you a lot of hassle by not offering a GFE because apparently I make a terrible girlfriend. So no, I won’t be your girlfriend. I will be your companion, which is something much more adult (arguably I’m much better at this than being a girlfriend).
Jokes aside, ideally what happens between us is that we discover the points in our characters and lives where we mesh together and create our own path. Naturally, this makes for an individually-unique journey, building where we left off before. Each encounter is its own and I’m happy to leave it that way: an organic and whole experience.
In Which I Mention Running, Among Other Things
Did you know my favorite Python is Graham Chapman? Might explain why I always look on the bright side of life.
As is true with most writers, reading is a lifelong passion. I mainly read non-fiction and try to keep up with the news. My new popcorn-fiction is the Jack Reacher series. I bought a Kindle – after I settled back in Dallas from my ongoing traveling. You may be thinking that a lot of my wording sounds familiar because you’ve stumbled across it before, only not with my name attached. This is a constant thorn in my side (as is true of all writers, particularly those online). For even more samples of my writing, here is the the promised flash of brilliance and a moment of Zen.
I enjoy all sorts of music: classical, jazz, hard rock, 80s pop music, electronic/dance music. Find out five fun things you wouldn’t guess about me!
I run in the mornings. It wakes me up, defuses stress and gives me opportunity to curse at the other people getting in my way (road-rage on the hoof). Thanks to a recommendation to read Born to Run, I’ve donated my running shoes to someone who hasn’t read it.
Barefooting has changed my life in an enormously positive way. I run barefoot and still maintain perfectly-polished toes and clean soles. Weather-permitting, I go everywhere barefoot, so don’t expect me to always wear shoes during our time together. I find that my natural foot goes with formal gowns just as beautifully as a casual skirt and top.
Due to my barefoot running, I have an incredibly unique foot: it’s unusually flexible, extremely sensitive, finely-muscled and arched like a rainbow. My feet resemble a ballerina’s while en pointe, minus the pink slippers. (A supremely easy way to my heart is your knowledgeable and experienced ability to give a great foot massage.)
I have an interest in all animals, especially horses and birds, and wanted to become veterinarian when I was younger. Other hobbies include: passport-stamp-collecting, bird-watching, and defying authority!
And finally, for those truly curious minds, here’s my comprehensive list of private activities I enjoy but for which no money is exchanged.