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I am a plus sized woman, a queer woman and a visual artist. I have a great fascination with the female body and spend a lot of time admiring how my skin stretches and moves. The love I have for my body is a recent discovery, and the act of celebrating my nudity has been an incredibly big part of me discovering my value.

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birthplace: Melbourne, Australia
currently living in: Melbourne
occupation: Gallerist / Artist Liaison
age: 25
height: 175cm
relationship status: In a Relationship
starsign: Pisces
biggest passion in my life: Art, nudity, body positivity
I like to listen to: Acoustic tunes, distant traffic, the absolute silence of being in the countryside at night time
I like to watch: people reach orgasm, my partner laughing at bad jokes, trashy reality TV
I like to smell: Freshly baked bread, vanilla, eucalyptus after it's been raining
I like to taste: Strawberries, raspberries, hot coffee
I like to feel: Cuddles, freshly made bed sheets, cats purring while they snuggle you
favourite part of my body: My lips, my eyes, and my beautiful tummy!
favourite part of someone else's body: On women - everything! I am constantly in awe of how the female body looks and moves. On men - eyes, lips, shoulders and collarbones.
Why i shot myself: To celebrate my sexuality and my big chubby body in all its glory!
who I'd least like to see shoot themselves: Pauline Hanson
who I'd most like to see shoot themselves: Everybody! It's so much fun!
my website/fav website: ISM!
Most outrageous thing I have done: Skinny dipped in a public pool in a housing complex (that I didn't live in!)
Bands I like: Camp Cope, The Smith Street Band, Radiohead, City and Colour, Florence & The Machine
Books I like: I love to read exhibition catalogues and become familiar with the workings of the minds of other artists and curators
Films I like: My favourite of all time is a film called Baraka - it doesn't have any dialogue, just beautiful and fascinating footage of all sorts of cultural rituals from all parts of the world.
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