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I had so much fun shooting myself. It was wonderful way to express my true self after a summer of skinny dipping, topless dancing in the bush, and free beaches. I shot myself over the course of a few weeks. After shooting, I went about the rest of my day feeling sexy, confident, and more at home in my body. I felt turned on, too. It felt totally natural to have fresh air in my lungs and dirt on my skin.

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21 Aug 18
ZIP - 52|40M
birthplace: Naracoorte, Australia
age: 24
height: 157cms
relationship status: Polyamorous
starsign: Gemini
biggest passion in my life: I love poetry (listening to it and writing it) and am hooked on entering poetry competitions
I like to listen to: Little May and handpan music
I like to watch: I like to watch ethical erotica... don't we all?
I like to smell: I love the smell of wet hay or cut grass - it reminds me of the farm I grew up on
I like to taste: I like to taste the first bite of food when I'm very hungry
I like to feel: A sense of possibility and spontaneity
favourite part of my body: I love my curvy thighs
favourite part of someone else's body: When I am intimate with someone, I love observing the definition in their back
Why i shot myself: I shot myself to explore my creativity and sexuality at the same time.
who I'd least like to see shoot themselves: I really don't want to see Trump shoot himself
who I'd most like to see shoot themselves: I want to see my public transport crushes shoot themselves
my website/fav website: "Personality Hacker" is one of my favourite podcasts
Most outrageous thing I have done: I took nudes for my ex partner while staying in hostel dorms and showers. I worried about getting caught, but I think this turned me on even more!
Bands I like: Greta Stanley, Little May, Physical Release
Books I like: Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely, The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera, Mature Aussie Lady (Book One, The Beginning) by Taylor Tara
Films I like: Eyes Wide Shut, The Bentley Effect, About Time