1. How do you feel about being a woman?
I’ve always enjoyed being a woman for most part, but the atrocities against women and what I have been through in life, I’ve been molested quite a few times since I was 11, I think and it went on for a while. So, something in that way makes me upset about being a woman, but for most of my life I’ve been very happy to be a woman.
2. How did you feel about your vulva, vagina, and genitals growing up?
I was always very explorative. I think I started masturbating quite young, about 8 or 9 years old. So, I’ve been very explorative and only then after a few year of me doing that, I found that that it was actually very taboo thing to do, because I was told by people that it was a very taboo thing, but I don’t think I’ve actually ever truly felt that way. So yeah, I’m quite, I’ve always looked at it in the mirror to see what it looks like,, so very experimental in that way.
3. Yes. So, you’re telling us what you did, but how did you feel about them?
Nothing. I don’t think I attached any meaning to it as such. It was just something that was there for my pleasure and that was it, pleasure and functionality, that was it, nothing attached to it.
4. That’s great. So, what is your relationship with your vulva, vagina genitals now?
I think it’s only improved now that I’m older. I don’t know, I used it a lot for sex which is really good and yeah, I think my relationship with it has only improved as years have gone by. Yeah, I’m more and more explorative now than I was when I was younger.
5. What role do you think our vulva, vagina genitals play in our sexuality or in your sexuality?
I think it play such a huge role in my sexuality because it’s an organ that can give me so much pleasure. So, I like to use it as much as I can, as often as I can and it plays a very very major role in pleasure basically, in pleasuring me. Yeah, that’s it, that’s all I have to say about that.
4. What do you wish you learn about your sexuality growing up? What do you wish you learn about being a sexual person?
I wish, I really wish that there was more education about sexuality and not in the way that it’s a taboo or please don’t be over sexual or whatever. I wish it was more normalize and I wish there was more not in the way of it being very very medical, I really wish it was taught that it was okay to masturbate and it was okay to be however you chose to be whether very feminine or masculine and I wish that these things weren’t attached to sexuality. I feel like, I wish that there was more openness about sex and it being a more personality kind of thing and it being more attached to you as a person and not as a gender. Yes, yeah, that’s it.
5. So, what would you like to say to other women through this?
I wish that you would be more open about your body and exploring your sexuality. I wish you would be more open about exploring your own body and I don’t think it has anything to do with your gender, you can identify it as anything and please be very free to love whoever you want to love regardless of gender and be very kind and loving to yourself because you deserve love from others, but more so you deserve love from yourself and a lot of acceptance from yourself and please do not compare yourself to other women or other bodies, other minds, you were brought here for a reason, you’re here for a reason, please be very accepting of who you are and really choose to love yourself everyday just like you choose to love others. Yeah.
6. So how was your photoshoot?
I really really enjoyed myself. Martha kept talking to me which was very very, which put me at ease and Kelvin is such a gentle and inclusive photographer and he is, both of them really really put you at ease and not once did I think that oh my god I’m lying here naked, it was just a lot of freedom to and I’ve never done something like this before, so I felt like a lot of freedom and I’m very very open to doing something like this again. Yes.