We all have our fantasies. We all have our major likes.
When it comes to wrestling beautiful women during sessions, our desires for play are endless.
Domination fantasies have been alive and well in our industry for decades. The enjoyment meter raises when the action is real.
One sensational DWW Video that fits the bill is DWW-FOM 517 produced in 2002 where the sensuous slender blonde Nicole U. met up against Aniko, a slender red head who possessed more skill at her 30 year mark.
We loved the comradery before the match began as the DWW Girls laughed and socialized. We see a table full of food and beverages. Wish we were there too.
When the battle began, it was a little close in the beginning but the determined red head was just too much for Nicole as she pinned her over and over.
Despite being out gunned and completely dominated, Nicole displayed a good competitive attitude, there was a festive spirit in the room and the girls competed hard and seemed to enjoy the match.
Very sexy video.
Today is what important though, true?
A gorgeous blonde who is strong and fit who fits the domination fantasy bill to perfection is Calista who provides sessions in Louisiana, United States. Please take a look at her.
Now if you ever had a domination fantasy, Calista is wonderfully supplied with beautiful female muscle. She can vertical leg press 600 amazing pounds. No wonder. She is a strapping 175 pounds.
“Calista is a drop dead gorgeous blonde who picked me up (all 220 lbs.) and threw me down on the bed so fast I lost my breath! She pounced on me and proceeded to wrestle and smother me into more submissions than I could count. As she sapped my strength, she became stronger. Her skill and strength were matched only by her beauty and tested me to my limits. She was intelligent, pleasant and fun. She gave me her full attention and was very generous with her time. I hope to see her every time she comes my way.”
“Who let the tiger out of the cage? Man, this woman Calista is the real deal—strong, tall and well- muscled, mixed in with just the proper amount of devilish and edgy playfulness. I had a session where she placed me in the fantasy holds i.e. scissors, grapevines, schoolboy pins and the like. It has been noted that it is hard to budge her once she has you down. Oh, I found it quite easy to escape her holds, all I had to do was to submit! Calista enjoys her sessions and that’s what separates her from the majority of session wrestlers on the circuit. She didn’t watch the clock, she’s a good conversationalist and very skilled. Advil is recommended for post-match recovery.”
Sounds amazing. Amazingly strong too. If you would like to visit her, you can email Calista at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What else can steal your heart more so than the city that is the heart of Louisiana than world famous New Orleans?
With an estimated population of 393,292 in 2017, it is the most populous city in Louisiana. A major port, New Orleans is considered an economic and commercial hub for the broader Gulf Coast region of the United States.
The historic heart of the city is the French Quarter, known for its French and Spanish Creole architecture and vibrant nightlife along Bourbon Street. The city has been described as the “most unique” in the United States, owing in large part to its cross-cultural and multilingual heritage.
April in New Orleans is just the right time.
Springtime means crawfish season in New Orleans.
With over 1,400 restaurants in New Orleans, there’s something for everyone.
The global leaders in travel at Lonely Planet know this Southern gem all too well. They invite, “When it comes to food, New Orleans does not fool around. Well, OK, it does: its playful attitude to ingredients and recipes mixes (for example) alligator sausage and cheesecake into a dessert fit for the gods. This sense of gastronomic play is rooted in both deep traditions – truly, this city has one of the few indigenous cuisines in the country – and a willingness to accommodate outside influences, both in terms of technique and ethnicity. New Orleans’ cuisine is a mix of Caribbean, African and European influences that is truly unique.”
The official travel site of this historical city, neworleans.com would like to speak about the French Quarter, “Often called the Crown Jewel of New Orleans, the French Quarter is one of NOLA’s most historic neighborhoods. But you’ll find plenty of new mixed in with the old. There’s a reimagined French Market, modern boutiques and artisan cocktails mix with beloved antique stores and old restaurants.
Like the Creole aristocrats lining the galleries of the Historic New Orleans Collection, the French Quarter is a timeless portrait – especially come dusk when swallows glide above the fortunetellers on Jackson Square and St. Louis Cathedral’s butter-crème-colored walls reflect the fiery sunset. Ghost tours troop past mad Madame LaLaurie’s mansion while neon signs stutter to life on Bourbon Street where syrupy red Hurricanes, slosh in famed ‘go cups’– those plastic tumblers responsible for uncountable curbside parties. Night falls. Horse hooves clop, music throbs and gaslights flicker in a place full of long-told legends and those waiting to be born. Create one of your own.”
When you visit Calista and New Orleans, how about some delicious Cajun food?
Trust us, there will so many outstanding restaurants to choose from.
We can smell the aroma from here. The look and feel of the Upperline restaurant is overwhelming. Falling in love with your host could be an expected result.
Please have a seat. At upperline.com they welcome, “Restore — the original meaning of restaurant. Restaurants were originally more than just a place to find a meal; they existed to soothe and bolster the weary soul with comfort and indulgence. My goal with the Upperline is to be just that, a haven for our guests: to help restore their serenity with great Louisiana food and wine, and of course hospitality.
At the Upperline, you’ll always find classic New Orleans dishes and newer inspirations exploring our ever-evolving vibrant Creole culture…We’re glad to welcome you.”
The invitation is happily accepted.
At opentable.com, the talented reviewers add their tasty two cents, “Upperline is a modern American restaurant that serves a wide variety of classic New Orleans-style dishes and contemporary Creole cuisine. The restaurant’s goal is to create a haven for its diners where they can do more than just eat. It strives to create a place where weary souls are soothed with comfort and indulgence through great food, wine and hospitality. The ambiance at Upperline is intimate and romantic and guests are expected to wear dressy attire.”
From time to time isn’t it nice to play dress up? Being adorned in your finest attire with a wonderful date makes for incredible memories.
Here are some reviews from satisfied customers:
“We had six for dinner on March 16th and this dining experience exceeded all of our expectations! I had the “Signature half duck with the garlic port sauce, definitely the best duck I’ve ever had and I’m a big duck lover.”
Here is another.
“We visited Upperline on. Sunday evening, having never eaten there before. Boy were we bowled over. Our wonderful evening began with a warm greeting by the owner, followed by attentive service from the wait staff and the food was fabulous.”
And one more.
“We come to New Orleans once a year (might become twice a year), because my wife likes this place so much. Creative Creole at is best. A very unique experience. The owner will great you upon arrival.”
What do you think?
Traveling to have Calista professionally enhance your domination fantasy sounds like a once in a lifetime memory. When you add in the delightful experience of hanging out in New Orleans and dining on some authentic Cajun food, it sounds like a delicious and spicy Session Girl experience.
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Opening photo via Bluegreen Vacations
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