Portland Session Girl

It is so easy to love Portland, Oregon.

From the fresh air and unique coffee shops to the friendly people, Portland is the best. That’s why so many movies are shot in Portland.

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For example the film Pay It Forward is a 2000 American dramaromance film based on the novel of the same name by Catherine Ryan Hyde. The film is set in Las Vegas in the present day, and it chronicles 12-year-old Trevor McKinney’s launch of a goodwill movement known as ‘pay it forward‘. Directed by Mimi Leder and written by Leslie Dixon, the film stars Haley Joel Osment as Trevor, Helen Hunt as his alcoholic single mother Arlene McKinney, and Kevin Spacey as his physically and emotionally scarred social studies teacher Eugene Simonet.

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The storyline goes when 11-year-old Trevor McKinney (Haley Joel Osment) begins 7th grade in Las Vegas, Nevada, his social studies teacher Eugene Simonet (Kevin Spacey) gives the class an assignment to devise and put into action a plan that will change the world for the better. Trevor’s plan is a charitable program based on the networking of good deeds. He calls his plan “pay it forward“, which means the recipient of a favor does a favor for three others rather than paying the favor back. However, it needs to be a major favor that the recipient cannot complete themselves.

The film was shot in Portland.

There is another reason to love Portland.

Ava is a sweet big sexy girl at a sensuous 190 pounds.

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Wow, look at her. Wouldn’t you love to tussle with her down on the mats?

Let’s meet her.

At her WB270 profile she smiles, “I’m primarily a dominatrix, although I find the term to be ill-suited. My primary pursuit is to get my head in synch with my body and those of my partner, regardless of activity.

I am unusually beautiful, soft, and around the 93rd percentile for height, and an estimated 80th percentile in terms of strength.

My backgrounds in belly dance, yoga, Pilates, and engineering, and experience working with the elderly has provided me with flexibility, a solid core, speed, and a thorough understanding of body mechanics and leverage.

Wrestling allows me to get in touch with the predatory part of myself, something I find few healthy outlets for in day to day life.

I like to invade the physical space of my partner, putting my mouth near their neck, pressing my face against theirs- showing them that, at this moment, I own them and they are completely vulnerable to me.

As a woman, I know that my physical strength is only a small part of my power. I employ my flexibility, speed, and sexuality to distract, surprise, and overwhelm my opponents.

I recognize that strategy is a major component of wrestling and use my knowledge of body mechanics to augment my natural strength and size.

I rent wrestling space in a dungeon in SW Portland by OSHU, but am happy to do outcall once a relationship and trust are established.”

Good to know.

Sounds like fun.

Her contact email is https://avakruger.com/contact/

Well, after having a session with Ava, what else can you do in Portland?

We have a visiting speaker with some great ideas.

5 Must-See Water Features in Portland, Oregon

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By Lucas Grant

The city of Portland is home to a wide variety of public fountains, many of them striking enough to mesmerize any plumber. Portland denizens appreciate having fountains where they can play and cool off in the summer months. The Portland Water Bureau maintains the city’s fountains, which are marvels of plumbing installation studied by tour groups and art students alike. Here’s a guide to enjoying Portland’s fountains this summer.

  1. Keller Fountain, SW 3rd & Clay
    Designed in 1971 by Angela Danadjieva, the Ira Keller Forecourt Fountain is simply stunning. Its blocky vertical face features “cliffs” where Portland’s aquatic-minded citizens enjoy perching on a hot summer’s day. Those more interested in sunbathing often sprawl out on the grassy areas surrounding the fountain. This jewel in the Portland plumbing system evokes the geography of the waterfalls in the Pacific Northwest.
  2. Rose Petal Fountain, SE 106th & Stark
    Located at 106th and SE Stark, the Rose Petal Fountain was designed in 1978. One of the only fountains in the area, the Rose Petal Fountain’s three spouts shoot recycled water over a rock installation known as the Stark Street Island. Because it’s one of the lesser-known fountains in Portland, the Rose Petal Fountain is wonderful for those hoping to catch some fun in the sun without fighting off crowds.
  3. Skidmore Fountain, SW 1st & Ankeny
    Dedicated to the memory of early Portland businessman Stephen G. Skidmore, the Skidmore Fountain was designed to allow dogs, horses, and humans to drink from its graceful spouts. Located deep in Old Town Portland, the fountain’s graceful design was inspired by the fountains of the 1878 Paris Expositions. According to a well-loved Portland story, native brew master Henry Weinhard offered to pump beer through the Skidmore Fountain at its dedication in 1888. Its central location in Old Town makes the Skidmore Fountain a lovely place to enjoy lunch from the Saturday Market or any number of downtown food carts.
  4. Salmon Street Springs, SW Salmon & Naito Parkway
    Tom McCall Waterfront Park, or just “Waterfront Park” for many Portlanders, brags one of Portland’s most famous and popular water fountains – the Salmon Street Springs fountain. This 137-jet display is called a “guessing fountain” because it is nearly impossible to predict where the water will come out next. An underground computer masterminds this Portland plumbing water show. The Salmon Street Fountain is a wonderful place to people watch.
  5. Holladay Park Fountain
    Like Salmon Street Springs, the Holladay Park Fountain’s programmed nozzles shoot water in playful arches over the heads of passers-by. Designers Murase Associates and Tim Clemen included a programmable system of valves and nozzles so as to add an element of spontaneity to the fountain.

As you can see, Portland plumbing is anything but boring once you know where to look! Even if you’re not a plumber, Portland has water features that will delight and fascinate your mind while refreshing your body. So, the next time the summer sun has got you feeling exhausted, pack some sun block and a picnic lunch and head to one of Portland’s charming water fountains.

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3 Mountains offers Portland plumbing services and plumbing installation tips to address all your plumbing needs, whether you hope to build an elaborate water fountain or just tweak the plumbing under your sink.

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Julie Squeeze Star Wrestler

From oranges, towels and kittens to nickels; people love to squeeze things. Some people will squeeze the cider out of your Adam’s apple. Others try and squeeze twenty things to do into eight hours.

In 2001 it was reported that 27 people squeezed into that year’s VW Bug.

Julie a sensational wrestler from Salem, Oregon is different.

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She loves to squeeze people. Hard! Men or women, it doesn’t make any difference. They both get it until they scream the magic words.

I submit! I give! I’ll pay!

When this writer sees Julie, it squeezes a song out of me. Here goes:

Watchin’ every motion in my foolish lover’s game
On this endless ocean, finally lovers know no shame
Turnin’ every turn to some secret place inside
Watchin’ in slow motion as you turn around and say…………….Take my breath away

If you’ve watched Julie wrestle, it’s impossible not to fall in love with her. She’s been a star and champion in our industry for years. I wouldn’t be surprised if statues are one day built in her likeness.

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I’m not the only one who has his breath taken away by her even when I’m not being squeezed.

Here is what the female wrestling industry leader Femwin who worked with Julie for years had to say about her. “Julie’s a pretty fitness model from Los Angeles who’s been considered one of the very best wrestlers for a number of years. She’s a very strong and fit girl who describes herself as a “scissors specialist” and most would certainly agree with this as she’s squeezed many male and female opponents into submission! However, Julie’s a well-rounded wrestler and uses many other holds to force submissions including strangles and her feared triangle chokes! A very nice girl, Julie can be ferociously competitive and hates to lose, and rarely does!”

Part of what makes her a so well rounded wrestler are her other life hobbies and pursuits.

At a young age, she fell in love with sports, watching and participating in everything from her favorite of basketball, to boxing, wake boarding, snow-boarding, roller-skating and weight lifting.

Julie was a star in high school basketball, but was forced to quit after she was hit by a drunk driver, breaking both arms and a leg. Unable to continue playing basketball, Julie began to search for other sports to compete in. At twenty-one she moved to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida where she found a new talent in wrestling and fitness modeling.

Wrestling came very natural for Julie and revived her competitive spark. In 2006 Julie moved to LA and has since been traveling the world competing in submission, competitive, and professional wrestling. She also is a highly trained MMA fighter.

Winners embrace hard work. They love the discipline of it, the trade-off they’re making to win. Losers, on the other hand, see it as punishment. And that’s the difference...Lou Holtz

She also provides fantastic customer service during sessions where she wrestles men. A satisfied customer smiled, “I was recently in Oregon on business travel and on my last night there, happened to come across Julie Squeeze on this site. In somewhat of an impulsive decision, I contacted her and we set up a session. When Julie walked through the door of my hotel room, I was absolutely floored by how beautiful she was. Before starting, we talked for a little while to get to know each other, and it became clear that Julie is extremely kind, caring, genuine, passionate, and simply emanates consistent positive vibes. In short, Julie is just an awesome person, through and through.

As for the wrestling – the nickname JulieSqueeze isn’t just to be cute – her legs are unbelievably strong (and beautiful). I bragged a little at the beginning about having a high tolerance for pain and an unwillingness to tap. Well, needless to say, I was tapping within 15 seconds of the first scissor hold.”

You can see a sample of Julie at work by visiting http://www.juliesqueeze.com/videos.

Salem is a great town to relax in. I’ve done that several times. My favorite part of Julie’s home state is the Oregon Coast. It is so fresh, beautiful and spiritual. My family and I once stayed with a friend in their timeshare and when you walked out on the balcony, the soft white capped waves gently lapped right beneath.

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I would purposely wake up about 3am, go outside, site, sadly thing about my teen years having just attended a high school reunion and wait for the sun to come up from behind me.

Julie grew up in a great environment.

Here is what the writer John Waller had to say about the Oregon Coast.

“The Oregon Coast demands attention. Somehow just spending time watching in wonder overcomes any itinerary or agenda. One day as I observed sea foam lightly dancing off the swells at Cook’s Chasm, it struck me that I spend almost no time doing nothing. Because doing nothing is boring and unproductive, right? But then I thought, is it really nothing when you sit quietly with no filter between you and the world around you, or is it everything? The Coast in wintertime expresses itself with purity and a rugged simplicity that inspires me to do the same. And in that space, I find everything.

Winter. This is the pure, authentic Oregon Coast. It’s the convergence of nature and culture at its best. Wintertime at the Coast is like a grand orchestra and a Broadway show in one endless performance to which you have front row seats. And after the sunset finale, you still find wisdom, depth and inspiration.”

Julie certainly has been an inspiration to our wrestling industry. She’s absolutely been an inspiration to me.

It’s always great to meet someone who is beautiful, loves life, embraces it and lives it to the full.

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Fem Wrestlers – Deodorant

For a female wrestler, deodorant is an important but often avoided subject.

There are some subjects most people never want to discuss. Any flight pattern that guides you towards the subject of waste related products is one to be avoided and guaranteed to invoke crash landings on dates, at the dinner table or job interviews to name a few.

Still, from time to time we should talk about deodorant.

Now is one of those times.

Some aspects of the growing attraction to female wrestling are the ingredients of internal fortitude and controlled aggression. The sustained combination of both in a sporting environment leads to sweat. Sweat can lead to odor unless you have the right deodorant.

[pullquoteright] Success is a great deodorant………….
Elizabeth Taylor

When researching the subject that few want to talk about it’s interesting the volume of information and the vast number of professional people who actually do speak extensively on what goes on under the arm pit.

There is good news and bad news. Which one should we talk about first?

Okay, let’s start with the bad along with the promise that things will get better.

What are the components that make for a bad deodorant product you should avoid? An entertaining and informative website totalbeauty.com does most of the work for us. In their extensive survey and testimonials if your deodorant demonstrates some of these malfunctions it’s probably time to get a new one.

One reader states, “I thought because it is a clear liquid, [this product] would be perfect for summer — no more white marks on my clothes! Wrong. It’s a clear liquid when it goes on, but when it dries there’s still a bit of white to it.”

No one wants white stains or stains of any kind. If your deodorant is staining you up, you can do better.

The comments came pouring in and to capsulize the factors that might influence you to make a switch are clumping which feels like glue underneath your arms, a constant wet sensation, initiating its own bad smell (in one case like an onion), not being effective, giving you a rash or the need for numerous daily applications.

By contrast there were two major factors that should influence you to stay put and those are price and effectiveness. A viewer explained, “This deodorant might seem expensive, but it lasts and lasts. I have had it for 14 months and use it every day. This is an exceptional buy.”

The prices we researched on the most effective deodorants ranged from $1.99 to $22.00. Most were under ten dollars. If you would like to review the article it was written by Haley Mason on March 12, 2014 and entitled, “9 Best Deodorants and Antiperspirants” at the website totalbeauty.com. We decided not to name brand names but for your benefit she does.

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While the article covers the subject well (pun intended), as you might guess there are other options besides commercial deodorants that may help prevent undesirable odors and perspiration. If you go online and research organic or natural deodorants there is a wealth of information on how to mix your own natural ingredients to produce your own effective concoction. What we found interesting was the continual reference to natural oils and vitamins. Coconut oil and Shea butter seemed to be the ingredients of choice as a foundation. The website wellnessmama.com offers some suggestions. If cost is an issue though, by the time you buy all of the ingredients you most likely will spend more than purchasing one at a supermarket.

Some are concerned about the addition of aluminum to some commercial deodorants and that this element could lead to breast cancer hence the desire for an organic solution.

There is another option.

Don’t wear any deodorant at all.

Believe or not there is a sizable group who feel that going au natural is perfectly fine. To our surprise one prominent business person admitted she never uses deodorant and even allowed her picture to be posted next to the article in the New York Times.

[pullquoteleft] I don’t use deodorant. If you drink enough water, you shouldn’t have to. I think I smell pretty good without it.
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The article shares, “No, she does not work from home in pajamas. In fact, Ms. Palmer, the chief executive of Osea, an organic skin-care line, often travels to meet business contacts at the five-star luxury hotels where her line is sold. They might be surprised to read that Ms. Palmer, a petite, put-together brunette, showers “no more than three times a week,” she said, and less if she hasn’t been “working out vigorously.”

She contends that a soapy washcloth under her arms, between her legs and under her feet is all she needs to get “really clean.” On the go, underarm odor is wiped away with a sliced lemon.

We sense that this approach probably works only when you are the boss or married to one.

Their thinking tends to be based upon diet. The more organic and healthy your diet is, filled with vegetables, natural foods and the extensive consumption of water, the less likely you will have a strong smell.

The New York Times adds, “Adults younger than 24 use deodorant and antiperspirant more than nine times a week, but even for older age groups, usage never falls below an average of once a day, according to Mintel, a market research firm.”

Probably the best news is that the companies that manufacture deodorants still have new frontiers to market their products to and expand their profits. Global expansion and increased competition usually leads to more research and enhanced products.

The huffingtonpost.com sites we spend $18 billion a year trying to stop or at least mask the smell of our sweat.

According to the site gcimagazine.com and Euromonitor, “the fastest-growing markets in regard to total deodorant sales as a percentage value of CAGR (Compounded Annual Rate of Growth) for 2012–2017, India tops the list, followed by Vietnam, Iran, Indonesia, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Peru, Brazil, Pakistan, China, Tunisia, Thailand, Azerbaijan and the Dominican Republic.

The group prweb.com adds, “Deodorants market is considered well developed and entrenched in the mature markets of US and Europe. Unit volume expansion in such markets is only possible through the development of innovative products, and improved product mix. On the other hand, the market in the Asian countries is relatively small and ripe for future expansion and development.”

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So you are at a dance club, the place is jumping, there is pulsation and electricity everywhere. Wow! You see this sensational looking guy. He gives you the eye. You give him the eye, twice. He walks over to you. You begin to sweat, a little. Then, a little more. You can’t think of anything to say so you blurt out over the booming music, “The reason you can’t smell me is because I’m wearing…….”

I think we would all agree that speaking about body odor is not an ideal conversation starter but if you are a female wrestler in terms of finding the deodorant that is right for you, don’t sweat it. Then again, the next time you apply a headlock and you want to smell for strategic reasons, you too can do some research for what is the ideal solution for your unique scent. Please be encouraged as there is a lot of good information out there, all you have to do is pin it down.

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