Eyes opened, covered or closed, desiring to be someone else has crossed the minds of virtually everyone on this planet.
How do we know?
Isn’t that why Halloween was invented? Think about it. Once every year, millions get to wear a costume and pretend to be a completely different person.
Someone more dangerous and perhaps more interesting.
And that is just with the children.
For us adults there is the Halloween party.
There we can be anyone that we desire. It is so much fun. Even if it is just for one night.
It is human nature for people to try to present themselves as if they are someone more attractive and desirable than they really are.
But then, who is the judge of that? When you look in the mirror perhaps you see one image but when others peer at you that don’t know you, perhaps they see someone else.
Someone more attractive.
You know it is true. It’s probably happened to you.
Haven’t you ever seen a beautiful stranger on campus, at work or someone who frequents an establishment where you eat at or visit on a regular basis?
You are completely enamored with them and even secretly follow them around. At least for a little bit.
The fantasy you create about who they are, how they speak, how they live and more important, what it would be like to have romance with them escalates with each passing day that you don’t meet them.
Then you finally do.
It turns out they are not remotely who you think they are.
Mostly it is a supreme disappointment but in all fairness, whose fault is that?
They never promised you a rose garden. It was you who placed them there, Marilyn Monroe style.
There is always a subconscious desire to have a different life or to be someone else. Everybody wants a different, larger life, and the movies provide the rose colored glasses for the life we so deeply desire.
Or to be with the person that we really desire, even if from a distance.
It probably started with the film Laura.
Here the detective falls in love with a woman he never met, and when they finally meet he arrests her for murder, then believes that she is innocent and admits that he loves her.
It was masterfully updated 14 years later.
Here is the storyline.
Scottie is forced into early retirement because an incident in the line of duty has caused him to develop acrophobia (an extreme fear of heights) and vertigo (a false sense of rotational movement). Scottie is hired by an acquaintance, Gavin Elster, as a private investigator to follow Gavin’s wife Madeleine (Kim Novak), who is behaving strangely.
Vertigo received mixed reviews upon initial release, but is now often cited as a classic Hitchcock film and one of the defining works of his career.
It was another classic case of a man becoming so obsessed with someone he doesn’t know but desires to have.
There is a modern update on those themes and although it is not remotely in the category of the previous classics, it did have its moments.
White Orchid is a 2018 film starring Olivia Thirlby as a shy investigator who assumes the identity of a small town female murder victim in order to solve her gruesome death.
It has the plot twists of a Hitchcock noir classic. The deceased is gorgeous and blonde so our mousy investigator, this time played by a woman (after all it is 2018), becomes enamored with the victim’s persona, wears her blonde wig and begins to imitate her to catch a killer.
We see elements of Fatal Attraction where the investigator and another super sexy woman, who may be the murderer, dance with each other amorously on a pulsating dance floor.
There is the classic coastal California scenery with the majestic Pacific Ocean and her crashing waves and of course we have to have the constantly angry Police Chief who keeps warning our daring amateur sleuth that she keeps crossing the line.
It is all good fun though.
As long as you pretend it is classic noir.
The informative gossip site hollywoodreporter.com adds, “The White Orchid, aims to stir fond memories of The Maltese Falcon and The Big Sleep, and it is even presented under the auspices of the Humphrey Bogart Estate, with Bogart’s son, Stephen Bogart, as one of the executive producers.”
Impressive. The legendary Humphrey Bogart’s son. We love that twist.
So in our Session Girl industry we are very fortunate. Why?
When we have a session with a gorgeous girl, we can have her pretend to be someone else as we do as well.
We can virtually be anyone that we want to be.
Once we close those doors, we close the atmosphere of reality and the outside world as well.
One beautiful girl that we have worked with before who is noir beautiful, elegant, classy and can quietly take you into another world where you can pretend to be anyone that you desire to be is Samantha Grace.
Time for a meet and greet.
At her WB270.com profile she whispers, “I have always loved wrestling. I love being active and I love being in charge.”
Sounds very sexy.
She continues, “I follow a strict O Lifting schedule of 3 days a week and I can lift and carry up to about 180 lbs. I do a weekly gymnastics but I also, add gymnastics to my regular CrossFit style work outs. Which often have elements of lifting as well. I do a gymnastics work out about twice a week and three CrossFit work outs a week. I often to more than one work out in a day. This is very important to me.
I’ve done a lot of model work however, I have always been an athlete first. I believe my athletic body made my modeling career possible. My first scissor video was with Scissorvixens in 2005. I loved working with them so much, dominating guys and squeezing them with my strong legs. I soon found myself working with grappling girls and Bouttimewrestling, only a month after Scissor Vixens. I was hooked after my first shoot and started dominating boys in wrestling/ boxing sessions just a week after my first video went up! I have worked with Sleeperkidsworld, Pro style fantasies, and Academy Wrestling; just to name a few companies I have worked with.”
You can find Samantha’s wrestling videos at https://grapplingstars.com/fvsf-wrestling-videos/
Samantha sessions out of West Side Los Angeles.
Her email is email@example.com
So there you are.
Or is that really you? With Samantha and our industry’s other gorgeous Session Girls, you don’t have to be.
Please bring your Fedora hat. Classic is fine. Noir is desired.
You can virtually be anyone you want. At least for the moment. Even a detective who has fallen in love with a beautiful Session Girl.
Complete with Marilyn Monroe styled blonde hair. Or is that Kim Novak?
When that incredible session is over, we sense that you will deeply miss it though you won’t forget it.
Don’t be sad that it is over. Don’t cry because it is in the past. Always remember…
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