Exquisite Siren loves to spend her time at night clubs dancing the night away. She also enjoys camping and any activity that lets her get back to nature and “disconnect” from the technological world. She plays tennis and likes to spend as much time naked as she possibly can, often admiring herself in a full-length mirror in her apartment.

“We don’t disconnect as often as we should,” Siren explains. “We lead lives surrounded by sanitized technology. We walk around on carpet and concrete and asphalt. We drive around in boxes made of steel and glass. We’re as disconnected as we could possibly be from the Earth and the world that gave us life. The things we use most often, like phones and tablets and computers, are exciting and entertaining, but they’re dead machines. They’re inanimate objects that have no life to them. I think human beings were meant to surround themselves with life, and once, when we lived closer to the Earth, we absolutely were. Now we spend as much time and effort as possible building walls to keep the rest of the world out. That’s not a bad thing and I’m not saying we should all start living in caves or in the forest. I’m just saying that because we live in this modern world, we should force ourselves to disconnect from it now and then, get that peace and quiet that we’re missing.”


Age 23
Height 5’5″
Hair Blonde
Ethnicity Caucasian
Orientation Bi-Sexual
Rate $900

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Siren explains that when she can, she likes to go camping as far into the wilderness as is possible. “When I choose a camping spot to go out and get connected to nature,” she says, “I try to find a place that you can’t get a cell phone signal. I don’t want to be connected to the rest of the world when I get away. Going camping, for me, is a way to get back in touch with the Earth while regaining some of the peace that our super-connected society denies you the rest of the time. Think about how often you are interrupted by text messages and other alerts. People can reach you and disturb you any time they want. Before the smartphone, we were much harder to get hold of on a moment’s notice, and you could actually carve out some quiet time for yourself. I try to do that on a regular basis by getting away from that connection, and finding peaceful areas in nature that are free of those interruptions.”

Dancing is Siren’s other outlet, and it is a much different one. “I adore night life,” she says. “There are few things I like better than to walk into a night club wearing my tightest mini-dress, knowing that every man is watching me as I hit that dance floor. I can get into the hottest clubs, even the ones that are packed, looking like I do. And once I do, I cut loose. I just give my body to the music and let it move me. They say the rhythm is going to get you, right? Well, it does whenever I hear it. When I’m dancing, when I’m just giving up control, I like it to be so loud I can feel it in my chest, feel it push me around the dance floor. When I’m sweating and feverish with that kind of free-for-all, that’s when I like to meet a cute guy, dance up next to him, and get close to him. It’s thrilling and exciting to see where things go from there. To me, that’s the kind of adventure that makes our short lives worth living. I love life.”