What’s for lunch today?
hrmmmm good question i think i wanna veggie burg and sweet potato friessssss
What was your life like pre-porn?
I grew up a tomboy all through my elementary and junior high. I always played outside and mostly hung out with guys. Girls seemed too catty for me. I liked playing sports and hanging out with the boys. That lasted until junior high when I got a little girlier.
When did you lose your virginity?
I was 13 years old. I was very, very young. I guess guys became a perk for me.
Were you promiscuous after that?
I definitely enjoyed myself. It was more so that I had a select few partners who I experimented with. It wasn’t until college that I really started to sleep with more people. I think there were maybe 3 or 4 in the 5 years after I lost my virginity before college. It sounds promiscuous but it was just that I was with the same people a lot. I had a lot of sex.
Fallen Soldier’s Daughter Celebrating Father’s Day
What tribe are you from?
I grew up and lived on the Oneida Nation rez in Wisconsin. I am part of the Turtle Clan (or Wolf, if you want to be pedantic)
Why do some people call your clan the Turtle Clan if it’s really the Wolf Clan?
Oneida is a Matriarchy and my ancestry is through my father which would put me in wolf clan. My Grandma is Turtle though, so i choose to go off of that.
Is your Oneida Nation related to the Oneida Nation in NY?
Same ones. We were moved forcefully from there
How many people are in your tribe?
There’s only about 15,000 people left in my tribe
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When photographer Adrain Chesser tested positive for HIV and was diagnosed with AIDS, he knew that he had to break the news to his family and friends somehow. Eventually, he came up with the idea of letting his loved ones know about his condition by inviting them to his studio, one by one, for a simple, intimate photo shoot for an unnamed project. Unbeknownst to them, Chesser intended to reveal his illness and capture their reactions for a powerful portrait series titled I Have Something to Tell You.
Each image in the collection presents a separate, singular person in Chesser’s life reacting to the unfortunate news. They each have an expressive response to his secret that is easily seen through their physical demeanor and particularly through their facial expressions. Whether they are creasing their brows, trying to comprehend and soak in the devastating news of their friend’s health, clutching their chest in shock and disbelief, or solemnly shedding a tear, each person has a heartfelt, honest reaction.
Chesser says, “I’ve always felt I would do almost anything to know the power of holding a split second in my hands, and look at it as long and as lovingly as I care to, to capture something as elusive as an emotion, and to feel the power of that emotion possess me each time I look at it.” He adds, “While these photos are probably the worst pictures ever taken of my friends, they are undoubtedly the most beautiful.”