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A: I don’t know that I have specific stunts, but I kind of want to keep creating my own that mean something to me. I’m taking it to another level — I want to make it different, but in my own way. In general, it’s so hard to find real people who are dedicated and passionate about anything — I live in a really superficial area.I’m about to start working on a new stunt actually. Morgue is my best friend on the show and the reason I like him so much is because he is such a real person and what he does is so impressive to me and I admire it. They’re real, they don’t hold back about anything, they don’t care about stupid stuff and they’re more focused on doing important things and having meaning. I think this season I wore a lot of black and more simple looks. I do make some stuff but mostly I just like to find a bunch of weird stuff and put it together to fit how I feel. Q: As a young woman growing up in the Freakshow spotlight, do you find making new friends or dating a bit more challenging? But in terms of what I wear, it’s another form of art for me in a way. I have some stuff made for me if I feel like I wouldn’t do a good job. A: Well, I’ll tell you who really inspires me: Lana Del Rey, she’s a singer. She looks like a really pretty girl, but you can tell through her lyrics and the way she sings, she’s really deep and has something to say and is actually a very intelligent individual. I also love any performer that’s really crazy — any real performer that goes full out on-stage. Erectile dysfunction is a disease in which the male penis loses its ability to come to an erection during sexual intercourse.Erectile dysfunction raspostranety mostly in men over thirty years. Drugs that help to cope with erectile dysfunction and restore the joy of sex work as follows: they increase blood flow to the genitals, causing an erection.
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Q: What’s on your bucket list in terms of stunts you’d like to perform? I felt like I had a lot to say so I wanted people to focus more on what I was saying than whether or not I looked pretty. A: It’s hard to find a really good friend or a guy that’s worth staying on with.
I really like the classy look of the older eras — the 20s were very wild but there was a sense of freedom, so I think I pulled that off with the vintage look.
So I got rid of a lot of distractions and gave a lot of focus and meaning to what I do. A: I really had a vintage look [last season], but I think I mix the modern and the vintage look now.
Q: A big part of this season is watching you transform into an independent young woman. I think I really took a huge leap and said “No, I want to start over.” I kind of started over to create the person I really want to be and the best version of myself.
I also did some acting as well, but I think I like where I’m at performing now — doing my own thing — instead of acting or playing a piece of music that someone else created. I’ve gotten to the point where I’m an individual and very different from anyone else.