Interview With Anyssa Jordan
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How did you become interested in fetish/BDSM?
I've been kinky for as long as I can remember. As a kid, my friends and I played "torture chamber Barbie". Our Barbie just wasn't going to be satisfied shopping and hanging around the pool. I was big into the Goth scene in NY as a teenager. There was a lot of crossover with the fetish community and I think it was just a natural progression for me.
Do you enjoy fetishism/BDSM play in your personal life, and if so what are you into?
Yes. I try and keep my personal life private. With social networking sometimes I put out more information than I normally would disclose. I think that's pretty easy to do. I do enjoy talking about BDSM, relationships, human behavior and experience and fetishism with friends. I find it all fascinating and I try and push myself to explore and continue learning about myself. With all that being said, I am a collared and owned slave and there is nothing I enjoy more than serving my Master.
Are there any fetishes that you don't find appealing?
Some things turn me on and some are just... interesting.
What excites you about fetish modeling?
I just love helping to create and being a part of erotic art. I love being a part of images that stir up emotion in the viewer and that asks them to confront their own beliefs and ideas about what is beautiful, sexy and about what turns them on. Some of my favorite compliments I have gotten from my work have been people commenting after viewing my images, “wow, that is beautiful and looks like fun. I want to try that!”
What are your favorite types of outfits to model in?
I love modeling for latex designers such as Fierce Couture, Lust Designs, Black Lickorice, Venus Prototype, Syren and Madame S. and corset makers such as Dark Garden and Puimond. I would love to one day work with Atsuko Kudo and Antiseptic Fashion.
Do you think pinup and fetish are becoming part of the mainstream culture?
Counterculture will always be an integral part of mainstream culture and vice versa. One could not exist without the other. I am interested in why certain things from counterculture show up in mainstream at certain times and what ideas and concepts is counterculture reacting to at any certain time.
What kind of music do you like?
Since I moved to South Florida all I want to listen to is electronic, trance, house and dance music. I have recently rediscovered my love for Benny Benassi and Paul Van Dyke.
What do you like to do for fun?
My favorite thing right now is to dress up in heels and lingerie, put on some Andrew Blake and cook cheeseburgers for my Master ;)
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