Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Surfing blogs on the web can yield surprises. One of them was your site. Reading what you have accomplished as a musician provided a great insight into you as a creative person. One comes away from reading your site that there is much more to know about you. In fact, I would like to know your opinion about subjects of the day.
One of the reasons I wanted to post my positive input is that you have accomplished what few in your industry have been able to do, humanize themselves. This brings to mind an interview I read with one of your peers. He made the comment that if he was ever seen in a gay bar and a gay man approached him he, should know his rates.
I am not naïve about how some adult performers supplement their incomes. That is a personal choice. But, to disrespect your fans by saying they had better know your rates before even saying hello is just arrogant. It shows contempt for the very audience you are trying to entertain.
What I really liked about your site, in addition to your adding so much about yourself, is that there is no air of arrogance here.
When I first saw your work, something about you really struck me. I had a sense that there was a lot to you in addition to the work that has brought you so much attention. As it turns out, I was right.
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