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Alissa // Miami // Leo
Relationship Status:
Dream Girl: An amazing independent, confident and beautiful woman
inside and out.
Dream Job: Nutritionist.
My occupation: Finance.
My pets: I have a blue Russian cat named Haley, Benji the Pomapoo, and Hendrix the Chihuahua mix.
Turn-ons: Confident but not cocky, physically fit, smart (book smart and street smart), independent.
Turn-offs: Needy, lazy, messy, unclean, selfish.
Sensitive Body Part: Back of my neck.
My Best Quality: I am very outgoing and I tend to make everyone around me feel comfortable and happy. I don’t take myself too seriously. I like to have fun and laugh.
I have a weakness for: Animals, sick children and the elderly.
I like to wear: Red lipstick.
If you could have one super power, what would it be and why?: The power to duplicate myself so I could enjoy life to its fullest.
What breakfast cereal best describes you? Lucky Charms.
If my life were made into a movie, my part will be played by: Jennifer Lopez.
Most memorable date: The simplest one. Riding around South Beach on a scooter together, laughing and bar hopping. It felt so free and simple. Then afterwards, well, you can use your imagination.
Celebrity’s butt I would most like to squeeze: Shakira.
The cartoon character I am most like: Super Woman.
The strangest place I’ve ever been naked: On the balcony loosing at strip poker.
My greatest accomplishment: Raising my daughter by myself.
My coming out was: A bit of a gradual thing. It was something that was always in the back of my mind. It never felt really right with a man. When I really realized why, I felt complete.
If you were to become an activist in the LGBT community, which org anization would you choose and why: Human Rights Campaign. They are the largest civil rights organization in the nation. HRC is also supported by more than 20+ top companies in the S&P 500. So much progress has been made. We will get there!

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I grew up in a very accepting household.
I was taught to accept everybody how they
are, and I admire my mom for that. She’s
never taught me hate."

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