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Jackie // St. Petersburg, FL // Taurus
Dream Girl:
I already have one.
Dream Job: ER nurse.
My occupation: Gogo dancer/nurse aid.
My pets: My pit bull Princess, a short hair pointer named Andy German, two cats named Zachary and Sebastian, all rescues.
My mother thinks I: am a survivor.
Turn-ons: Make me laugh, laugh at my awkwardness, love fitness.
Turn-offs: Someone who constantly makes excuses, poor diet and body hair.
Sensitive Body Part: Back of my neck.
My Best Quality: My laugh.
Secret Fetish: Feather tickling while I’m blind folded.
I have a weakness for: Pickles.
I like to wear: Black all the time.
If you could have one super power, what would it be and why?: Fly, so I can travel for free.
What breakfast cereal best describes you? Lucky Charms.
If you could change your name, what would you pick?: Vanessa.
The last book I read was: Wolfgang Puck’s Makes it Healthy.
If my life were made into a movie, my part will be played by: Mila Kunis.
My greatest accomplishment: Living a healthier lifestyle to manage my Crohn’s disease.
My most memorable date: Off road mudding at 16 and getting stuck.
Celebrity’s butt I would most like to squeeze: Ian Somerhalder’s.
The cartoon character I am most like: Road Runner.
My coming out was: Nerve racking, but my parents told me as long as I’m happy that’s all they care about.
If you were to become an activist in the LGBT community, which organization would you choose and why: I am a part of a human outreach team with my LGBT church, King of Peace MCC, located in St. Petersburg. We feed the homeless and collect much needed items for the community.
I think our community needs: I feel that the LGBT community needs to come together more to help each and be more accepting. I feel that we segregate ourselves too much. We need to come together more as a family if we want acceptance from the rest of the world.

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_FEB 15 issue definition of winning is being able to look
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myself every single minute, not
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