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Meet Yorelis, Tampa

Dream Girl: My girlfriend.
I like to wear: Big t-shirts, shorts and Nike slides. Basically, anything that’s comfortable.
My pets: A dog named Pepsi.
Dream Job: Back up dancing for Rihanna.
My mother thinks I: eat too much salad.
Sensitive body parts: Neck and thighs.
Turn-ons: Confidence, physically fit positive thinkers with a sense of humor.
Turn-offs: Excessively vulgar (especially around children), lack of ambition, poor self-control.
My Best Quality: I am ambitious and a down to earth person.
The last movie I went to a theater to se was: Transformers: Age of Extinction.
Secret fetish: Calf muscles. Big, toned, cut calf muscles.
I have a weaknes for: Long hair, girls with curly hair, girls with long hair in general.
The last book I read was: Fifty Shades Freed.
My favorite flower: Baby’s Breath.
What cereal best describes you: Fruity Pebbles.
If my life were made into a movie, my part wil be played by: Zoe Saldana.
I think the LGBT community needs: Positive activists. A negative and over-bearing presentation is unattractive no matter what message is. In order to connect to audiences, we need to portray ourselves as positively as possible.
If you were to become an activist in the LGBT community, which organization would you choose and why?: I would choose “I am Transgendered.” Everyone should be given the opportunity to feel comfortable in their skin.

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__OCT 14 issue

...we’re all battling something, we all have our
sh *t. Everyone has baggage and the sooner
we talk about it, it becomes les stigmatized. There is something really freeing about letting your secrets go. It’s more of a relief, rather
than being filled with so much guilt
shame about it. “

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