Seductive Storm is naturally submissive girl who enjoys knitting, crocheting, and sewing her own clothes. She is also a big fan of creative role play. She likes to go to thrift stores and porch sales, and stays in shape through hiking and playing tennis. She also likes to ice skate, but confesses she hasn’t had the opportunity to do that for quite some time. She has dabbled in archery after seeing several popular movies featuring strong women who use bows and arrows.
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“Role play is something I have always enjoyed,” Storm says. “I think the appeal, to me, is getting to pretend to be someone you’re not. I mean, sure, there’s that element of fantasy fulfillment, where you’re acting out scenarios that really turn you on. But the thing I’ve always thought about is, why do those scenarios turn me on? What about that pretending is so much fun, so pleasurable, that it actually makes being with someone that much more interesting, that much more stimulating, or that much more of a turn on? And the conclusion I’ve come to is that it’s always a function of when you get to be somebody new. When we’re born, we have endless opportunities and endless potential. When you’re a kid, you go through these cycles, all these things you want to be when you grow up. And when you’re that young, nobody can really tell you that your dreams are unrealistic. You have limitless potential, so who’s to say you can’t be an astronaut or a sports star or a rock star or anything else? Everything is literally open to you when you’re little. There’s nothing you can’t try, and so when you play, you try on all these different roles, all these different things you can see yourself doing.”
Storm goes on, “As you get older, things kind of get boxed in and fenced off. You’re told all these things about what is realistic and what is not. Your dreams get judged. Some of them are judged unrealistic, and so you’re told you should give them up. So many famous sports stars, actors, and other celebrities have stories about the people who tried to discourage them. It wasn’t that the folks doing the discouraging were bad people. Most of them weren’t. They were just trying to be realistic. The problem with being realistic is that sometimes it brings you too far down to Earth. I think we all need space and time to dream. We all need to indulge our unrealistic fantasies. You never know just what might become possible, if you just give it a try. You have to put yourself out there. You have to want it. And yes, you have to be brave.”
Storm continues, “When you’re an adult, you still have all these dreams. You still have all these things you wish you could have done, or that you wish you still could do. Some of us, as adults, get the chance to try those out. Maybe we go through a kind of second childhood, where we get the chance at some wish fulfillment, you know? I think that is what appeals to me about role play as an adult. It’s a turn on to try different fantasy scenarios, yes, but deep down, I’m just a kid who likes playing dress up. I like playing pretend. If I can put on a sexy outfit, some lingerie, something super kinky, and then act out one of those pretend roles, I’m very happy. The kid in me is happy to pretend, and the woman in me is happy for what’s coming. I’m happy for how what I’m doing is working up my partner so that when he comes at me, he really gives it everything he’s got. I want his best. I want to help bring that out in him. I am a sensual lady and that’s just part of my makeup. I like an enthusiastic lover and I bring just as much enthusiasm to the table.”
Sewing her own clothes is another way Storm can live out her fantasies, she explains. “I like to wear very tight clothes,” she says. “Clothes that just cling to every curve of me. You can’t really get that buying off the rack. Sure, some things will fit you well. But others won’t. Every woman’s body is just a little bit different, which I think is part of what makes it so much fun to get to know us. But if you want that killer, painted on look, you have to be willing to tailor your outfits to your contours. When I sew my own clothes, that’s what I’m doing. I’m tailoring those garments to my body, making them stick to me as tightly as possible, so I get that painted on look.”