FEATURING NEVER SEEN BEFORE IMAGES OF SOME OF MONROE-LAND’S HOTTEST MODELS
LIMITED EDITION AND SIGNED BY JUSTIN MONROE
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Monroeland’s model of the month
JM: How did you get involved in modeling and aerial acrobatics?
V V: I met my first Los Angeles Love when he fell out of the sky in front of me on a red fabric. His name was Ben, he was not only my boyfriend, he was also my aerial acrobatics coach. His approach to teaching me what he knew and making my marketable in a short time in that field was part one part dedicated training regimen, one part hard core manipulation and one part tough love.
JM: When your in front of the camera on a photo shoot, what thoughts are going through your head and do you ever feel insecure?
V V: The performer in me comes out to play when ever I have an audience. Just like anyone else of course I feel insecure. Is my body in the best shape it can be? Should I have taken the easy route and done steroids? Am I delivering what the director or photographer wants, why did they even choose me? There has to be 100 more people out there that could be doing this better. But at some point the insecurities fall away and I realize I’m the lucky one in front of the camera, and I was chosen for a very specific reason: that only I can give what the artist needed-and from there I am all pro. It’s strange though, seeing a finished product and what I may be insecure about (the angle they chose not being my best, or my mouth looks too small, etc.) well it really doesn’t matter because I’m just the subject. I hope when anyone sees any of my work they see that it’s never just me that made it happen, it’s always been a very creative and talented group of people I’ve been fortunate enough to attract.
JM: Would you or have you ever do porn? If so who would be your dream co-star?
V V: Ha! Would I ever do porn? No. I’ve been fortunate enough to meet a lot of great men and women that happen to be in the porn industry. I do not judge or look down on what they do. I’ve seen it do amazing things and I’ve seen it do terrible things. But we’re all adults and we are all capable of making our own decisions. I’ve seen some very great performance artists flourish in pornography and I respect them for it. Sex has always been a great fire to me. Treat it with respect and it can be amazing, while if you disrespect it and yourself it catch you off guard and engulf you in it’s path. For some artists pornography is how they express them selves. I don’t think you’ll ever see me in porn but I am sure you will see and have seen some very racy performances by me. But as I grow up I’m beginning to learn so much more about what turns me on and in turn makes me tick. To express myself sexually will be one very key part to my success I am sure.
And as for who would be my dream co-star that’s easy Francois Sagat. He’s my ideal everything. I met him once. I was wearing nothing but a Swavorski cod piece and was in a giant martini glass. He was standing in front of me with no expression on his face watching me, i’ve never been so turned on or nervous all at the same time.
JM: Above modeling I would consider you a performer, Where do you get your theatrical side from?
V V: I’m not exactly sure what started the theatrics. I want to believe it’s a gift but the therapy I’ve experienced in my life tells me that it’s a much more deep rooted monster. There is a part of me that needs to entertain or I’ll die. I’ve never been able to feel in touch with myself as much as I do when all eyes are on me. I also never been more at peace or felt more still than when I am performing. Some people live to do extraordinary things, I hope that in my life time I will get the opportunity to inspire, motivate and empower people all over the world with my shows. I got a taste of it when I was barely 18, I’ve known nothing else since. What else would I do-it’s all I know.
JM: What has been the biggest struggle professionally and personally in your life thus far?
V V: I’m not where I would like to be with my music career. Furthermore no one really knows who I am yet. What I know I can be may never be. My dreams may never come true. So I believe that the most difficult struggle I face that flows out of my professional life and into my personal life is the possibility, the chance that I may never be the best that I know I can be. More recently I’ve been faced with all sorts of life changing events, things that I have absolutely no control over that have sent me into some very dark places that if it weren’t for my dreams, my friends and family I’m not so sure I would be standing here let alone still trying for something that may never come. But i guess that’s always been my message is to take what life throws at me whether it may be, the death of a best friend, sickness that slows us down, stigma’s that intimidate us or even leave us feeling beaten and weak, I can’t give up because then I’m not living. I could very easily be gone tomorrow and I’m not going to waste the great gift that is life.
JM: What is your favorite phrase to say?
V V: I’d rather have thirty minutes of wonderful than a lifetime of nothing special. I’m pretty sure Julia Roberts said that.
JM: Where is the craziest place you have had sex? elaborate please
V V: I’ll give you a hint: 30 feet in the air+not on a plane+i’m an acrobat… I’m in no place to elaborate
JM: What type of men are you attracted to?
VV: Men that are sure of themselves but not cocky. If they have hair on their chest that’s a plus. Men that embrace their flaws, There’s nothing sexier than a guy that is just himself and comfortable with it.
JM: Have you ever had sex with a girl?
V V: What’s more natural than a guy having sex with a girl..?
JM: Where do you see yourself in ten years?
V V:With a loving husband (fingers crossed) and beautiful children. Hopefully by then i’ve figured out the career part.
JM: We know you have done a lot of interesting video shoots including Britney Spears, What photo shoot or video shoot was the most exciting for you to do?
V V: There’s hardly anything that compares to me brief stint with Britney Spears she was the most amazing person I’ve ever met and had the pleasure of working with. However I’m just about to start shooting for my newest project and if I’m lucky enough and I get a certain genius art director to be involved I am absolutely sure I have not even begun to shoot the most exciting of my video content… Crossing my fingers.
JM: What would you want to be you legacy once your no longer around?
V V: I’d like to know that I had a hand in the gay rights movement. Equal opportunity and hopefully doing what I can to empower others to keep fighting the fight against HIV and AIDS. And if I’m lucky all through my art, influencing and inspiring everyone in my path. Love you Justin!