An Interview with a Dignified Woman
Justine is a full-time model living in Los Angeles, California and was raised by her mom and step-dad. We had a chance to sit down with Miss Corner to talk about her life, love, her sex life, and the magic contained in someone’s hands. Enjoy, gentlemen…
How did you get into modeling?
Justine Marie Corner: Just through the subculture and crowd I’m involved in… Friends and ex-boyfriends were all models/photographers or involved with that world and so was I. I’ve always loved beautiful imagery. My mom got me interested in that world at a VERY young age.
How did she do that?
JMC: She was a model when she was young, so we always had tons of fashion magazines, musical influences, artwork and paint around.
How was women being objectified by the media handled in your household. Did your mother ever talk to you about that?
JMC: Objectified? Well I think that term is loose. Some people consider my work to be “objectifying…” But I consider some things to be EMPOWERING. There’s beauty in EVERYTHING, everyone, and I have the ability to appreciate when a “sexy” woman is around. I think women are objectified a LOT, but I also think we have the power to use that to our advantage, and become something AMAZING in this world. So sure, we’ve talked about that growing up… but maybe in a different light.
We got this comment on your Facebook page recently: “I could consider your site more dignified if there wasn’t so much objectifying of women going on.” How would you respond to that?
JMC: Well, I would say beauty is something to be looked at. Sex is something to admire and enjoy. If the cosmos didn’t want people to enjoy their world around them, they wouldn’t have put so many wonderful people, sounds, smells, and tastes in it. Appreciation has become something people don’t consider anymore. If there’s a girl naked and people are saying how great it is, its automatically “objectifying” her, which is ridiculous. if that woman took the picture naked, she EXPECTS and enjoys positive feedback. Who is anyone to say otherwise?
What is the quality you value most in men and women?
JMC: Men: The ability to make me laugh, a LOT. I get sad easily, so laughing is a HUGE part of my mental health. And women? It’s intelligence… If a woman can give me mental stimuli I will fall in love.
The obvious question is have you ever fallen in love with a woman?
JMC: Yeah, I guess I have. It’s hard because I think the love you have with each relationship is different… But yeah, I’ve been in love with a woman before.
Have you dated a woman?
JMC: Only a couple, but yes. I’m picky with women….
Is there a difference between dating a man and dating a woman?
JMC: Everything is different… the conversation is different… and the sex for SURE. And the feelings are different.
Taking into account general personality, sex, etc., would you rather be stranded on a desert island with a man or a woman?
JMC: Probably a man to feel protected and nurtured.
What about your greatest fear when it comes to men?
JMC: In regards to WHAT exactly? Haha… Men aren’t the ultimate for me. I don’t NEED one… or fear anything about them. Maybe I fear the stupidity in some that take my line of work as a hint that I’m loose, easy, stupid, etc. But upon meeting me, people quickly change their minds if they thought that way. In the end why fear it? What’s to fear about sex? It’s just sex.
True, but to some it becomes emotional, I guess…
JMC: I guess just the usual then. Disease, lack of emotion, lies, cheating, etc. Sex is emotional to me, but you said FEAR of sex. Use the word making love if we’re talking about a more deep subject. (laughs) I’m a very simple girl. If I have an emotional tie to someone, it’s very easy to enjoy the act of having sex with them.
What would you consider your greatest achievement?
JMC: My decision to follow my dreams, and be honest with myself about life. I feel like a new person.
What’s your biggest regret in life?
JMC: Well, I don’t really have many regrets. There’s only one thing I regret and it’s too personal, sorry.
Tell us your favorite dirty joke?
JMC: (Laughs) I have a horrible memory with jokes…
A woman posts an ad in the newspaper that looks like this:
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“Looking for man with these qualifications; won’t beat me up; or run away from me and is great in bed.”
She got lots of phone calls replying to her ad but met someone perfect at her door one day. The man she met said, “Hi, I’m Bob. I have no arms so I won’t beat you up and no legs so I won’t run away.”
So the lady says, “What makes you think you are great in bed?”
Bob replies, “I rang the door bell didn’t I?”