Lorry Plasterer is on a Mission

Lorry Plasterer is an Indiana native now living in the City of Lost Angels. She is driven, focused, and as she puts it, grandiose. If you can peel your eyes away from her photos for just a second, she has some interesting things to say about sex, social media, and why clean-cut men simply don’t cut it. Enjoy, gentlemen.

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I see myself as grandiose. I want to make it as an artist, so I guess you can say I don’t make things easy for myself. I like to try my hand at everything: fashion, podcasting, acting, modeling, film, music… so on and so forth. I literally want to create an artistic empire of sorts for myself.

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I think men see me as a little firecracker. Maybe even like a Jack Russell Terrier: small, cute and really high energy. I only weigh 100 pounds and I’m really loud!

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In my relationship, we are each other’s sounding boards. There are insecurities and concerns that I could never express to anyone but him, and vice versa. We are both artists on a mission, and when it’s time to get down to business there is no need to explain anything to one another. Respecting each other’s work flows but knowing how to slip in as much romance as possible is vital to a healthy relationship for me.

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Other than a great smile and sexy arms, men can get my attention through intellect and talent. You get my attention when you prove you can hold a conversation about something more than surface deep and when there’s something about you I admire, maybe even envy. When I see a man from across the room I immediately notice how he holds himself. That gets my attention as well. In the end I like a man that’s confident and can have a good time.

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Men shouldn’t dress too clean-cut, in my opinion. I prefer something slightly more grungy – fashionable yet low-maintenance, like worn-in boots. I like a man that loves hiking and camping and looking hot as hell the whole time regardless if there’s showers.

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I think social media has changed men. For the better, it has put them on a much more level playing field with women and has made it harder to lie. For the worse, it has enforced a whole new level of vanity and shallowness, and ironically it has made it easier to lie!

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When I think of sex, I immediately go to a visual: a beautiful woman and a strong man enjoying the shit out of each other!

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My parents have been together for over 40 years. Their relationship has taught me a lot, most importantly the relevance and beauty of having somebody to build a life with and grow old with, and how much work it takes to make that happen.

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The most sexually influential man in my life would have to be my gay best friend! I suppose that sounds funny but he taught me to not take things too seriously during the ‘single and dating’ period of my life when I first arrived in Los Angeles from Indiana. You can imagine what that was like.

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You can follow Lorry on Instagram. Listen to her podcast Tuesday Snacks with comedian Sara Weinshenk on iTunes (and everywhere else podcasts are available) and check her out on the dramatic web series Youthful Daze.

You can see more of Andrew Slough’s amazing photographic work at his website and on Instagram.

  • January 11, 2016