lisa was a rebel. A rebel against what she was told she should be from the day she was born. She had a rebellion in her soul which said she did not exist for a ‘traditional’ woman. She was a woman who loved sex and did not care of the consequences or of what society thought of her becoming cheap escorts. She had a passion in her soul to show others that you really don’t have to do what you are believed to be. She believed in free will and had a penchant for sexual freedom. She had a passion in her soul to show others that people have freedoms in their lives.
She firmly believed in free will.
Her name was Lisa Brown. She was born on an island in British Columbia. Before she was two years old, her mother moved her to Vancouver to live with her grandmother. When she was nine, her mother remarried an abusive, sick man. Her mother told Lisa that she needed a soothing and a caring man to steady her and to take care of her.
She was 19 at the time of this writing.
In the town she lived in, she was aware of all the sex trades. She knew that ’A lot of people’ went into that line of business, including her mother. She had a natural, pretty face. Everyone said she was a natural beauty.
She was a natural beauty.
She was also in many ways pretty frail. She wasn’t an athlete, in fact she had a learning disability which kept her in the ’special education’ classes when she attended high school. This was when she was in her last year of high school. She was in school in Vancouver at the time. All the other kids in school definitely were not like her. They were definitely not social.
In high school, she made a few friends, but they were not friendly to her. They were not friendly because she was a pretty girl. She had a fair complexion, a beautiful face and a light-skinned body, slender and fit. She resisted being a pretty girl. For her, her sexuality was to be about having fun and having fun with interesting people.
She loved to read, especially authors like Boy George, David Sedaris, Jonathan Lethem, David Mitchell, J.M. Coetzee and Graham Greene. She also loved plays and plays of great plays. Her favorite plays were plays by Arthur Miller and plays by Shakespeare. She loved plays of great plays and had a passion for history and history plays.
The town she lived in had a very antique and old feel and had a very conservative crowd. There was very little bleeding-heart liberalism there. The town had a sense of Dutch-American imagery and vibes. It was a town where your lifestyle was very much bound by your upbringing. You were very much influenced and who and what you were and how you lived and what you did for a living and what you did and what you were like and how you were and what you did and what you did for a living. You couldn’t live any other way in the town she lived in. At the age of ten, she was aware of this.
She was asked about at high school in the town she lived in who she had crushes on in high school.
She was asked these questions when she was in her last year at high school. She closed her eyes in class in the town she lived in and thought to herself, ‘Well, I had no crushes on anyone in high school’.
He was her first school crush.
It had nothing to do with his looks, because he was ugly. He was absolutely hideous. He was self-conscious of his looks. He had a nervous and fidgety manner and was constantly reading . He loved to read. He always wore flamboyant clothing. He loved to wear bright clothing that showed off the loudness of his clothes. He loved to wear bright colors. He was absolutely an alcoholic. He smoked dope. He drank Vodka. He loved foreign cigarettes. He was too much for Lisa. There was nothing attractive about the guy. There was nothing about him that attracted her to look at him. She can’t say that he was ever attractive to her.