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Demi enjoys going to strip clubs. She is not bisexual, but she admires beauty in all its forms, especially the curves of a lovely young woman. She loves to spend quiet time with her dates.

“There are lots of girls who’ll go to a strip club with you,” she says. “They’ll pretend to think it’s sexy. They’ll pretend to enjoy it. That’s because they know it’s relatively rare to bring a date to a strip club, and most of the dates who do come in with men at strip clubs are down for it. A lot of those girls are bisexual or will pretend to be, because that’s such a popular fantasy with men. Just about every straight man gets turned on when two sexy ladies get it on with each other. That’s just a fact. But I don’t see any point in just pretending to be turned on. And I’m not going to pretend to be someone I’m not. There are plenty of girls who’ll pretend to be bisexual because there’s money in it. I am straight, but I will also be perfectly honest: I think a woman’s naked is body is one of the most beautiful things in the world. I love nude photography and nude art. I am just amazed at everything the human body can be made to do, the way it looks when it is turned and moved in every direction. So yes, I’ll go to strip clubs gladly. I’ll drink and party with my date, and I’ll enjoy the fact that he knows I’m secure enough about myself that I don’t mind if he looks around and enjoys himself. Hell, I don’t even mind, when I’m with a lover, if he brings home a sexy girl to play with us. She may not be the focus of my interest, but if he’s enjoying himself and having his fantasy, that’s fine with me. I can also admire the two of them together. That’s because I just love the female form. I love beautiful women, because I love beauty. It isn’t even sexual, though I guess that depends on the circumstances. It’s aesthetic before it’s anything else.”

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Demi is very specific about the need to enjoy quiet time on a regular basis. “I think we get too worked up in modern life,” she explains. “We’re connected all the time. I was out in public the other day at an art gallery. Of all the places in the world, an art gallery is the sort of place where you would expect people to be paying attention to what’s on display around them. Yet I looked around and every third person had their face buried in their phone. We can’t help it. We’re not bad people; we’re not inattentive. It’s just that there’s so much going on. That phone, it’s always making noise for your attention. There are always people trying to communicate with you. That’s why I think it’s so important to budget ‘quiet time’ in your daily life. You’ve got to make the time to just get away, go somewhere or turn off your devices and just relax, get in touch with you, find your center. I love it when a guy just wants to spend some quiet time getting to know me. I can just shut out the world and focus on him. It’s a great way to silence all those annoying, nagging voices, to just let your body relax, to cast aside all your stress and remember what it’s like to be a human being. More people should take the time to do that.”

“The human body is a machine,” says Demi. “It’s such an amazing work of art in and of itself. But like any machine, you have to work the machine to keep it in good order. You have to use it and maintain it. You have to make sure all the parts are taken care of. You have to engage in regular maintenance. For people, that is regular exercise. It’s absolutely true what they say: ‘Ashes to ashes, dust to dust, if you don’t take it out and use it, it’s going to rust.’ I think that’s from some movie I saw a long time ago, but it’s a slogan that kind of stuck with me. I don’t want to be one of those people who gets into older age and loses flexibility and range of motion. I want to be able to enjoy myself, and my body, as much then as I do now. Sure, things change as you get older, but we have adopted this idea that getting old means kind of giving up on life and its pleasures, changing to a kind of old person existence that isn’t known really for being fun. I reject that. I don’t see any reason it has to be that way.”

Demi loves her own body and is very proud of it. “I would be lying if I said I didn’t take long, slow looks at myself,” she says. “I really love how I look. I love every curve, every shape of my body. And I love knowing that other people like my body too. When somebody looks at me and I can see the hunger in their eyes, when I can see the lust, that’s very affirming for me. That tells me I’m not just attractive, but I can use what I’ve got to create desire in others. That is really special for me.”

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