Unconventional, sexually aggressive Izzy enjoys cooking and digital photography. She is also a dominant young lady whose favorite sport is baseball, but who is just as happy enjoying board games or video games at home. Izzy knows what she wants and isn’t afraid to say so, and she likes a man who also knows what he’d like, both personally and romantically.
“I think cooking for a man is a very erotic act, really,” admits Izzy, “and not because you’re doing some kind of thing out of a movie where you feed each other or suck on each other’s fingers or something. The reason cooking is erotic is because it can be such an intimate act. Most people, when they’re getting to know someone, they go out to eat. They meet for drinks, or dancing, or food, and they get to know each other, sure, but there’s no explicit act of trust there. Neither person is really putting themselves out there. When you tell someone, ‘I am going to cook a meal for you,’ that’s an act of trust. That’s putting yourself out there for the other person. Every man wants a woman who has skills, sure. But it’s more than just, ‘Can she cook?’ It’s really a question of a woman being willing to do something for you, something that takes a lot of effort. And of course there is the possibility you can fail. What you cook had better be good. You’re putting yourself in his hands and letting him judge you. Men respond to that. They like it when you’re willing to put yourself before them at their mercy.”
Digital photography is one way that Izzy gets in touch with the world around her. “I think of it is as art,” she explains. “I think of myself as very artistic. I know that a lot of people don’t even consider traditional photography to be art, much less digital. A film camera requires a lot of artistry just to get the image you want, the color filtering, the lens you use, all that stuff. A digital camera can do a lot of the work for you, and with filters like for some image sharing sites out there now, just about anyone can take a picture and make it look like it is very artsy. I think, though, that the artistry of photography, digital or film, is in finding the right subject. Anyone can snap a picture of themselves making duck lips, or of something they see. Just because you take a picture of something you think is interesting doesn’t make it a good picture. You have to compose it. You have to have an eye for it. That’s not math. It’s an art, not a science.”
Izzy explains that she really does like video games. “A lot of girls will pretend to be gamer girls,” she says, “and I can’t stand that. It’s so condescending. Pretending to like something a man likes doesn’t make you any better or more attractive to him. It just makes you someone who is pretending to be someone she’s not. You’ll get these half dressed girls posing with game controllers that aren’t even plugged in, or in front of television sets that aren’t on. It’s ridiculous. I have never seen a need to pretend to be somebody I am not. If you have to lie to get a man, you don’t deserve him. You should be worthy of him on your own merits, and he deserves a woman who is honest with him. We don’t like it when men lie. We shouldn’t lie either.”