Selena is, perhaps surprisingly, a dedicated attendee of her church, although she would be the first to admit that not everyone there is entirely comfortable with her. She stays in shape and tones her magnificent rear end, which she sees as one of her best features, by mountain biking and hiking. She loves to walk and is an avid camper.
“A lot of people are surprised to learn that I have faith and that I attend a church,” Selena explains. “And I would be lying if I didn’t admit that, yes, deep down, I’m a sinner. Deep down, I’m a naughty girl who deserves to be punished. When you take me out and we get down and dirty together, if that’s where it goes, the whole time, I’m thinking I want you to punish me. I want you to spank me and pull my hair and tell me that I’m a naughty girl. This is just a natural yearning a lot of women have, to be corrected, and to have a man with them who’ll be happy to show them what to do. I think deep down a lot of women are very naturally submissive and they like being made to do things, as long as deep down they are willing participants. That’s kind of the whole core of all those books and movies that are out now, the bondage film that everybody saw recently and won’t stop talking about.”
Selena thinks it is great that popular entertainment has gotten people talking about their kinkier sides. “It’s awesome that bondage is now something we can talk about openly, she says. “There are so many people who are into power and role play games in the bedroom. This used to be something we couldn’t really talk about openly. It was forbidden, and if you did admit to it, it was like you were some kind of pervert. But the incredible popularity of these books and movies about ‘housewives in bondage’ or whatever has shown that so many people want it. They’re into it. They like talking about it and they like doing it. Everybody has their secret kinks, and I think it’s pretty awful that we make fun of some people for having them, when we know deep down that everyone’s got them. It’s like those politicians or preachers who condemn sexual immorality but then get caught with hookers or other men or things like that, the very things they speak out against. We should recognize that everybody has a kinky side, embrace it, and then get on about the business of having fun.”
Staying in shape is very important to Selena. “I like to just move my body,” she says. “It’s easy in our modern world to become very sedentary, to just not move. We can get through a lot of the day sitting or lying around comfortably. Cars take us anywhere we want to go. Escalators take us up and down stairs. Elevators move us from the ground floor to the top floor. We’re just not asked to do much in the way of exercising these modern days. But your body is a machine that has to be used to stay healthy. Whether it is running, walking, biking, hiking, swimming, or whatever, you’ve got to work your muscles in order to keep them strong and in order to keep them flexible. It’s really the case that if you don’t use it, you will lose it. I don’t ever want to become like that. That’s why I stay as active as I can. It’s very central to how I live.”