Captivating Betty loves dirt bikes and off-roading. She also considers herself something of a poet. She likes to write, mainly poetry, and she likes to go out dancing to the local clubs. As far as her personality, she thinks she is naturally submissive in relationships, but she also has a very strong backbone and is not a pushover. She believes that a positive attitude is the most important aspect of anything we do as people.
“I think you are never more in touch with your own humanity than when you are helping somebody,” Betty says. “And consider just how much suffering there is in the world, how many people there are that are truly in need. There’s certainly no shortage of them. No matter where you go, no matter what you do, there is somebody who is not doing as well as you are, somebody who has less money than you do, somebody who is having a worse day than you are, and somebody who just needs your help. Imagine if you’re having an awful day. Nothing has gone right. It feels like the whole world is against you. Then somebody offers to help you, just out of the blue, while asking nothing in return. Is there anything that helps you to feel better than that? Is there any brighter ray of sunshine in a terrible day than a random act of kindness like that? These things pay off so much.”
As for being submissive, Betty says, “I also love life. I’m not someone you can push around. I do like to be dominated sexually, but that’s a common fantasy for a lot of women. What’s that stupid book that came out and then became a really terrible movie, the one that made it acceptable for folks to talk about BDSM in public? I know it isn’t very well written. It’s a silly book and people probably shouldn’t rely on it. But that book made it okay for thousands and thousands of American women to celebrate their kinks. It made it okay for them to talk about bondage, and domination, and being tied up, and all the other sexy, kinky things they wanted to do. We are a strange country. We’re very repressed sexually compared to other nations, yet more free in so many other ways. I think it’s great that this book finally broke through that and encouraged women, especially, in the United States, to be free about what they like, about what turns them on, about the special things they want their lovers to do in order to really please them.”
Betty goes on, “I had this platonic friend, this guy who was in a relatively unhappy relationship with his girlfriend. One of the reasons he was unhappy was because he had certain sexual fantasies that he didn’t think he was ever going to get a chance to live out. He confided in me what they were, and told me that he really wanted to do these things with his girlfriend, but he was worried what she would say. Honestly, they weren’t as kinky as kinky gets, although I admit they were kind of up there. Well, I encouraged him to tell his girl what he wanted. Maybe it was a mistake, but he told her all about it... and then she very quietly told him that it was okay, and she would be happy to try that with him. But they never did. And whenever he brought it up, she made him feel like a weirdo about it. It ruined their relationship and did him some serious damage. I felt bad that he told me he couldn’t really be honest with his girlfriends since all that because he feared what damage his honesty would do, and so he was going to have to sit on his desires all that time.”
Betty concludes, “How terrible that a fear of rejection basically puts you and your fantasies into the closet for the rest of your life. This guy has just give up. He’s going to go through the rest of his life never getting what he wants, and all because he had a girlfriend who didn’t understand and didn’t stop to think that we all have fantasies that we want fulfilled.”
Betty explains that she would never behave this way as a woman, and as a HotVegass.com escort, it is her job to be able to listen to and understand a man without judgment. “My job is to encourage people,” she says. “I would never criticize a man. I always do what I can to help and to be kind to them. That’s how I see my job. It’s how I believe you should behave. Every man should be treated like the great, caring person that he is, always.”