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Aria

Wonderfully shaped and super sexy, Aria is the kind of girl who likes to see the world, explore it, and be the beautiful free spirit that she is. She likes to volunteer, she enjoys some digital photography on the side, and she’s overall just the kind of fun lady that can make an erotic massage that much more enjoyable. If you love erotic massage, Aria is the young woman to turn to for your erotic massage. New York’s finest erotic massage parlor is yours to enjoy when you visit AllAmericanNuru.com.

Aria

Age 24
Height 5’5″
Hair Brunette
Ethnicity Latina
Orientation Bi-Sexual

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“I will admit it,” she says. “I really enjoy electronics and other gadgets and stuff. Some people are into cooking, some people are into painting… I’m into the latest gadgets and electronics. I like phones, I like tablets. I even like watches, although I don’t wear one. I like the intricacy of the mechanisms. One of the reasons that gadgetry appeals to me so much, I guess, is because every individual thing that human beings make with their hands, all the incredible things we are capable of creating, and maintaining, and fixing when they break… all of these things show what humanity is capable of doing. It shows that we’re a good group of people when you really look at us. We are all walking around in this world where everything is so advanced it might as well be the future. All of the dreams we had as people thirty years ago… we’ve built all that and more in the course of more than my short lifetime. It’s amazing. It’s utterly amazing, and that’s why I like to play with gadgets so much.”

Aria also understands the practical side of advanced technology. “I like being able to make various parts of my life automated. I like being able to add those electronics to how I live my life. We can all relate to the desire to make our lives easier, to do more with less, to do more in less time. Automation allows us to do that. If we as human beings are ever to be freed from the drudgery of daily life, it is technology that is going to do that for us. Like, right now, if you want to wash your clothes, it’s quick and easy. It takes an hour or two to wash and dry a load of clothes in a modern washing machine. Before, it took hours and hours of painful work to go down to a stream and, I don’t know, beat your clothes against a rock or something. Modern technology makes it much more easy for us to accomplish things like that, and in less time. I think that’s pretty awesome. And I think it represents how we’re all going to be living our lives in the future. The older we get, the more things are going to be come easy and convenient. It’s just that simple.”

Aria brightens up considerably when it comes to one of her favorite topics, which is photography. She is what you might call a skilled and experienced amateur. “My photographs make me happy,” she says. “I know that there are people who don’t consider the art of digital photography really artwork. They get down on the topic. A person who sketches with pencils or something like that, or a person who paints, they can create true works of art, but there are people who think photographs aren’t artwork because they are done with technology. If you think about it, though, you can’t just point a camera or a phone at something and expect a good photo. Yes, with modern filters, you can really maximize what you’re looking at… but you still have to have an interesting subject. You need to have the right composition. In other words, you need to have a good eye for what you’re trying to do. More people are taking more pictures than ever before now. I think that’s pretty wonderful, and I also think we should be looking at what they are producing as real, legitimate art. That’s pretty special, I think. More people should respect that. And we should all be out there taking pictures, seeing our world, and showing each other our interpretations of what we’re seeing.”

Aria is also a very firm believer in the power of positive thinking. “We need to take more time to really exult in who we are as human beings,” she says. “Not just as individuals, but as a species. There is a lot of bad news out there. Every time you look at the news, you’re hearing about how bad it is out there. But is it really that bad out there? We’re doing more every day to advance every field of science. We’re finding new treatments for diseases. We’re finding new ways to create things, like three-dimensional printing for prosthetics. We’re finding new ways to grow food. As bad as the news always seems to be, buried underneath the headlines is always a steady stream of great news that shows we’re actually making great strides as human beings. So why don’t we celebrate that more? Why don’t we actually let ourselves feel good about what we’ve done? It’s almost like we don’t want to let ourselves feel good. We want to feel negative because our minds can’t accept that things can be great sometimes. I think every morning when I get up that it’s going to be a great day. You need that kind of positivity.”

“When you acknowledge being positive,” she concludes, “you’re finally embracing your potential as a human being. This gives you the chance to do some of the greatest things you’ve ever tried to accomplish in life. Do you want to live your whole life wondering why you didn’t try? I’d rather try and fail. That’s why I embraced the lifestyle of being an erotic massage artist. It’s why I believe so strongly in the power of erotic massage. New York, look out, because I’m taking you by storm.”

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