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Meet Rachel Gunn – Sexy Skin Siren April 2010
Weight: 104 lbs
Measurements: 34-26-34 (DDD)
Nationality: I’m American but have polish, Russian, and Lithuanian roots
Turn-ons: Bad boys
Turn-offs: Pigs, perverts, or guys who are just uncouth
Special skills: I can jog forever, write poetry and prose, actually won 1st prize in a poetry contest and have a book published “Over on the East Side” by chipmunka publishing
Occupation: legal secretary
Where did you grow up?
I grew up in Chicago, Illinois. I love that town. It’s my favorite town because it is so beautiful and there is a certain energy about it that you don’t feel anywhere else.
How’d you get into modeling?
I actually got into modeling later in life (age 31). Out of curiosity I put my picture on a modeling website. I had lots of photographers contact me so I started there and everything sort of bloomed from there.
So what have you learned NOT to do since you’ve been in the biz?
I have learned not to believe people that promise you the stars and especially photographers who use their art to try to form relationships with the models. They want to use you as their muse and have endless conversations with you and are very unprofessional. I used to think I had to talk to them. Now I know better. I also will not shoot with a photographer whose pictures aren’t of good quality. That reflects me badly.
Where do you want to go with your modeling?
Well, being published in Hustler Magazine was awesome for me. I’d like to be published in more national magazines, local magazine, print, website, possibly branch out into acting or even a reality TV. show.
If you could have any job in the world other than modeling what would it be?
It’d be a job where I can help others, either working at a homeless shelter or with people with disabilities. I majored in developmental disabilities my 1st year of college and unfortunately changed direction. To have a job where I can help others and give of myself-that is a dream.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
Well, hopefully I will have achieved some level of fame and of course I pray my daughters are happy and healthy. They’ll be all grown up.
Do you have a website?
Yes, you can visit me at www.rachelgunn.com
Are you a good dancer?
No, I am very clumsy and have no rhythm. It’s almost scary to watch.
Would you ever spice things up by dancing for your man?
Yes, I often have done that for my man but I believe it is best when it is kept private between 2 people. It makes it special.
What’s the wildest thing you’ve ever done?
I’m pretty tame now in my life. When I was a teenager I was wild though. I hung out with sailors on navy bases and partied non stop. I collected dog tags. I got all my partying out of my system though early in life. I just love spending time with my kids and husband now.
So, does looks mean a lot to you when you’re looking at the opposite sex?
Of course one has to be physically attracted to someone but looks is not everything. Everyone has different ideas and perceptions of what is cute. Personality is alot as well as a sense of humor. If someone is stereotypically beautiful but can’t carry on a conversation or is boring they are empty to me.
What type of man do you like?
I’ve always liked the bad boy type. You know, cocky, tattoos, anyone that looks like Kevin Federline. I really don’t like clean cut. I’ve joked that if they look like they just came out of the woods they are for me. They have to be a good man though.
Are you the romantic laid back type or are you a wild child?
Definitely romantic and laid back.
bad boys, cocky
When a guy acts like a pig or talks about his past. leave the past in the past.
So I hear you’re a big music lover. What do you like to listen to?
I really like a lot of the old school stuff, Michael Jackson, bob Seeger, snoop dog. I just basically love a lot of variety. I love techno and dance music.
What’s in your CD player now?
What did you listen to growing up?
I loved Michael Jackson and Madonna. I remember wearing bangles up to my elbow because of Madonna and dancing to Michael Jackson and Madonna.
Is there anything that really pisses you off?
What pisses me off the most is when men are around me and they think they are in a men’s locker room and can talk about women any way they want. Just because I have big boobs and nude model does not mean that I am cool with women being disrespected. Modeling is my art and it is very hard for some people to understand that. I love it when a man respects a woman.
What makes you the most happy?
Definitely spending time with my children and husband and shopping. I love shopping. Also, doing a really creative modeling shoot. I love coming up with new and unique ideas for shoots.
What do you do for fun when you’re not modeling?
Spend time with my kids and husband, shop,
Okay we’re almost done. We’ll call this the lightning round. Are you a designer label type of girl?
no, Iâ€™m not
Wal-Mart or Macy’s?
Thong or Granny Panties?
Always thong panties.
Sex or Shopping?
Ok, this is a hard one because I love both but I’d definitely have to say sex.
Were you always confident in your skin?
No, actually I wasn’t. I have Ugly Duckling Syndrome which is when a person grows up all their life unattractive but then later in life blossoms into what society considers “beautiful”. I had to develop a good heart and soul because I didn’t have looks. Unlike someone who is naturally pretty or handsome their self esteem is usually pretty low. I didn’t grow up pretty. I wasn’t popular. I wasn’t part of the in-crowd, homecoming queen, class president, or a cheerleader. I was overweight, had acne, wore glasses, had crooked teeth. The boys and girls teased me. No boys liked me. Boys yelled out of their car “Jenny Craigâ€™s that way!”. My own best friends called me thunder thighs and ugly and told me no boys would ever like me. I hated myself, despised myself, was awkward in my own skin. I never stood up for myself. I punished myself for not being pretty or popular and wondered what magical qualities the popular people possessed. As I grew older I grew into my own skin. The acne vanished, I lost weight, got contacts, my teeth grew together, I got boobs. It was then that people finally started to notice me and want to get to know me. I wasn’t good enough before for people to get to know me but now I was stereotypically “beautiful” and therefore others thought I was finally worth getting to know. I’ll always be humble. It’s good to be confident but I can’t stand when people think they are all that.
What would people you don’t know say about you?
Well, unfortunately people do judge by appearance sometimes and they might think I’m just some bimbo with big boobs or that I’m shallow or dumb.
What would your friends say about you?
That I have a big heart and am not just a bimbo. That I am very sensitive and go out of my way not to hurt other people’s feelings.
How did you get into nude modeling?
I wasn’t comfortable with my body and I wanted to have a healthy attitude towards nudity and the body. I believe nudity can be presented in a healthy way and not dirty and this was what I was wanting to explore. Nudity can actually feel quite liberating and freeing but I always try to present myself with class.
What’s the craziest thing that happened to you this year?
I’d have to say it was when my husband’s ex wife punched me in the face twice. We were picking up my husband’s daughter and she decided to come out to our car screaming. Well, she looked over at me and called me some names. I called her some names back and she sucker punched me while I was sitting in the passenger seat. I got out of the car with a quickness and tried to fight her successfully pushing her down into the snow but she punched me again and my husband had to break us up. I wound up pressing charges and she went to jail for the night. I had a horrible black eye for 3 weeks. I might not be the greatest at fighting but I was proud that I didn’t cry once. She was not going to get to me. I am a strong woman no matter how many punches I take.
Have you had to overcome any obstacles in life?
Yes, I’ve lost houses and cars, not known where my next meal is coming from, been put down, been emotionally abused and physically abused by several men but I’ve used these downfalls and setbacks in life to lift me higher and to build myself up. You have to think of these setbacks or negative people in your life as weights and you are exercising your strength. It will only make you stronger.
What was one of the more interesting shoots you’ve been on?
I’d have to say it was when I body painted as a cougar for the cover of a local magazine. It took 6 hours to body paint me and then I mentally had to imagine myself as an animal, a cougar. It was hard at first but as I progressed it became really fun.
Where do you reside now?
St. Louis, Missouri
All my websites and links:
Model Mayhem: http://www.modelmayhem.com/rachelgunn, , #147505
Photographers I have shot with:
David Fish from Springfield, Missouri
Ken Mierzwa from California
Aloha (Bewitched Studios)
Ron Barlow from Ron Barlow Productions
Erich Drazen or EDP Images
Scott Harrison from Chicago
Seth Garcia from Jefferson City, Missouri
Brian from Eyeworks Studio and Joplin, Missouri
Wedding Photographer Sal Cincotta
Riverfront Times Staff Photographer Jennifer Silverberg
Art Miller from Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Makeup and hair done by Oxana Miller
Riverfront Times Magazine Cover Model for July 16th-23rd, 2008
HUSTLER MAGAZINE, April 2010 issue, 3 page MILF MANIA feature ** on news stands now**
2007 Maxim Hometown Hotties Contestant
Miss My Space USA for the month of September
Winner of the Motion Picture Model Search
Sexy Skin Magazine April 2010 Siren
March 2007 Unrated Rock Vixen for Unrated Rock Magazine
Pure Cash Candy for www.purecashmagazine.com – March 2010
Cosmic Cutie for the Cosmic Tribune
Toy Box Fox of the Week for the band Toy Box Heroes
Babe of the Week for BNRX.FM
April Ride Free Girl on www.Ridefreeus.com
Model of the Month at www.chasing74.com
Horror/Scream Queen for the website Hack/Slash/Dead
4 of my images displayed in the OMP Image Showcase Gallery
1st Place Winner for Poetry Contest featured on www.tnjpoetry.com
Author of â€śOver on the East Sideâ€ť
Published by Chipmunka Publishing