Model Spotlight of the Month
Haphazard Kittie is a model from Latvia, with an array of experience across a variety of genres – from art nude, fashion, body-painting – to fetish, alternative, conceptual shoots, as well as acting. She's traveled and worked all over Europe, starting out in London, and now resides back in her home country. A natural chameleon of colour and character, she is adaptable, dedicated and professional.
A cool chat with Kittie...
When and how did you decide to deal with modeling?
K: I started modeling in 2011, mostly because I applied for auditions at a few strip clubs and never heard back... I asked my model friend Alison Wonderland for advice on where to start, signed up on a few websites, and suddenly had loads of offers. Still want to strip at some point, might learn pole-dancing first though.
Has being hot & sexy cost you any “job” along the way and why?
K: I’ve always had other, unrelated jobs, and they have never really clashed with modeling, apart from not tolerating crazy haircolours, but that’s more self-expression, not sexiness as such.
Have you or would you be interested in adult industry at any point?
K: I’ve considered camgirling. Making erotic films might also on the cards, with me on the opposite side of the camera however.
Why do you think that a naked female body is regarded as “shameful” or “inappropriate” even today? (… still shocks people…)
K: I really don’t understand this, as nudity to me is the most natural state, and I’m really comfortable with my own body. I guess it’s about control, patriarchy, etc.
Why are men “afraid” of the sexy and hot females the most?
K: I’m not sure if it’s the sexy they’re afraid of, but it could be the confidence to behave in a certain way that seems threatening, because she’s not submissive, but instead aware of the effect of her body and looks.
What’s the sexiest part on you?
K: I quite like my breasts and butt.
What’s your erotic fetish?
Which was the smartest and dullest pick-up line a guy has used to approach you?
K: I don’t really recall any smart pick-up lines, but it pisses me off the most when guys offer to “join in” or want to watch when I’m kissing my girlfriend. Fuck off!!!
What’s your favorite music kind and why?
K: Post-rock. Because of none or unimportant lyrics, and the cosmic epicness of melodies.