We will see the Real Freja, and the real her doesn't have to hide what she is, androgynous.
Though, I ask you this: Is it better to be famous for one thing to the point where it becomes a handicap, even though you owe your longevity to it? These editorials are always so gorgeous to me because they show the pureness and rawness of the human form without pretense or judgment; just the body in all it's unabashed, natural glory.
I just think this could be more fuel for the fangirl fire in a bad way, but I know I'm speaking too soon because we haven't even seen the final product yet.
We can assure you that nobody has more variety of porn content than we do.
She did an audio interview with James Kaliardos for V Magazine in 2006 and she was very open.
First of all, I like reading your thoughts, because you're objective and the different points of views are always interesting.
Concerning Freja's androgyny once again used for an ed, I'm very divided.