“Expose yourself to your deepest fear; after that, fear has no power, and the fear of freedom shrinks and vanishes. You are free.” ― Jim Morrison
"So, I am following your work almost year now. Your work always makes my head full of thoughts. I have this feeling - the more of you I see, the more of your random thoughts I read, the less I really understand you. I probably would be very wrong if tried to imagine your life outside these videos. How looks Missy when she isn't being filmed? - RQR. Latvia
"This very powerful and crazy stuff. I hope it is therapeutic to write this all down. I need a scotch and a smoke after reading your writing" - Kevin. Utah
"How I perceive the Missy 'brand'
1. Missy encourages/desires voyeurism. In contrast porn actresses are paid and otherwise would not.
2. Missy is directly accessible to the general public. Comparable to Jasmin (personalization/interaction)
3. Voyeurism of the audience is indirectly helping Missy along her road of self-discovery.
4. Spectating the project is helping to shift social sexual paradigms.
5. Human frailty and vulnerability are part of a whole being. (looking past her skin)
There are positive and negative aspects to that
-It’s a grand stage for Missy’s exhibitionism
-It satisfies your need for a creative outlet
-Your audience is consuming the product “broken girl”. That’s fucked up.
-It compounds already intense psychological issues.
-It adds to stressors which trigger God knows what
-Potential addiction to the Missy drug"
David. Los Angeles
"Why am I so concerned for you? Why do I feel I should do "something"? I'm more than fully aware that I'm not like you, have few if any answers that mean something to you, much less have ever asked the questions you wrestle with. Why is this the first (and possibly last) episode where you say the words, "I love you"? - Michael. Canada
“You wanna fly, you got to give up the shit that weighs you down.” ― Toni Morrison, Song of Solomon
"Your stories are the stories of everyone's fantasies. But I don't agree that you are doomed to be slave to your memories because you have the mental agility to survive and to create what you want to be the truth. Your art does resonate with me and my demons" -John. USA
“Now that she had nothing to lose, she was free.” ― Paulo Coelho, Eleven Minutes
"Really , I have to tell you I watched your films and was so completely blown away by the whole thing. To place it as porn is completely incorrect it is closer to a mutation of art and sensuality and erotica smashing together like three different paint colours. So many women don't watch porn because it is distorted and what you show is that it can be artistic and balanced.
Thank you so much for sharing and hope to see more of your work in the future" - Brad. Sydney
"These words - no warranty is expressed or implied. I am compelled to write, however I do not verify that they have not been said before by anyone else. I don't care if someone else has used the same words or phrasing. It is to their delight or woe that they may have been inspired to write the same. As a design engineer I live in a bit of a literary vacuum. If it's not a technical manual or medical journal - it's your writing. Inherently I despise language that obfuscates meaning for when the message is so important why obscure it for the sake of sounding clever. Your underlying sentiments are true and clear. You are valuable. If the words I write ever contradict these sentiments then they fail to faithfully represent their intention" -DM. USA
Love. A poem. For External Use Only
Is there such a thing?
Is it possible to not internalize
Dream on homey
Rooster gonna roost
And the Cock gonna Crow
For Gideon has got a mouth
In the world of words
Even the Blind Mans' got a slim chance
"I think you are Love" - Skip. USA
What I couldn't say
I rolled up in a note
Threw it to the monkey
And the monkey said
I got me a line
And it goes like this......
“The most important kind of freedom is to be what you really are. You trade in your reality for a role. You trade in your sense for an act. You give up your ability to feel, and in exchange, put on a mask. There can't be any large-scale revolution until there's a personal revolution, on an individual level. It's got to happen inside first.”
― Jim Morrison