young Jacky Mensch

Jacky Mensch
25 years old
Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, US

About me
Hey everyone!!!
I just wanted to start off by saying that I am really excited about being on this site, and hope to meet many new models and photographers!!

I would like to start off by telling you a little about myself. I have been modeling for four and a half years and I have found that it is my passion. I love being in front of the camera. I also am currently going to school as well!

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I'm looking for talented photographers who want to produce beautiful pictures!

Im really fun to work with and I always come well prepared, on time, and open to new ideas.

I am a spokesmodel for phillyfriction but I'm always looking to get more exposure and am open to local papers, promo work, magazines, and billboards.

**I am looking to add to my portfolio
**willing to travel IF PAID WORK
**Will consider TFP (ONLY if the work takes my breath away!)
**always want copies of photos ASAP
**mostly looking for paid work
**NOT interested in photographers who ask me to pay them

Rosa Blasi

Rosa Blasi

Sensual! That is the word I have been searching for. "Sexy" sounds too comical, too much like a blonde, blue-eyed bimbo in a teenybopper T&A movie. "Cute" would be a good word for the next-door neighbor's newborn baby. "Pretty," would describe a mare running through a prairie. To describe the former star of Lifetime's Strong Medicine, Rosa Blasi, I need to find strong words like sensual, luscious, voluptuous, or maybe something like unapologetic, bold femininity, or possibly, curvaceous, contentious, and charismatic.

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You have sex appeal. Many women are pretty, but you have sex appeal. Where does it come from?
Rosa Blasi: You are born with it, or not. I remember being eight years old and hiking up my swimsuit to make my legs look longer. I hoped that it would attract the lifeguard, who must have been...sixteen. In my brain, you know, I thought I had a shot. (she laughs)

Wow, you have been working a long time?
Rosa Blasi: I remember being really little, and before I knew I wanted be an actress, I remember seeing the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders on The Love Boat. And I remember thinking they are all so beautiful, and sexy. I remember thinking I wanted to look like that when I grew up. It wasn't until a little bit after that I realized that I could actually be on a TV show, rather than just be a cheerleader with a guest appearance. It was then I realized I wanted to be an actress. Part of it was the allure. I just saw it as something glamorous that I aspired to be like, or look like.

Well, you certainly are beautiful, but like I said, where does that other quality come from? At a photo shoot, you are flirtatious, in control, but respectfully so. I have looked at the photos and you have an edge that many others don't.
Rosa Blasi: It's within you, or it's not. I think there are women far more beautiful than myself... that are not sexy. And I think there are women that may not be stereotypically attractive that do exude a sex appeal. It is like trying to have charisma. You either have it or you don''s not about who is the best looking. It is about that certain something that you can't put your finger on, but people are attracted to it.

I imagine that men are putty in your hands. Is that true?
Rosa Blasi: I am not interested in a man that is putty in my hands. Why not? Oh God no, who wants that? I mean, would you want a girl that is like, "Oh my God, you are so good looking. You are so great. You are the greatest thing since sliced bread. I can't wait to go out with you again." Ultimately people—women—want an element of challenge. Who wants to be with someone who is putty in their hand? Who wants that? I'll get a lap dog. Who wants that?

So you would like a man who is more in control, who...
Rosa Blasi: You want somebody who is on your level, who is your equal. Or if not your equal, then darn close. To be complimented, to be admired, or to be adored by your boyfriend, it is wonderful, it is lovely, but to say putty in my hands...I don't want to have all of the control. That's not sexy to me. That is when a man becomes unattractive. You know, when he hands me his scrotum and says, 'Here, take my balls and put them in your purse.' That is not sexy to me.

Do you think men feel the same way, or do we like lap dogs?
Rosa Blasi: For men it is the same. If you have your choice between two girls, say you start dating two girls at the same time, and you like them both about the same. And one of them returns your phone call when it is convenient for her, and likes to see you, and is interested in seeing you, but is not foaming at the mouth. And the other one calls you three times a day and, you know, twice after the date just to tell you what a good time she had. And she asks you when can you go out again and tells you that you are the cutest guy she has ever been out with. Honestly, you are innately going to be attracted to the girl who is a little bit cooler. You might think there is something wrong with somebody who is so over the top.

Does Hollywood equal sexism? Do your looks get you through doors that otherwise you wouldn't get through even if you were the most talented actress in all of Los Angeles?
Rosa Blasi: Absolutely. At the end of the day, this is a business that is based somewhat on how you look, and anyone who tells you differently is lying. Because if it were about who is the most talented, they would be recruiting people from the graduating classes of [the top acting schools] and the graduating classes of NYU, and they would just cast everybody on TV and film based on those graduating classes. They would find a new crop of talent every year from the best schools in the country, but that is not the way it works. Unfortunately—and fortunately—there is a market for the way people look. I am lucky I look a certain way...but listen, if I had continued to play those trophy girl parts that I was playing—I was making quite a career playing those, you know, the pretty girlfriend, the trophy girl, the sexy girl who walks in and does this—nobody wants to see you do that once you are 30 or 35. So if I wanted to sustain a career, eventually I had to get past that. Talent sustains a career, because, think about it, every year there is going to be a new crop of 19-year-olds who are a lot hotter than I am. If you want any kind of longevity