Adorable Aura enjoys watching professional wrestling and is turned on by seeing men in such great shape pretending to fight each other (and she knows that’s a controversial statement). She stays in shape by swimming and running. She likes to collect art prints.
“Okay, look, I know there are people who will hate me for saying that professional wrestling is fake,” Aura admits. “But seriously, I saw this whole documentary on it. I’m not saying the guys who do pro wrestling aren’t incredible athletes or very skilled at what they do. I mean, come on, just look at them. These are amazing specimens, these men. But there’s just no way professional wrestling is real, and lots of people have come forward to claim that it’s not. The documentary I watched explained how the mat is spring loaded to accept the weight of the guys hitting it, and there’s a microphone under there to make the sound of the wrestlers hitting the canvas sound louder than it is. The corners are padded and called ‘ring pillows’ by the wrestlers. They don’t choreograph their routines because it would be impossible to remember all that, but it’s definitely true that one wrestler knows he’s supposed to win and the other knows he’s supposed to lose. The rest is an improvised performance where they ‘sell’ the techniques. If you look closely when the camera is up close, you’ll see that the two wrestlers are always talking to each other. That’s because they’re telling each other what techniques they’re going to do, so the other guy knows how to react and go with the technique. The rest is all the two or more guys just kind of hamming it up so that the fight is more energetic and believable. It’s an incredible feat of athleticism, and these guys do get hurt bad doing what are essentially improvised stunts for people to watch, live and without many safety measures. When one guy hits the other guy with a chair, he’s really hitting him, although he’s hitting him on the strongest part of his back with a relatively light object, and the other wrestler knows to go with the hit. It’s still painful, though. There’s no doubt that it’s a hard way to make a living, and these are guys in marvelous physical shape who push themselves really hard. I just think you have to recognize that it’s a performance. To me, that doesn’t diminish what they are doing. It makes it much more incredible. These are guys who are hurting themselves and risking their health, all while forging their bodies through working out, and they’re actively entertaining the crowd to boot. I think that’s pretty cool.”
Aura goes on to explain what she likes about watching these “incredible athletes” pretend to fight on television. “I’m going to be just as honest,” she says, “and tell you that I really, really like watching these enormous, musclebound men pretending to fight. It’s really sexy to see men going at each other. But unlike with mixed martial arts or boxing, you don’t really have to worry as much about these guys getting hurt. They’re very attractive men. There’s a reason some of them go on to be action movie stars, like Dwayne Johnson, who is an incredibly good looking man. I enjoy seeing these matches and thinking about what it would be like to be with someone like that, even for a little while. How powerful they must seem, and how helpless a petite woman must feel when a man like that has her. But I like all types of men. Please don’t think my ‘type’ is the enormous pro-wrestling type. In my personal life I actually date pretty normal, even average guys. I like a guy who is just ordinary. To me, it’s more fun to date someone like that, because somebody like that can always surprise you. A huge guy, he’s fairly predictable along certain lines. An average guy, by contrast, is what they call an ‘everyman.’ He is anybody and anything, at any time. He can always surprise you, say something you don’t expect, suggest something you don’t expect, or do something you don’t expect. I like that unpredictability. I like knowing, every day, that I don’t actually know what’s going to happen. Variety is so important when you’re in a relationship.”
Aura adds, “Wrestlers are performers, but what an escort does isn’t a performance. We aren’t pretending to have a good time. We really are just having fun. I really enjoy getting to meet different people who book time with me through Babe-Directory. It’s because every day of my life is one long party. I wake up and get my schedule of bookings, and I know that with each booking, there’s no limit to the fun I could be having that day. What we do, and where we go, is based on what the client wants, and there are so many fun places we could end up before the day is over. I could be going out for dinner and dancing that day, I could be attending a business convention or a reunion, I could be going to a party or keeping someone company while they relax. There is just limitless potential. I don’t know what I would do if I had one of those routine jobs, where you can reasonably expect to predict what is going to happen, and every day is just like every other day. I think I would go crazy with boredom in that kind of setting. Fortunately, thanks to the job that I have, I never, ever have to worry about that. I’m free from the grind, from the routine, thanks to Babe-Directory. And because I really enjoy my job, I can focus on helping you to really enjoy the time you have booked. I can make you the first priority and help you to build happy memories that will stick with you for a good long time to come.”