My name is Rene. I am 22 year old with a hot body. Imagine a tall busty woman with enchanting legs and curves to match. I adore men, and they cherish me, and I am not hesitant to show that, I am exceptionally spontaneous. I always have a longing to satisfy the man I am with, to keep him every happy and longing for more. I am exceptionally passionate and sentimental and there is an exotically feminine side to me which makes me irresistible. My fun loving nature, easygoing attitude and ladylike sensibilities are some of my incredible qualities that most people appreciate.
Rene is providential and she is perfect. Just give us a call and you will see what we mean. She is from France, but has made her home here and there is no way that she will ever go back. She has fully encompassed all that is New York and at the same time, she has kept the best that is French.
She can be seen when she is not working making her way down Wall Street. She just loves the attention and she may be the reason that the stock market falls one day. No one will know because they will all be in the streets watching her walk by.
“Most men don’t understand just how much potential they have,” explains Rene. “I think that a lot of men have decided they aren’t leaders, or they aren’t aggressive, or they aren’t warriors at heart. But that’s only because some men get the opposite of encouragement through the years. They’re told unflattering things and they believe them. They’re told that it’s other guys’ jobs to be the warriors, so they just kind of hang back. But when a man gets the encouragement he has always needed, when a woman is nice to him, when he is finally told how great he can be, I think then he comes into his own. That’s why that saying exists, that behind every great man there’s a great woman. It isn’t that a man can’t be great without a woman. It’s that a woman encouraging a man really brings out the best in him.”
“That’s why I think it’s such a shame,” Rene goes on, “that so many women think the role of a woman is to be critical of her man. I see this all the time in commercials, in television shows, in movies. Men are constantly the butt of all the jokes. They get picked on all the time. The man has an idea and the woman’s job is to complain. And on top of everything, they put up with all this grief, and then men are told they’re the problem. They’re somehow oppressing everybody around them just by being who they are. I think that’s a real shame. If more people understood that all you have to do to get what you want from a man is to be nice to him, there would be an epidemic of wives and girlfriends treating their husbands and boyfriends well… and they’d all be happier!”