Are you looking to make a real connection and unsure who to choose when looking at the sea of faces? I understand that journey, and I’m here to change the way you look at that decision.
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Before I put my makeup on in the morning, I have to take a deep breath and decide to come out of my shell. We all have a unique journey. It’s part of the human experience, and finding a person to share your unique journey with can be daunting; I’m going to take a different approach than you might have in your mind as you browse, unsure, through the mosaic of women striking mannequin poses in their underwear.
A Brazilian native and world traveler at a young age, I’ve seen so much. Making real human connections takes vulnerability, honesty, and someone prepared to listen. It’s hard to look at a sea of photographs and choose a pair of eyes with that special something behind them, that spark that you feel you can connect to.
It feels like a gamble when what you really need to know is that you’ve found the right person so you can switch the focus to what’s been missing in your life. I know that all too well.
Are you lonely?
Has it been a long time since you’ve felt a caring touch or the intensity of a first date with chemistry that leaves you daydreaming?
Do the memories of another person’s genuine enthusiasm and want haunt you and make you long for things you feel are out of reach?
Human connection, real human connection, is a need more primal than many of us want to give words to, and it takes trust. I’m willing to earn that trust and find out what made the journey that brought you to the first time you saw my smile so unique and what made you want to visit in the first place. It matters. You matter.
So many beautiful women flock here, but you probably know all too well that sometimes being a pretty face can keep a person from investing in the growth and challenge that makes them worth spending time with. Being ‘attractive’ can offer too many shortcuts in today’s world, making personal growth a questionable topic.
In my travels around the world, I’ve seen amazing things, seen things that break my heart, and learned more about myself than I ever thought possible. I stopped being nothing more than a pretty face a long time ago. I’d love to tell you about it over dinner. Did you know that we don’t have to stay here? That we can design our own adventure?
I want to hear about your passions and explore the parts of you that feel like they’ve been neglected or feel like they’re missing from the waking world. I want you to find exactly what you’re looking for, but you’ll need to trust me to share it and trust me to help you find it!
When I’m truly comfortable with another human being because I can feel their respect and their honesty, I open up. I can be incredibly direct and intense. I can be the person who lets you abandon control and take the reins, so you don’t have to, or I can be the whisper you’ve been desperate to hear in your ear. It takes trusting yourself, trusting me, and being willing to share.
I take the responsibility of knowing that our time together will be indelibly etched in your memory for years to come, and I want that memory to be perfect.
Discovering the depth of a human connection takes time, and I’m willing to invest that time if you are. In all my world travels, I’ve found that waking up in the arms of someone that lets you be yourself and is genuine in return is a loftier destination than the peaks of the Andes or the sea of stars under the right night sky and the journey can be twice as worthwhile.
Do you have physical challenges? Do your joints ache? Does something feel like it doesn’t work the way it used to, and it makes you feel intimidated about connecting? I won’t care. Connection isn’t about that, and in my journey of self-exploration, the study of the intimate workings of the human body, and my willingness to face challenges head-on, you may find I have answers to the questions you’re afraid to ask!
Let yourself get lost in a kiss again. It’s time.
I’ve learned that kindness and compassion are in short supply. I have four rescue dogs who brighten my day with a smile every morning, and my travels around the world have given me tastes of incredible food, let me take in breathtaking sights, and taught me so much about who I am.
I used to be afraid to explore a woman’s body, despite my attraction and curiosity, and now that I’ve come full circle, I can say with absolute fidelity that I understand what makes that process feel a little overwhelming.
On my travels, I’ve been lucky enough to have been pulled into a bedroom by more than one woman or even a couple whose eyes met mine across a room. I’ve learned that communication but also self-exploration can be the most honest and also the most frustrating journey you can take not only as an individual but also as a couple. If you’re looking for someone who will take what makes your relationship with yourself or your partner so special seriously, you’ve just found the right person. Your boundaries are my boundaries.
I started out quite shy, so I know the agony of feeling invisible. I bring that experience to every new person I meet, so you can count on me understanding if you’re a little nervous. It’s part of being human. Being patient and kind to yourself and keeping good company who does the same is always the best way to move past it.
I’d love to know what we have in common.
The journey of a thousand leagues starts with a single step. Take yours. Please email me and share what you’re passionate about! I bet we have more in common than you think.