Marion Amélineau

instinctual.  They have sexual ornamentations.  The peacock flares its iridescent feathers to the peahen.  The kakapo has a complex mating call.  The bowerbird is an avian architect that builds a nest.  The bull elk and deer have impressively large antlers.  These sexual ornamentations trigger throbbing uncontrollable sexual aggressive passions in the female species.  That said.  What is the human male’s sexual ornament? 

Marion:  Men look to impress women too much.  For me, the most beautiful ornament is just being natural.  I love the self-deprecating humour and laugh.

 

Andrew:  Geoffrey Miller, author of “The Mating Mind” said that man’s sexual ornament is his MIND!  [Please feel free to change your previous answer!]

Marion:  Men show a great sense of reflection and analysis for a successful quest. But I think that only by being themselves they can really thrive in a relationship.

 

Andrew:  Forget about nicotiana, cocaine, crystal meth and heroine Marion, because they have absolutely nothing on the most addictive chemical in the world: emotions!  The things I’ve personally seen a woman do when she is on a naturally high from her potent, intoxicating emotions are unbelievable!  What the vast majority of women say they like in a man, while they are thinking rationally, is usually always the exact opposite of what they RESPOND to emotionally, as sober reason and intoxicating emotions are on the opposite ends of the spectrum of attraction.  True or false Marion?

Marion:  I think our emotions guide our choices, but they also guide our thoughts so they allow us to say what we think.  We choose what we can say or not in a certain context.  We must let our emotions guide us.

 

Andrew:  I’m going to say a few words and tell me what immediately comes to your mind.

Dreams.

Marion:  Dreams allow us to move forward.

 

Andrew:  Change.

Marion:  Change is scary, but it allows us to shake our daily life and discover new things.

 

Andrew:  Fame and Fortune.

Marion:  Fame and fortune are what many people are looking for, and they find that it induces a social success.  I personally do not think that it makes people happier.

 

Andrew:  The Journey.

Marion:  A picnic lunch with my family.

 

Andrew:  Success.

Marion:  The success follows a long work.

 

Andrew:  Bitch.

Marion:  In France it is an insult.

 

Andrew:  The Destination.

Marion:  Looking out the window I think of a sunny country.

 

Andrew:  What is your favorite word?

Marion:  Love.

 

Andrew:  What is your least favorite word?

Marion:  Sacrifice.

 

Andrew:  What is your favorite word to curse with when you’re upset?

Marion:  Zut (a French term).

 

Andrew:  What is your favorite part of the human anatomy?

Marion:  The eyes because they are the reflection of the heart.

 

Andrew:  William Faulkner is quoted as saying “The aim of every artist is to arrest motion, which is life, by artificial means and hold it fixed so that a hundred years later, when a stranger looks at it, it moves again since it is life”.  When your work moves again through the eyes of people a hundred years from now, what will they say?

Marion:  I do not know because everyone has their interpretation of what I do.  I cannot force people to support my choices.  I'm just trying to convey a particular emotion.

 

Andrew:  For all of my readers who will become instant fans of yours, and the photographers, make-up artists, and corporations who will want to work with you, tell them where they can get more information about you?

Marion:  Do not hesitate to contact me via facebook.  I try to answer all the requests that I have.  You can also send me messages via Rogue.

 

Andrew:  What are some current modeling projects that you’re working on and the upcoming events that you are apart of that you want to talk about?

Marion:  Currently I still have photo projects and advertising projects, but I also try to reconcile that with another professional activity.  I graduated in November with a Master’s Degree in management and company strategy.  I specialized in communication and marketing as well as event management projects.  So I try to reconcile my two professional goals.  I would like to extend my international work so I'll see what the future reserves for me.

 

Andrew:  Thank you Marion for doing this interview!  I hope you enjoyed your experience with Rogue Magazine.  I wish you all of the very best in the future as you continue to pursue your promising career as a model!  I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know you a lot better Marion and I would love to have you back anytime in the future to update our readers on your latest accomplishments and accolades!

Marion:  Thanks for giving me your time!  I wish the best to Rogue Magazine and all its readers!  Kiss from France!

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